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Why Choose Eastmark High School?

Open in July 2019, and serving seventh through tenth grade students, Eastmark is the newest high school in the Queen Creek Unified School District in Queen Creek, Arizona.

A Comprehensive High School with Wall-To-Wall Career Path Academies

We are driven to become a model school both locally and nationally in terms of providing students with rigorous, relevant coursework that will assist them in acquiring the skills and knowledge to be successful in whatever post-secondary career path they may choose. We also have the unique honor to offer our students athletics, fine arts, and extracurricular activities. Providing students with the opportunities to develop skills in the classroom as well as on the field of competition will help them become well-rounded students and prepared for success in the future.

7th–10th Grades

Eastmark High is currently serving 400 students in the seventh through tenth grades with plans to add eleventh and twelfth grades as the current sophomore class progresses over the next two years. By starting with the lower grade levels, students will grow into upperclassmen along with the school, growing together, to create a more personalized environment and building relationships of trust and respect between students, parents, staff, and the community. As we add students, we will also expand our pathway programs for our students.

State-of-the-Art Technology

We utilize a blended learning model providing each student a laptop for use at school and at home. Our teaching staff will use the best instructional practice as well as new technology tools to help students achieve their highest potential. As a Google district, students have their own, unique email to collaborate with their teachers as well as other students in their classrooms. We are a state of of the art one-to-one school.

Collaborative Learning

Today’s employers demand the ability to collaborate. We have designed our school to ensure that our students have ample opportunities to develop the skill of working in collaborative settings. From the furniture in our learning spaces to the collaborative breakout rooms, we frequently require EHS students to work as a team.