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High Achievement in a Safe and Caring Environment

Guidance & Counseling

Our Guidance and Counseling Department is here to serve our student community by providing the information and resources students need to achieve their academic and career goals. We encourage all students to meet regularly with their counselor; we’re armed with information you need and happy to help.

Counseling Events

Please stop by the College and Career Center in A111 about upcoming events that will take place during achievement hour with colleges, vocational schools, and military.

All Upcoming Events:

  • July 29 - Virtual Freshman Orientation - A link leader will contact each freshman directly. Please email the link crew advisor for information on your time slot.
  • August 3 - First Day of Online Classes Start
  • September 22 - ACT Late Start Makeups (Class of 2021)

Scholarship Information

For your convenience, we will post upcoming scholarship opportunities on our College and Career Center page.

Vision & Mission

The students at Queen Creek High School are valued as unique individuals who will graduate from high school with critical thinking, problem solving, and technical skills that will prepare them to compete in a 21st century global society. By having access to a comprehensive school counseling program, all students will receive academic, career, personal, and social development support so that they may be college and career ready as they make the transition to future life aspirations.

Professional school counselors lead Queen Creek High School’s comprehensive counseling program. These school counselors collaborate, facilitate, and advocate actions that support student success. Our goal is to deliver services in the three domains of academic, career, and personal/social development and to have every student develop an Educational and Career Action Plan as we address the unique needs of the individual learner. School counselors provide every student the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitude for a productive future through individual, small group, and large group activities with respect for social and cultural differences. Our program promotes lifelong learning and encourages our students to make positive contributions to their community.

Meet the Counselors

Patrick Leddy
Student Last Names A–Di and Special Education/504
(480) 987-5954
pleddy@qcusd.org

Lee Harmon
Student Last Names De–La and Special Education/504
(480) 987-5917
lharmon@qcusd.org

Lee Harmon
Student Last Names Le–Ra and Special Education/504
(480) 987-5917
lharmon@qcusd.org

Rachel Riebold
Student Last Names Re–Z and Special Education/504
(480) 987.5928
rriebold@qcusd.org

Victoria Driving Hawk
College and Career Advisor
(480) 987-5931
vdrivinghawk@qcusd.org

Grant Navakuku
College and Career Advisor
gnavakuku@qcusd.org

Cara Price
College and Career Specialist
(480) 987-5979
cprice@qcusd.org

Arthur Sirianni
School Psychologist
(480) 987-5562
asirianni@qcusd.org

Ramona Sylvester
Social Worker
(480) 987-5939
rsylvester@qcusd.org

 
Queen Creek High School
22149 E. Ocotillo Road
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Phone: (480) 987.5973
Fax: (480) 882.1276
High Achievement in a Safe and Caring Environment