It's not just a school, its a culture
There are some in our society who believe school should be an intense place of only academic learning. At North Pointe, we agree with the intensity part, but we do not limit the learning to just academics. We believe a student is only fully prepared for college after they have been involved in a broad range of rich school experiences, not just learned information communicated in a book. Our culture openly acknowledges that our passion for excellence in athletics and the arts, along with our zeal in providing experiences where life-long relationships and memories can be created, is equal to our commitment to academic achievement. It's a culture anchored in the core belief that a motivated student, who wants to be here, will learn!
North Pointe's Station features multi-media presentations, student participation and inspirational challenges to implement the four aspects of North Pointe's Leave Your MARK. High School Stations occur during selected extended lunch days and Jr. High Stations are on Mondays, 2:25-2:45 pm.
Leave Your MARK
Character development is at the very core of the Prep's culture. It's woven throughout the curriculum, encouraged in athletics, arts and activities and demonstrated during Prep Cares event. Students are challenged to realize that every thought, every word and every action is leaving their MARK.
Make an Impact - Become a person who serves others.
Accept New Challenges - Become a person who takes risks.
Release Positivity - Become a person who encourages others.
Keep Your Focus - Become a person who makes good decisions.
Students can indicate their interest in being a part of Student Government (STUGO) by signing up in the 4A Center. STUGO members are selected by administration and must maintain a 3.0 GPA (with no D's or F's). They are responsible for providing support at various campus activities and planning, promoting and participating in class competition events..
Extracurricular Participation Policies
Students and parents agree to abide by the Prep's Extracurricular Participation Policies which appear in the Student Handbook.
Student IDs are provided to students during the first few weeks of school and are required to be carried while on campus and at school activities. Lost Student IDs can be replaced for $5.
Activity Dress Code
Although students are not required to be in dress code at extracurricular events, they are expected to dress appropriately. Hair and clothing Dress Code guidelines are not enforced during Spirit Week and Spring Fling when students are participating in outfit contests. Students may wear modest swim wear while participating in water activities.