Pointe Schools Enrollment Process
Tour the school's website
Potential students will get a good idea of the unique culture of the campus as well as what's important to its administrators, faculty and students by navigating through the school's website.
Visit the campus
Each school offers campus tours. Appointments are not necessary. Refer to each school's office or website for additional information on tours.
Potential students/parents can download and complete an enrollment packet which includes a Pointe Schools registration form as well as various Arizona Department of Education forms. A birth certificate and immunization and academic records are also necessary to complete the student's file.
Schedule a Placement Test
Canyon Pointe and Pinnacle Pointe - Students must take math and reading placement tests to determine the appropriate placement for their math and reading blocks. Students who are not age five by September 1, 2015 must complete a Kindergarten Readiness Assessment.
North Pointe - Because math classes are based upon ability and not grade level, students must take a math placement test in order to determine their appropriate placement of their math class.
History of Pointe Schools
Pointe Schools was founded by four families who were interested in creating a high school that would support parents as they built character and leadership qualities in their teens, provide an excellent education and be financially accessible to everyone. Since no such high school existed in the northwest valley, the founders individually explored avenues to establish such a school. In the fall of 1999, they came together and formed Pointe Educational Services, a non-profit corporation, in order to open and operate an independent public high school that would fill this unmet need. more