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Applying to Northland


Thank you for your interest in Northland Christian School! We look forward to your family becoming part of the Northland family.

Please read the important information below before applying, and see our FAQs page for answers to our most commonly asked questions. If you still have any questions, call 281-440-1060 and someone from our Admissions team will be happy to speak with you.

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All applicants to Northland Christian School are required to take and pass an entrance test to determine acceptance and class placement.

All applicants must also furnish evidence that they are physically and emotionally fit, of good moral character, and academically capable. They must:
  • Complete all of the Northland application procedures
  • Be eligible for re-enrollment in all schools previously attended
  • Have not been suspended or expelled from school within the past 12 months
  • Meet the following academic requirements:
    - Have no academic semester grade average lower than 75
    - Have acceptable conduct grades and work habits
    - Score at or above the 50th percentile on the language/reading and math - sections of the entrance test
  • Be free of severe learning or behavioral problems
  • Not be coming directly from any type of rehabilitation program (i.e., drug, alcohol, behavior, mental, etc.)
  • Be vaccinated according to the guidelines set by the state of Texas for childhood vaccinations (non-medical waivers will not be accepted)
  • Agree to comply with all policies in the Parent-Student Handbook
All new Northland students are accepted on behavioral and academic probation for a period of one calendar year. During this period, conduct and scholarship will be monitored closely. Continued enrollment is dependent upon acceptable levels of attendance, behavior, psychological maturity, and academic achievement.

The appropriate admission committee will make any exception to the above-stated policies after a prayerful and thorough review of any mitigating circumstances.