66 out of 10GreatSchools

Northlake Elementary School

Dallas, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-6
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  • Enrollment: 595


Northlake Elementary School
10059 Ravensway Drive
Dallas, TX 75238
(469) 593-2300
Northlake Elementary School is located in Dallas, TX and serves grades PK-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
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Reviews14 Reviews

Our experience has been wonderful! This is a school of hard working students, committed staff and exceptional leadership. This school is about more than test scores; it's about raising up good humans who care, are educated and are compassionate. My daughter has advanced more than a grade level each year at Northlake and is currently doing math 2-3 grade levels above her current grade. She is also part of REACH and able to foster her creativity in that way - in addition to Math Club which she loves! The PTA is hard working and loves serving the staff and children of the school. The community loves this school, and the school loves them back. It's a beautiful thing! This site only tells a glimpse of what the school is really like...I'd encourage anyone looking for a school home to schedule a tour and make an educated decision for your child's future.
Our personal experience has been exceptional. There is a wonderful movement from the neighborhood to encourage those who live in the attendance area to attend the school. We have beautiful diversity, wonderful teacher involvement and the parent involvement is quadruple what it used to be. To visit Northlake Elementary is to love Northlake Elementary. Its a true Lake Highlands gem!
We have had a great 3 years at NLE with 2 kids attending. We feel so fortunate to have such a supportive group teaching, motivating, and caring deeply for our children.
Northlake started out as a good school, but the longer you attend the school becomes less caring. If you ask someone in the office something, no-one ever knows. You go a step further and try to ask one of the principals. First they'll lie like they're in a meeting, once you inform the staff you'll wait the principals come "out the meeting" and are able to talk. The situation still isn't handled until you talk to a teacher. Once the discussion happens, you discover the teacher has basically lied to you as well. The teacher lying has happened because s/he is trying to fix the situation into his/her favor. So you are left with an office full of never-knowing staff members, principals that lie and teachers that's hard to get in contact with to also discover the teacher has lied to you.
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