Frequently Asked Questions
Here you will find answers to many of the most commonly asked questions about Queen Creek High School. Visit the Construction FAQ page on our district website to learn more about the status of our construction projects.
The board recognizes that each student’s mode of dress and grooming is a manifestation of personal style and individual preference. The board takes pride in the appearance of its students. Dress reflects personal integrity and implies attitudes toward self, school, and conduct. Therefore, we expect students to dress and groom neatly in apparel suitable for school activities. The board will not interfere with the right of students and their parents to make decisions regarding their appearance except when their choices affect the educational program of the school or the health and safety of others.
Clothing that is disruptive or that detracts from the educational process or is destructive to school property is inappropriate. Because the school environment is a workplace, acceptable clothing for school may be different from clothing that may be worn in other environments. State health standards require footwear to be worn at all times when on school campuses.
When in doubt, parents and students should select more conservative clothing. Students deemed inappropriate in their attire will be directed to the administration office to obtain acceptable clothing, and it may result in further disciplinary action. We will notify parents for repeat offenses.
Students who volunteer for extracurricular activities, such as athletics, band, chorus, et cetera, are subject to the standards of dress as defined by the sponsors of such activities.
School administrators will make the final decision regarding the appropriateness of any student’s appearance. Any apparel, which the administration determines to be unacceptable in light of community standards is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to clothing which offends or disrupts the educational process.
Students who violate the dress code policy are subject to the disciplinary code.
We consider the following items inappropriate for the school settings:
- Any attire such as, but not limited to: exposing chest, cleavage, abdomen, genital area, or buttocks.
- Any attire deemed to be gang related or affiliated with a negative group. This includes any altered clothing such as, but not limited to: bandannas, memory shirts, and headgear, including do-rags and hairnets.
- Any “in memory” attire
- Any attire that is deemed to be vulgar, profane, racially or sexually suggestive, or obscene, or promotes violence, threats, or intimidation. Any attire that presents a risk to the health, safety, or general welfare.
- Any attire that creates a threat, intimidation, or undue pressure.
- Jewelry that presents a safety hazard to self and/or others, this includes spiked jewelry, chains, or other potentially dangerous accessories.
- Clothing or patches that advertise, display, or encourage the use of alcohol, tobacco (in any form), drug paraphernalia, weapons, violence, and/or illegal substances of any type.
- Low-cut shirts, see-through shirts, bare-midriff shirts, or clothing that is backless, or razor-back shirts that are revealing (no visible spaghetti straps showing).
- Pajamas and/or slippers
- Hats worn in any building
- Tank tops with shoulder widths less than 1 1/2 inches.
- Muscle shirts, undergarments worn as outer garments, tube tops, short skirts, or short shorts (minimum hemline of shorts & skirts is to the end of fingertips), excessively baggy and/or sagging pants or shorts, trench coats, any clothing that allows your underwear to show.
- Visible tattoos that are considered inappropriate.
Absolutely! We welcome and encourage parents, grandparents, and community members to volunteer and share their time and talents with the students of Queen Creek High School. For more information, please check out the volunteer procedures.Back to Top
Students may access our Guidance and Counseling center any time between 7:30 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. We encourage students to utilize this great resource.Back to Top
Students must earn a minimum of 22 credits to to meet graduation requirements.Back to Top
Our school serves a healthy and delicious selection of foods for breakfast and lunch every school day. To see the school menu and learn more about our food services, please see the Child Nutrition page. You can pay for your child’s meals online at Titan School Solutions.Back to Top
For the most current meal prices, please view our Child Nutrition page where you can find prices, menus, nutritional information, and more. Qualifying students may apply for the reduced priceBack to Top
We invite you to view the interactive map showing the school boundaries for Queen Creek Unified School District. You can find the boundary map linked on our Home page under Quick Links, Parent Links.Back to Top