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Northwest Prep's Activities

Teacher Appreciation Week 2018

College Fair


Welcome to Our Learning Garden
Community Service

Outstanding Scholar (s)

Northwest Prep: Where we mold tomorrow’s future…

Northwest Prep Recognizes

Miss Tadreyonna RogersforU.S. History Award for Academic Excellence

Price: $50.00

Northwest Preparatory Academy salutes scholar Mr. Cameron Freeman for having good attendance and behavior. This scholar is leading by example and we are so very proud of him modeling our motto (CPR= Courtesy, Professionalism, and Respect). He was awarded a $25.00 gift card via Achieve 3000!


Northwest Prep: Where we mold tomorrow’s future…


(*Pictured: Mr. Roger Jones (Principal) and Mr. Cameron Freeman (Scholar))

Stop the Violence

Students Against Violence Everywhere

Monthly Spotlight: Making a DifferenceThe S.O. What! Literacy, Life Skills, and Character Education Curriculum

"I now believe I can achieve anything no matter how hard my life is."                                                                    

-Destinee, High School Senior

I hear a lot of people complaining about the youth of today. I would agree that they are different and have different (and some of the same) challenges of past generations. But I get tired of complaining and hearing complaining and am taking action and equipping others to take action too.

Last week I had the honor of speaking with students at Northwest Preparatory Academy in Memphis, TN. They had just completed the S.O. What! Literacy, Life Skills, and Character Education curriculum with English and Writing teacher, Crystal Johnson. And they wanted to meet me and learn even more!
high school students with  Summer Owens

Northwest Prep Story Booth- Entitled:  Stereotyped from The Jump


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Memphis Grizzlies

Support Northwest Scholars


Administrator Mr. Roger Jones is pictured here with a group of Northwest Honor Scholars after they were rewarded with Memphis Grizzlies tickets!

Mr. Roger Jones' Memphis Grizzlies tickets giveaway is a component of his Northwest Prep Scholar Reward Program.

Mr. Roger Jones encourages all of Northwest Preps' Scholars to strive to be their BEST daily!

Northwest Prep's Student Council

Voter Registration Drive

College and Career Fair

International Paper

Introduces STEM Program

Muffins for Mom

NWP Supports

Breast Cancer Awareness

Open House

Teen Read Week

National School

Choice Week

About National School Choice Week


Held every January, National School Choice Week shines a positive spotlight on effective education options for every child.


The goal of National School Choice Week (NSCW) is to raise public awareness of all types of education options for children. These options include traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, online learning, private schools, and homeschooling.


To meet this goal, NSCW encourages schools, organizations, and individuals to hold positive events that celebrate school choice options, while drawing attention to the need for even greater opportunities for children.


Started in 2011, NSCW has grown into the world’s largest celebration of opportunity in education. The Week is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort. We welcome all Americans to get involved and to have their voices heard!


National School Choice Week


Quick Facts


National School Choice Week 2017, the largest series of education-related events in US history, is January 22-28, 2017. NSCW 2017 will feature:

• 21,392 total events across all 50 states

• 16,777 schools of all types holding events

• 2,159 homeschool groups holding events

• 1,258 chambers of commerce holding events

• More than 600 governors, mayors and county leaders issuing School Choice Week proclamations

• Rallies and special events held at 25 state capitol buildings








































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