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  • November 17 - Staff Development (No School for Students)
  • November 20 - November 24 - Fall Break
  • November 27 - Students Return to School
  • December 9 - Holiday Pop-Up Market
  • December 19 - "Let's GLOW Crazy" MS Dance


All students and staff will go on break for the week of November 20th. Campus will be closed, and phones/social media platforms will be unavailable during the break. Students are expected to return on Monday November 27th at 8:30 a.m. Enjoy your break!



Our Lottery Application for the 2024-2025 school year is now open! We are now accepting applications for grades 6th - 12th. If you have any students who don't currently attend YES Prep Northline and will be going to those grades, make sure to apply today. Apply TODAY to give your child the best chance at attending YES Prep in the 2024-2025 school year.

If you have any family or friends who are interested in applying, please encourage them to apply or come to campus for more information. If you have any questions regarding our application, please reach out to our Lottery Coordinator, Angelica Sanchez, at angelica.sanchez@yesprep.org, or you can give her a call at 713-967-8786.


Visit northline.yesprep.org to APPLY TODAY!



Do you know a family or friend that may be interested in YES Prep? Send them our way!

Please say YES and help us reach others by referring family or friends who deserve the same opportunities offered at YES Prep.

When you refer a family, you’ll get rewarded with some YES Prep swag!

Here’s how to participate and claim your reward(s):

  1. Identify a potential family to refer to YES Prep
  2. Complete the online form below, and we will contact the family you referred and share more information about YES Prep.
  3. Get rewarded with YES Prep swag!




All families, students, and staff are invited to our Holiday Pop Up Market on Saturday December 9th from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Invite all your friends to enjoy some pupusas, empanadas, cafe de olla, and SO MUCH MORE!













All students should be following the campus' dress code. Students who do not meet dress code expectations will receive a lunch detention and further consequences if they continue to violate the dress code.

What are the dress code expectations? 

ID Badge 

Students must always wear Student ID badges while on campus.  ID badges must always be worn on a lanyard and visible.  


Students must wear a YES Prep spirit shirt or polo Monday – Thursday. On Friday, they can wear the Spirit Shirt or a College T-shirt. Spirit shirts include the provided spirit shirts, as well as any Northline club, athletic, or purchased shirt. 



Students may choose between pants, skirts or shorts of the following in any color:   khakis or jeans  

Students may not wear: 

  • Leggings, biker shorts or athletic bottoms 

  • Pajama pants  

  • Bottoms with holes, rips, tears, including “distressed” jeans (Bottoms with patches are permitted) 

  • Shorts and skirts shorter than fingertips length 



For safety purposes, all shoes must meet the following criteria:   

  • Closed-toed   

  • Must have backs (i.e. no slides)   

  • Must have hard soles (i.e. no slippers)   

  • Any color is permitted  

Crocs are allowed in sport mode 



Students may wear any color sweatshirt or jacket. Outerwear may be the hoodie style, but the hood cannot be worn during class. Outerwear may not contain offensive language/graphics or inappropriate content.  



  • Students may have visible piercings and tattoos as long as messaging and images are school-appropriate.   

  • Accessory items that are spiked (bracelets, belts, collars) are not permitted due to safety reasons.  

  • Students may wear a variety hairstyles and colors. Head shaving designs are permitted as long as images are school-appropriate.   

  • Hats, sunglasses, large/noise canceling headphones and airpods are not permitted for safety purposes.   

  • Religious head-coverings are permitted.   

Backpack Policy 


All students are required to use clear or mesh backpacks.

For more information about this new policy, including Frequently Asked Questions, click here.


For families with current 11th-grade students, their first official administration for the SAT will be the week we return from the upcoming holiday, on Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023. 

Families, your child has been working through Kaplan Test Prep and doing weekly practice in Khan Academy as part of their Junior Seminar Classes to prepare for the SAT. Families, please encourage students to continue their Khan Academy Practice for the SAT during Fall Break over the holiday.

We encourage all students to complete at least three 1-hour practice sessions in Khan Academy over the break to practice at the same frequency they currently are in their Junior Seminar class. This practice will allow them to stay current with their SAT Skills and feel prepared for the test on December 2.


If you'd like to stay and watch one of our sports games on campus, you can buy a ticket online AND at the door. Only athletes who are in the competing sports team for that day can attend for free.

Adults: $5.00

Students: $3.00






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