Monday, September 18, 2017

Annual Report

Dear North Phoenix Prep Families,

I am pleased to share with you this year’s Great Hearts Annual Report. This is a showcase of our 2016/2017 school year. It is a reminder to us what Great Hearts is all about and the excellent year we had because of the exemplary work of our faculty and staff and the wonderful support we get from all of you. There is a variety of content in the report including teacher and student testimonials, academic performance, a financial overview and an extensive listing of all the generous donors who help make the exceptional education we offer possible. I hope you enjoy this year’s Annual Report, and I am honored to be a part of such a wonderful community and to serve you and your children in the pursuit of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty.

You can view the Annual Report online and download it by accessing this webpage.

With Devotion,
Headmaster Weinhold

Lost and Found

We have two separate lost and found areas on the Prep campus. 

At the end of each day items found in the NPX education building will be put on the gray cart                  located in the Prep lobby. 

 All items left in the gym or the Prep MPR will be gathered and stored in the office of the Athletic Director. 

 On the last day of each month all items that were gathered during the first three weeks of the current month, as well as all items gathered during the last week of the previous month, will be donated to Goodwill. 

Please make sure to check both areas. 

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Headmaster Letter

Dear North Phoenix Prep Families,

The students were so excited on Friday when we finally received our picnic tables for the courtyard!  Everyone appreciated having a place to sit, and especially now that the summer's heat is dwindling just a bit, it's going to be quite lovely to enjoy conversations around our outdoor tables. 

These kinds of conversational spaces are so important to us at North Phoenix Prep.  That's because we believe that our students pursue Truth, Goodness, and Beauty best when they engage in genuine dialogue.  Such conversation is all-too-rare in the popular culture, but under the joyful mentorship of their teachers, our students learn careful listening, intellectual discipline, and imaginative questioning.  This mode of education prepares them for more than just college entrance.  It prepares them for a flourishing life of sustained inquiry and deep, meaningful friendship.  On our campus, we see the fruit of our education not only in the classroom, but in the conversations that occur throughout the day.  We truly are transforming our students morally, not just intellectually.

We will be sending Advance Notices on Monday through Jupiter.  On Wednesday, I am looking forward to another Headmaster Coffee--this time with families of 9th and 10th grade students.  There's no school on Friday the 22nd, so let's make every day of this four day week count!

With Devotion,
Headmaster Weinhold

Chaperones needed! 8th Grade Field Trip on Wednesday, 9/20

Parent chaperones needed for the 8th Grade 
MIM Field Trip on Wednesday, September 20! 

Parents will be needed from 8:30am-12:30pm, which includes travel time to and from the MIM. You do not need a fingerprint clearance card to be a chaperone.

Please email Ms. Harris for more information: