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Admissions Process

Admissions Process

Step 1: Online Application

After you complete the online application our Admissions staff will contact within one week to schedule a family interview. If your student will need academic support services through our inclusion program, we will schedule a meeting for you with the appropriate staff at this time.

Step 2: Family Meeting/Interview (generally within 2 weeks of application)

Families are required to meet with their respective principal (elementary, middle, or high school) for a family interview.  This is a time for our principals and admissions staff to get to know your family and your student(s) as well as a time for you to ask any additional questions you may have.  Middle and high school students will schedule their classes during the family interview.  If a meeting with a Guidance Counselor is needed, this will be scheduled for you at this time.

Step 3: Enrollment

Once students have been accepted, there is additional paperwork required to secure your student’s enrollment at NorthPointe Christian.  The following documents are required for enrollment: tuition agreement and enrollment fee, birth certificate, immunization records, and records request from previous school.  

Step 4: Attend New Family Orientation in August (for students starting in the Fall)

Middle and high school students and parents need to attend New Family Orientation.  At this event, students meet their teachers, walk through their classes, and receive their computers.