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    SCHOOL DESCRIPTION

    Public Four Year High School

    Grades 9-12

    Accreditation: TEA, South Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
    2015 School Rating: MET STANDARDS, Distinctions in Science & Social Studies

    Scheduling: 7 Classes/Day

     
    Principal:                        Mrs. Katherine Eska
    Assistant Principals:   Ms. Latrisha Pickett
                                   Mr. Rodney Whitaker
                                   Ms. Natoyia Jyles
                                            Mr. Richard Ham
     
    ENROLLMENT 2014-2015
    Freshman
    351
    Sophomores
    350
    Juniors
    264
    Seniors
    262
    Student Totals
    1,227
    ETHNIC DIVERSITY
    African American
     
    15.8%
     
    Hispanic
    77.3%
     
    White
    2.3%
     
    Other
    4.5%
     

     

     

    SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS
    • The Texas Education has rated North Dallas High School as "Met Standard" in Academic Achievement, Student Progress, Closing the Achievement Gap, and College Readiness.
    • The students have placed in the district Math Olympiad, and regional Debate competitions.
    • The visual arts department received two school board resolutions honoring the art work of North Dallas students.
    • Students have won in the Young American Talent Competition for 2D art work.
    • In 1997 and 1998 students art work was chosen for the Congressional Art Competition and was displayed at the Capitol Rotunda at Washington D.C.
    • In 1996, students art work won in the Eddie Bernice Congressional Art Competition.
    • Current and former students have been chosen to participate in the British American Business Council British Summer program.
    • The dance program at North Dallas High School is an added attraction for the students and is a performance based program that incorporates four genres: ballet, social, cultural, and modern dance.
    • A North Dallas student was chosen to shadow Mayor Laura Miller for a day.
    • For the 2012-2013 school years students have averaged approximately 2.3 million dollars in scholarships.
    • Education is Freedom and the TWU Go Center have formed a partnership with North Dallas High School students to promote higher education.