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Welcome to the 2023-2024 NPA School Year

Click on the photo or on the learn more button below to view the Welcome video from NPA school principal and school counselor Karla Aaron (recorded 8/6/23)

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Frequently Asked Questions About NPA:

Q: What is the Fast ForWord assessment all NPA students are taking this fall?
A: Fast ForWord is an evidence-based reading program. Click Here to learn more 
Q: What is NPA's minimum day schedule?
A: Min Day NPA
Q: What school supplies are needed at NPA? 
A: NJUHSD issued Chromebook. 2 inch 3 ring Binder, Pencils/Pens
Q: When will I receive my virtual orientation? (NPA has a virtual orientation.)
A: All students were emailed their orientation in their welcome email from Kayla Bardsley. NPA's orientation is virtual with follow up at the student/teacher meetings week 1 and week 2. The orientation can also be accessed on this website if email receipt was an issue. NPA student/Additional Resources/Orientation 23/24
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Q:  When do students choose their classes?
A:  Students will choose their classes at their second appointment with their teacher.  Your counselor has already made recommendations, there is no need to meet with her to choose your classes. 
Q:  How do students get a Chromebook?
A:  All students will be issued a Chromebook after their first appointment in the first week of school. A form will be given with the Chromebook which must be returned and signed in week 2.
Q:  Are parents required to come to the first appointment?
A:  Parents/guardians are always welcome at any appointment but new for this year, we need them at the SECOND appointment to sign paperwork.
Q:  Where do North Point Academy students/parents park?
A:   Students and parents may park at the First Baptist Church parking lot on Ridge Road.  
Q: When will I be able to get a student ID Card? 
A:  NPA does not have formal school pictures. Students will be submitting a photo of their choice (with some parameters) and the NPA staff will issue an ID card using the students' selected personal photo. 
For the 2023-2024 school year, NPA students will be sharing their own photo with us. 
We’ll create an id card with that photo. 

Important directions: Email photo to Kayla Bardsley Subject Line needs to be your ID #

What Makes a Good Photo
Good photos have these qualities:
You’re easy to recognize.
You’re the only one in the picture.
It’s a head-and-shoulders view, with the entire face, both eyes, and hair clearly visible. 
You’re in focus.
There are no dark spots or shadows.
Black-and-white photos are acceptable.

Why North Point ?

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