NDAA continues to monitor government recommendations, the CDC and other medical advisors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Click here for the most recent updates about what’s happening at NDAA and how we’re mitigating risk for our students and staff. (update added 3 March 2021)
> NDAA Response to Gov. Abbott’s statement 2 March 2021
Click here to visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website
Need to report a student’s absence from school? Choose the form you need here:
Click to report a COVID related absence or exposure
Click to report an absence not related to COVID (doctor visit, other illness, college visit, etc)
NDAA is scheduling tours for all grades. Don’t want to wait? You can Virtually Tour! Click here to “visit us” online.
Please contact our Enrollment Office to ask your questions, get information, or chat with us about what you’re looking for in a school. We look forward to meeting you soon!
NOW OPEN: Enrollment for Fall 2021-2022
* Request information or schedule a campus visit here
* Take a virtual tour of our campus
Local Student Enrollment for 2021-2022
To register for the fall semester, contact the Enrollment Office. Download the Enrollment Checklist for the step-by-step guide.
 NEW Students: Click here to access the Local Student Application (New Students only). Early enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year has started.
 CURRENT Local Students: Login to ParentsWeb and click “Apply/Enroll” in the left navigation bar to begin re-enrollment for fall.
 Home School Student opportunities: Home school students are invited to join NDAA athletics, extracurricular or attend classes on campus on a case-by-case basis (as permitted within CDC guidelines). Contact the Enrollment Office for more information. Click here to begin the Application.
International Student (I-20) Enrollment for 2021-2022
Applications for International Students (I-20 visa) are now being accepted for Fall 2021. Click here to begin/apply.
Download the International Student Enrollment Checklist* in order to have all necessary documents for application.
After School Clubs & After School Care
NDAA’s Club Sentinel (the After School Program) offers two ways students can continue learning in a more relaxed setting after the school day ends: (1) After School Clubs and (2) After School Care. After School Clubs for grades K4-8th grade are structured one-hour sessions that run from 3:45 – 4:45 pm, Monday through Thursday. Lower School Clubs include Art Club (Mon), STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Club (Tues), Chimes Club (Wed), and Drama Club (Thurs). Click here to sign up.
After School Care is a separate option for after school that includes homework time, additional skill building resources, snacks and time to decompress from the day. After School Care runs from 3:45 – 6:00 pm, Monday through Thursday, and from 12:45 – 4:30 pm on Fridays. Click here to sign up.
After School Membership
Students become a “member” of Club Sentinel for $250 per semester. Once a member, students can choose to attend After School Clubs, After School Care, or any combination as desired. Click here to sign up.
Celebrating 36 Years
North Dallas Adventist Academy (NDAA) is excited to celebrate its 36th year providing Christian education in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our student body is composed of a diverse group of local students from the metroplex and international students from abroad. As a multi-school institution spanning 14 grades (K4-12), NDAA is intently focused on serving one of the fastest growing regions in America. Governed by a constituency of 13 local Seventh-day Adventist churches “the Adventist academy” provides a safe learning environment that is the platform for an academically challenging and spiritually invigorating program. NDAA is comprised of three distinct learning communities: the Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. Together, along with faculty, staff, volunteers, and other supporters, we make the NDAA family.
The academy is part of the Seventh-day Adventist school system, the second largest school system in the world. Central to our core philosophy is the understanding that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of true knowledge. Therefore, a biblical worldview is the bedrock upon which all subjects are taught. With a firm commitment to the holistic development of each and every student, the school has grown to become one of the largest Adventist academies in the DFW metroplex. NDAA continues its firm commitment to the concept of providing each student with a holistic education of mental, physical, social, and spiritual health. NDAA staff and faculty mentor students, both inside and outside of the classroom, to excel at intellectual growth and service to humanity.
We look forward to having you and your students join the NDAA family!
 ORDER HERE All students (K4-12th grade) need to be in the NDAA dress code approved uniform. The uniform consists of an “everyday” uniform (worn Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri), and a Chapel/Dress Uniform (worn Wed). Students in grades 3-12 also need a P.E. Uniform for P.E. classes.
Download the Boys’ Uniform Order Guide
Download the Girls’ Uniform Order Guide
Vegetarian School Lunches For students not wishing to bring lunch from home, vegetarian school lunches are available for purchase on a month-by-month basis through the FACTS Family Portal. Please read the Lunch Program MEMO here or download instructions on How to Order Lunch through FACTS here.
Vegetarian Food Orders You can support the senior class by ordering your favorite vegetarian food through their online store. Choose your pick up day/time and students will deliver it to your car when you arrive!
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