What We're Talking About
WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT
The North Pointe family celebrated the Class of 2018 at Celebrity Theatre on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. The graduation began with each senior being introduced as they entered the historic landmark. The processional was followed by a Then and Now presentation by Senior Kaitlyn Kief. Next, while images of the Class of 2018 were shown on the three big screens, Senior Itzia Crespo performed Through All Of It. As each graduate was presented their diploma, a video was shown featuring their comments and thoughts. The evening concluded with the presentation of the graduates as North Pointe Alumni by Pointe School Superintendent, Dr. Jody Johnson.
Class of 2018 page
The Class of 2018 received extracurricular and academic awards at the annual Senior Awards Night. Diana Salgado (Academics), Itzia Crespo (Arts), and Jalisa Garcia (Athletics) received North Pointe's highest recognition - The Imprint Award. Students also were recognized for the four year commitment to academics, athletics and the arts.
Senior Awards Night page
For the seventh year in a row, US News and World Report has ranked North Pointe Prep as one of the Best High Schools in America. 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.
preptv is North Pointe's communication platform and is designed to promote campus life and communicate student achievement in academics, athletics and the arts. preptv broadcasts the 8:02 LIVE show each school day throughout the campus and then segments are posted online.
Most recent Talking About segment
Most recent Guest Interview segment
preptv also posts thousands of photos and videos highlighting the school's athletics, arts and activities.
North Pointe's Spring Extravaganza was amazing. The week-long event included a car show in the Arnold's Diner parking lot, great eats, treats, and sweets from Arnold's Diner, a live band on the plaza stage and the Falcon Player's presentation of Grease: The Musical.
Spring Extravaganza Page
Kaitlyn Kief and Natalie Quintero took first place at the Speech and Debate State Tournament in Flagstaff. Kaitlyn won her title in Poetry Interpretation and Natalie won Dramatic Interpretation. Kaitlyn earned a second state medal by placing 3nrdin Dramatic Interpretation. Julian Alejandre was a triple medalist placing 3rd in Congressional Debate, 3rd in Humorous Interpretation and 3rd in Programmed Oral Interpretation. Adalila Machic-Huitzil placed 3rd in Congressional Debate and 6th in Impromptu Speaking.
Speech and Debate Page
North Pointe's original, A Monster Christmas, has become the most watched theatrical performance at North Pointe. From the horse-drawn carriage entrance to the fireworks ending, audience members packed into the outdoor plaza theatre all week for the showing of North Pointe's original production of the classic, A Christmas Carol. This year's genre of the story of Scrooge was Monsters.
A Monster Christmas Page
The Juniors dominated the 2018 Rock Lobster Games and won the Overall Championship. Although a no-show for most of the week, The Seniors were able to win two of the three major events: the Belly Flop Competition and the Volleyball Tournament. The Juniors won the other big event taking fist in the Ultimate Frisbee. In the Jr. High games, Scott's 7th period class won the Overall Championship.
HS Rock Lobster Games Page
JH Rock Lobster Games Page
The Class of 2018 spent their thirty8forty trip in Zion National Park. 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 head to Southern California for Club Prep.
Senior thirty8forty Trip Page
Senior Class Picture Day Page
Class of 2018 page
North Pointe's Seniors lead Jr. High Station Recap small groups each Wednesday and host Jr. High events. North Pointe's Juniors are involved in mentoring programs with Canyon Pointe and Pinnacle Pointe 5th-6th graders.