9th-12th grade High School

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9th-12th grade students at NorthPointe Christian High School are encouraged by Christ-centered relationships and a challenging curriculum to equip students for success at college, and beyond!

Preparing Passionate Leaders

Each day we have an opportunity to directly impact the life and character of each individual student here at NorthPointe Christian High School. This generation of young people will soon be leaders of the Church and their own local communities. It’s always exciting to see a student mature, to see a heart given to God, or to watch a student accomplish more than they ever have before.

Shadow a High School Student

Principal’s Corner Tom Molenkamp

“There are two things that last forever: the Word of God, and people. I love NPC because of its commitment to the timeless truth of Scripture and because this community of people—from the teachers and staff to the students and families—has done so much to strengthen and encourage me through the years. What a blessing it is to be part of the NorthPointe family!”

-Tom Molenkamp, High School Principal

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Academically equipped

A combination of rigorous academics with a Student Support Services team allows students of all levels to succeed.

Supportive Community

At NorthPointe Christian, your student is more than a number.

Enriching Activities

A variety of electives, clubs, and extracurricular activities enrich students’ high school experience.

Grounded in Faith

Faith is incorporated into everything we do at NorthPointe Christian.

Academically Equipped

A combination of rigorous academics with a Student Support Services team allows students of all levels to succeed. Dual college enrollment opportunities and honors course options begin sophomore year, with typically 50% of seniors enrolled in a college course. A continuing Spanish Immersion track allows Spanish Immersion students to build Spanish fluency and work towards a Spanish college minor. Elective options allow students to flourish in the arts or try their hand at Robotics. Our team of counselors works with students to build a high school experience that best fits their individual needs and goals.

Supportive Community

At NorthPointe Christian, your student is more than a number. They are known and loved for who God created them to be. We work hard to create a unified student community that supports one another. Partnership with parents is key to our success as a school, including open parent/teacher communication and parent volunteer opportunities. Teachers are accessible for academic needs and care about students’ growth beyond the classroom.

Enriching Activities

A variety of electives, clubs, and extracurricular activities enrich students’ high school experience. Opportunities for involvement abound. With an average yearly size of 325 high school students, students have ample opportunities to try out for a play, join a sport, or participate in a class trip. Our annual week-long January Term allows students to take a mission trip, serve locally, or sign up for two unique classes. Traditional experiences like homecoming, Spirit week, and powder puff create school unity.

Grounded in Faith

Faith is incorporated into everything we do at NorthPointe Christian. Teachers weave Biblical principles into all classes and students attend daily Bible classes. Chapel is structured for student engagement as well as providing students opportunities to rise up as leaders among their peers. Weekly discipleship groups allow students to dig deeper together. High school culminates with a senior project, where students, alongside a mentor, present their academic and faith journey to family and peers.

“Thank you, NPC for teaching me essential tools that I continue to utilize every day in my Christian walk.”

Angela B.NPC Graduate, Class of 2016

“NPC has an amazing welcoming environment – and we couldn’t be more pleased to be a part of it.”

Michelle F.NPC Parent

“The growth we have seen in our son and his walk with God in the few months he has been at NorthPointe brings me to tears of joy.”

Diana K. NPC Parent

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t see your question below? Please contact our admissions team at admissions@npchristian.org.

Where do your students go to college?

NPC graduates attend a wide range of colleges.
A sampling of where our recent grades have gone include:
Wheaton College
Taylor University
University of Michigan
Michigan State
Michigan Tech
Calvin University
Cedarville University

What is a typical schedule?

1st Period: 7:45 – 8:35 Elective or College Course
2nd Period: 8:40 – 9:25 Language Arts (4 years required)
Chapel: 9:30 – 10:00 Twice/week
3rd Period: 10:05 – 10:50 Math (4 years required)
4th Period: 10:55 – 11:40 Bible (4 years required)
5th Period: 11:45 – 12:30 Social Studies (3 years required)
Lunch: 12:35 – 12:55
6th Period: 1:00 – 1:45 Elective or College Course
7th Period: 1:50 – 2:35 Science (3 years required)

What sports are available?

NorthPointe Christian has a variety of competitive sports available. For a full list of opportunities visit:

Do you offer hot lunch?

Yes, our High School hot lunch is homemade on site. Students can purchase items a la carte.

Can my student drive him or herself to school?

Yes, students of driving age can obtain a parking pass and transport themselves.

Do students remain on campus for lunch?

Yes, we require our students to remain on campus during lunch.

What denomination are you affiliated with?

NorthPointe Christian is a conservative, evangelical school with over 100 different churches represented in our student body.

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