Re-enrollment for current students (and their siblings) is Feb. 1-28. Don't risk losing your spot for next year - families must return their re-enrollment form by Feb. 28 to be guaranteed enrollment!
Northridge Academy is accepting new student enrollment applications for 2017-18, Mar. 1-24, grades K-8, at 4100 W Coldwater Rd., Flint, 48504, 810.785.8811.
If there are more applications than available spots, a public lottery will take place Apr. 20 at 5 p.m.
Northridge Academy, a public charter school in Flint, MI, is seeking bids for new technology. The school has budgeted $84,881 for the total purchase, to include:
Bids will be opened at 6 p.m. on that date in the board meeting room at that same location.
All bids MUST be sealed and marked: "SEALED TECHNOLOGY BID".
Late bids will be returned unopened.
Northridge Academy reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities in bids. All bids shall be accompanied by a sworn statement disclosing any family relationship that exists between the owner or any employee of the bidder and any member of the Board of Directors of Northridge Academy, or the superintendent of the school. The Board of Directors shall not accept a bid that does not include a sworn and notarized familial relationship statement.
Owner: Northridge Charter Academy, a Michigan Public School
Project Manager: Urban Builders and Developers, Inc.,
3500 Flushing Rd, Flint, MI 48504
Invitation for bids is made by the owner for:
Roofing replacement at 4100 W. Coldwater Road, Flint, MI 48504
Bids are due: Sealed bids will be received by the Northridge Academy Board of Directors no later than 2:00 p.m., August 25, 2016 at the current Northridge Charter Academy office at 530 W. Pierson Road, Flint. Bids will be opened at 6:00 p.m. on that date in the board meeting room at that same location. Late bids will be returned unopened.
Remove and replace approximately 18,500.00 sq ft of existing buildup and rubber roof
A security deposit in check or money order in the amount of 1/20 of total bid amount must accompany this bid.
For Questions and/or Walk-through, contact Josiah Curry or Joe King at Urban Builders and Developers, 3500 Flushing Road, Suite 116, Flint, MI 48504, (810) 516-0748 or (810) 577-4770.
The owner and the project manager reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive irregularities in bids. All bids shall be accompanied by a sworn statement disclosing any family relationship that exists between the owner or any employee of the bidder and any member of the Board of Directors of Northridge Academy, or the superintendent of the school. The Board of Directors shall not accept a bid that does not include a sworn and notarized familial relationship statement.
The Mackinac Center’s newly released 2015 Elementary and Middle School Context and Performance Report Card...
Greetings from Midland. Please allow me to extend my congratulations to you and your school for receiving an A grade on the Mackinac Center’s newly released 2015 Elementary and Middle School Context and Performance Report Card: http://www.mackinac.org/22171. The A grade recognition was given to the top 224, or top 10 percent of, schools ranked. Our report card’s “CAP Score” adjusts the most recent three years of MEAP Grade 3 through 8 assessment scores based on expected performance according to a school’s free (not reduced) lunch student population. (Read the publication for a full explanation.)
Mackinac Center for Public Policy
Midland, Michigan 48640
The Context and Performance Report Card: Public Elementary and Middle Schools, 2015
An article on liberty and free markets as sound public policy for Michigan.
Northridge Academy is accepting enrollment applications for 2016-17, Mar. 3-24, grades K-8, at 530 W. Pierson Rd., Flint, 48505, 810.785.8811. If necessary, a public lottery will take place Apr. 21 at 5 p.m.
Northridge Academy is participating in the Making Strides of Flint Breast Cancer event on Saturday, 10.10.15, please visit the link below for more information!
Northridge Academy students were excited about graduating from 8th grade and continuing on to local institutions of higher education. We had an opportunity to catch up with a few 8th grade graduates and this is what they had to say:
Anthony Smith: NA has prepared me to go to the next level by providing me with a high quality education. I’ll be attending the U of M Genesee Early College in the fall and I’m excited to be moving on.
Prentice Duncan: I wanted to attend Northridge, because I felt it was a better learning environment for me than the last school I went to and I was right! I’m glad I came here and in the fall I’m going to the U of M Genesee Early College.
Mario Boone: Northridge Academy taught me self-management and how to look presentable at all times like wearing a belt, no sagging, tucking in my shirt, and to look like a respectable young man so thank you Northridge for teaching me how to think and present myself to the world! I’m attending Mott Early College this fall.
Ny’Breeyah Monroe: Northridge Academy has taught me well and because of that I’ll be attending Mott Middle Early College this fall. I will begin to prepare for a nursing career, moving to Miami or Costa Rica purchasing my own home and living my life as a nurse or maybe a doctor I want to find cures to help all the sick children feel better.