2022 Bond for QCUSD

Queen Creek Unified School District is one of the fastest-growing in Arizona. Enrollment has grown 80% from 2016–2021, and we expect to grow another 31% in the next five years.

The district is asking voters to consider a bond of 198 million dollars for projects over the next five years to help fund construction of new schools, expansions to existing schools, upgrades to facilities, security features, new buses, and other improvements to address the rapid growth of Queen Creek’s population.

Enrollment numbers

The Need

As the community grows, so do the number of families choosing QCUSD schools. Schools are not only used for those with students in the district, but also for community events such as sports league games, faith-based events, HOA meetings, scout meetings, Kiwanis clubs, vendor shows, dance recitals, and more.

QCUSD School Capacity chart for each school
QCUSD School Capacity Chart Description

The Plan

With bond approval, QCUSD will build two new elementary schools to relieve overcrowding in current schools. Expansions and renovations are also planned to upgrade facilities and complete current construction plans for newer schools. Additional buses, security upgrades, and upgrades to athletic facilities are also planned to prioritize students safety and enrichment.

Proposed Projects

Click on a school to see what’s planned for that site with bond approval. These proposed projects are subject to change based on need.

Please see our comprehensive plan for an overview of the bond projects.

Desert Mountain Elementary
Faith-Mathers Sossaman Elementary
Frances Brandon-Picket Elementary
Gateway Polytechnic Academy
Jack Barnes Elementary
Katherine Mecham Barney Elementary
Queen Creek Elementary
Schnepf Elementary
Silver Valley Elementary
Newell Barney Junior High
Queen Creek Junior High School
Queen Creek High
Eastmark High

Voter Information

Voting Dates

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Bond FAQ

How will this impact my property taxes?
Why do districts need local taxpayer support?
How do citizens know that QCUSD will spend the funds wisely and responsibly?
Does the availability of these bond funds have any effect on programs, services, and equipment for students?
Do public school districts impact home values?
Why doesn't QCUSD stop open enrollment to reduce crowding in schools?

Calculate Your Property Tax Estimate

For an estimate of your 2023 monthly property tax payment, visit the QCUSD Property Tax Calculator.

*This is an estimate based on information currently available through the Maricopa County Assessor's Office Website.