Summer Reading Program

Get ready for the 2021-2022 school year by diving into one or more of the summer reading recommendations provided by our English content team.

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Bus Transportation Survey

Families can now sign up their children for bus transportation for the 2021-2022 school year. 

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College First-Year Starter Kit

A guide on conversations you should have as a family now through early August.

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2021 Commencement Recap

Relive the moments from this past year's commencements to celebrate our graduating seniors of 2021!

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Re-enrollment

Don't forget to complete a brief re-enrollment form for each of your children to share your intent to return to YES Prep next school year. 

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Still Accepting Applications

Apply to enroll for the 2021–22 school year | Seats available for grades PreK-3rd and 6-12

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Teach at YES Prep

Teacher application for 2021-22 now open. Join the YES Prep team where your passion meets purpose.

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2021-22 District Calendar Now Available

YES Prep district calendar for the 2021-22 school year is now available. 

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About Us

Passion, Resilience, Integrity, Discipline, and Empathy, the Northside PRIDE are laser-focused on college-readiness for every student. With an emphasis on public speaking as a unique hallmark of our program, we are dedicated to developing academic and social skills within our students that propel them into positions of leadership in Houston. 

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ON-Site COVID Vaccinations INFO ONLY

YES Prep has partnered with HEB to provide On-Site COVID Vaccinations for our staff, 18+ students and their 18+ immediate/household family members.

We will be hosting this here at our Northside Campus.

This event will take place the following: Friday 5/14/2021 from 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM at the Northside Gym.

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Who We Are

90%

First Generation College Students

97%

African American and Hispanic

85%

Economically Disadvantaged

90%

Graduation Rate

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