Thursday, February 1, 2018

Senior Trip Fundraiser February 10th!

North Phoenix Preparatory's Inaugural Graduating Class 

Washington, DC Fundraiser

clean out your closets and garage and bring your used items to 

3517 W Bell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85053
February 10th, 2018

for more information and to submit a pledge please visit

Event Pricing: (what we get per pound!)
·         Soft: $$0.200
·         Small Houseware Items: $ $0.100
·         Books: $$0.020

·         Furniture & Other Large Items: $$0.050

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

10th Grade Field Trip to the Renaissance Fair! 3/8/18

10th Grade Field Trip to the Renaissance Festival!

When: Thursday, March 8th.  Students will leave campus at 8:15am and return by 3pm.  Students will go to their 1st period class for attendance then load the bus. 

Attire: Students may wear athletic shoes and nice jeans/pants, or their uniform bottoms. 
No shorts unless they are uniform shorts.  Students must wear the NPX polo.  Sunglasses, sunscreen, hats and outerwear per the Family Handbook are allowed. 

Food: Students are encouraged to bring a snack and either a sack lunch or money for food and a water bottle. 

What to bring: Students are allowed to bring cellular phones for photos and emergency reasons only.  Students with cell phones are strongly encouraged to download the Remind App and input the school phone number (602) 996-4355 to contact chaperones and in case of emergency. Any other use of cellular phones or devices is prohibited and subject to confiscation by a faculty member.  Students may bring money for souvenirs, and a small bag for personal belongings.  All bags are subject to search by faculty.

Information on the Remind App:

Cost: $30  Pay here:

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Questions?  Please email Ms. Harris at

7th Grade Field Trip to Pompeii Exhibit at the AZ Science Center

March 2, 2018
                                        Cost: $27 per student                                          

On August 24, 79 A.D., the Roman city of Pompeii was frozen in time by the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius, burying everything in its path for more than 1700 years. The same ash and debris from Vesuvius’s unpredicted eruption that destroyed the city also remarkably preserved it.  

In this blockbuster exhibition, guests become time travelers, transported to the bustling commercial port and strategic military and trading center of Pompeii. Over 200 precious artifacts on loan from the unparalleled collection of the Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy, including wall-sized frescoes, mosaics, marble and bronze sculptures, jewelry, statues and ancient Roman coins, bring to life how Pompeii’s people lived, worked, worshiped and celebrated. In perhaps the most powerful portion of the exhibition, exquisite body casts of adults and children vividly communicate the emotions of the victims.
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Questions or interested in chaperoning? Please email Ms. Harris and Mr. Belcheff at and