Contact Us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right. 


123 Street Avenue, City Town, 99999

(123) 555-6789


You can set your address, phone number, email and site description in the settings tab.
Link to read me page with more information.

What We're Talking About



North Pointe Blog

Lead Stories

Seniors Win Old School Games

The Seniors won Reality Showcase Overall Championship by taking first in Best Dance and Best Lip Sync and second in Best Talent and Best Voice. The first place finish by the Class of 2018 in Best Lip Sync was their third straight win. They won as Sophomores (the year Best Lip Sync was added to Reality Showcase), Juniors, and now Seniors. The Juniors and Sophomores tied for overall second and the Freshmen came in fourth. In the Jr. High Reality Showcase competition, students competed individually and not as classes.
Reality Showcase Page

Seniors at zion National Park

The Class of 2018 spent their thirty8forty trip in Zion National Park and enjoyed activities that included tennis, miniature golf, horseback riding, zip lining, ATV tours and paintball wars. The trip is the second of the Seniors three trips this year. The first was to Sedona back in August for the annual Class Picture against the backdrop of Slide Rock. In May, the Seniors will he'd to Southern California for Club Prep.
Senior thirty8forty Trip Page
Senior Class Picture Day Page
Senior Snapshots Page

Watch the 8:02 Live show 

preptv is North Pointe's communication platform and designed to promote campus life and communicate student achievement in academics, athletics and the arts. In addition to posting thousands of photos and hundreds of videos each school year, preptv broadcasts a 8:02 LIVE show each school day throughout the campus. The complete show is also available via live stream at 8:02am each school day and is posted into segments on the home page.

Academic news

Academic Videos
Academic Photos
Robotics Competition Recaps

North Pointe Ranked #2 in Phoenix

For the sixth year in a row, US News and World Report has ranked North Pointe as one of the Best High Schools in America. The 2017 rankings have North Pointe moving up to #2 among all public district and charter High Schools in Phoenix after being #3 last year. Being #2 out of over 200 high schools in the nation's fifth largest city is something we're proud of. Especially since you don't have to possess a special talent or be the smartest person in the class to enroll at North Pointe. All you need is a desire to be more than you are right now. North Pointe also advanced in State rankings from #21 last year to #15 this year. 
Schedule a Tour
Enrollment Page
Download 2017-2018 Application Packet

Athletic news

Athletic Videos
Athletic Photos
Game/Meet Recaps

Arts news

Arts Videos
Arts Photos
Performance Recaps

Falcon Players present 1984

The High School Falcon Players four show run entertained family and friends as Jeremiah Thomas and Melissa Mena led the cast as Winston and Julia. Seniors, Kaitlyn Kief, Alex Goehring, and Kristen Smith, shined in their ability to make supporting roles memorable and empathetic. 
1984 Video and Photo Gallery

Kaitlyn Kief Places first in poetry

Congratulations to North Pointe’s Kaitlyn Kief for winning an event championship in Poetry Interpretation at McClintock HS. Adalila Machic Huitzil won 3rd Place in Prose Interpretation and Julian Alejandre placed 5th in Humorous Interpretation. Adalila and Julian also teamed up to win 4th Place in Duo Improv. Taylor Munck and Natalie Quintero were semi-finalists in Dramatic Interpretation. 

Natalie Quintero places first at Red Mountain HS Tournament

Congratulations to Junior Natalie Quintero for winning her first event championship at the team’s first competition of the season. Natalie placed first in Dramatic Interpretation at the Red Mountain High School Speech and Debate Tournament. Natalie has won awards before but has waited since she was a Freshman to win a championship! Senior Kaitlyn Kief won two awards placing 2nd in Poetry Interpretation and 3rd in Congressional Debate. Sophomore  Julian Alejandre placed 4th in Congressional Debate.
Award Presentation Video
Speech and Debate Photo Gallery

Activity news

Reality Showcase

Reality Showcase Page

Seniors Win Reality Showcase - The Seniors won Reality Showcase by taking first in Best Dance and Best Lip Sync and second in Best Talent and Best Voice. The Juniors and Sophomores tied for overall second and the Freshmen came in fourth.

Seniors 3-Peat Best Lip Sync - The Class of 2018 are the only class that has ever won the Reality Showcase Best Lip Sync competition. The event was added to the week long competition in 2015 and the Class of 2018 has won each year. The Freshmen were second, the Juniors were third and the Sophomores were fourth. In the Jr. High competition, Stuart Burkhardt won first place. 

Juniors win Best Voice - Junior Jelene Solores took first place in the Reality Showcase Day Three Best Voice competition. The Seniors were second, the Sophomores were third and the Freshmen were fourth. In the Jr. High competition, Natalya Merida won first place. 

Sophomores win Best Talent - Sophomore Michael Raffle amazed the packed Falcon Theatre with his Taekwondo routine and took first place in the Reality Showcase Day Two Best Talent competition. The Seniors were second, the Juniors were third and the Freshmen were fourth. In the Jr. High competition, Dylan Crow won first with a moving monologue.

Seniors Win Best Dance - Senior Macenzie Bishop's routine won the the Class of 2018 first place in the Reality Showcase Day One Best Dance competition. The Sophomores took second, the Juniors third and the Freshmen came in fourth. In the Jr. High competition, the group of Lauren Jeffries, Awn Bevins, Amelia Murray, and Alexis Mounts won first. 

Old School Games

The Class of 2019 won the final event of North Pointe's Old School Games but the Seniors won the Overall Championship. Senior Jalisa Garcia, the first female to participate in the le Tour de Prep, led for most of the race but was not able to maintain the lead when Junior Cameron Mayo passed her on the final straight away. Although the Juniors were not able to capture the overall championship, they did win the two biggest events of the week: the le Tour de Prep and the Powder Puff Tournament. In the Jr. High OSG, Ms. Aufderheide's 7th period class won the championship.
Old School Games page

HS Xtreme Intramurals Page
JH Xtreme Intramurals Page
Rock Lobster Games Page

Falcons Find Peace at SYATP event

In a week where North Pointe students were harassed by members of the local media and ridiculed and demeaned on social media, many enjoyed a time of worship, prayer and community as they participated with hundreds of thousands of students from around the world in the annual See You At The Pole Event.
SYATP Photo Gallery

Prep Cares

North Pointe's academic, athletic and arts teams/groups participate in a community service project each season.
Prep Cares page


North Pointe's Seniors lead Jr. High Station Recap small groups each Wednesday and host Jr. High Staton After Hours events. North Pointe's Juniors are involved in mentoring programs with Canyon Pointe and Pinnacle Pointe 5th-6th graders.
Mentoring Page

Graduation - A new journey begins

Family, friends and alumni packed the historic Celebrity Theatre and celebrated North Pointe's Class of 2017 Wednesday night. The evening began with each graduate entering the circular venue from the tunnel and then featured an original song by Becky Heller who was joined on stage by dancers Kenny Hunley, Tatiana Mason, Mikayla Shepherd and David Ocasio. The host of preptv's 8:02 Live show Alexis Limon presented some very hilarious 'then and now' photos of the graduates comparing their 7th grade look with their Senior portrait. After a slide show highlighting the Class of 2017's journey from kindergarten through this year, Belen Markus and Justin Evans entertained the audience with a monologue highlighting the memorable events over the past six years. Prior to receiving their diploma, from Pointe Schools Superintendent Dr. Jody Johnson, a personal video was played of each graduate. 
Class Class of 2017 Celebration Photo Gallery
Class of 2017 Diploma Photo Gallery

Graduation Page