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Early enrollment is coming up this week. The schedule:

 Monday, Aug. 18       – 12:30  4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, Aug. 19       – 12:30  4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Aug. 20 – 8:30 a.m.  12:30 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 21      – 2:00 – 7:00 p.m.

No registration on Friday

Please bring the following records:
  • Proof of Residence (utility bill, apartment lease, rental agreement)
  • Parent/Guardian Picture Identification

  • Withdrawal grades/Working Document/Last Report Card

  • Withdrawal form*

  • Official Transcript*

  • Enrollment Form

  • Immunization Records

  • Student Directory Information Form

 *If coming from outside of DISD


Last week was Freshman Orientation at the school. For more on that, visit


School begins on Monday, Aug. 25.

Start on Time Polcy

Students are expected to come to school everyday and be seated in their classroom before the tardy bell. First Period begins at exactly 9:00 a.m.

    School uniform policy

    Uniform School Colors: Orange, White, Black, Khaki
    Boys and Girls Shirts
    • Polo-style long or short sleeve shirts with collar in white or black with or without North Dallas logo
    • Oxford style or botton-down long or short sleeve shirts in white or black
    Boys Bottoms
    • Pants or shorts in khaki or black. No sagging.

    Girls Bottoms
    • Shorts, skorts, or skirts in khaki or black no higher than 3 inches from the knee
    • Pants in khaki or black
    • Closed toe and closed heel shoes. No heel higher than 3 inches
    Spirit wear on Fridays as determined by the administration - Orange shirt, student club shirt, or any shirt in accordance with proper dress code specifications.

Girls softball coach Chris Barnhill is the new acting athletic coordinator, replacing coach Carlton Dixon. 


Coach Barnhill steps in
as athletic coordinator

As the female athletic coordinator, Coach Chris Barnhill oversaw cross country, golf, tennis, volleyball, girls’ soccer and softball. Now, as the acting athletic coordinator, he oversees the whole program.


Coach Barnhill replaced Carlton Dixon, who recently left to take a position in college athletics, as the school’s athletic coordinator.


“Now instead of just covering girl’s athletics, I am in charge of all athletics on campus.” said Coach Barnhill, 40, who teaches the dual credit video game design class and is also the girls’ softball coach.


Coach Barnhill takes over at a time when North Dallas enters a new division – 5A – and a new district, 11-5A. ND will be competing against the likes of Woodrow Wilson, Hillcrest, Bryan Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Conrad and both Carrollton Creekview and Newman Smith.


“I think the overall athletic program is going in the right direction,” he said. “We have some positive coaching influences on the kids, and they’re pushing the athletes further than before.”


Entering his seventh year at ND, Coach Barnhill is encouraged by the increased number of students participating in football, volleyball and cross country considering they all start before the school year.


“It’s all about having the right personalities coaching our students” he said. 

From left: Chris Barnhill, interim athletic director; Brad Namdar, boys soccer coach; Greg Kimber, Booster Club president; Ernest Cerda, ND staff and coach; and Gil Sandoval, Booster Club vice president, attended the alumni association's Bulldog Breakfast on July 26. 

ND's new soccer coach: Brad Namdar

North Dallas has a new soccer coach in Brad Namdar, who was formerly director of operations with the SMU soccer team.

Namdar, 25, brings a wealth of soccer experience to the program, which includes working as a coaching apprentice to former FC Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman.  

I have had the pleasure of playing soccer my entire life, and I started coaching when I was 17 years old,” Namdar said in an email. “I have been fortunate enough to be part of many nationally recognized soccer programs.”

This summer, Namdar has already been working with some of the team members on renovating the locker room, planting grass seeds on the field and creating an off-season strength and conditioning program.

Players have been coming in three to four times a week to work on their strength and conditioning followed by open gym, Namdar said.

“I have met the team and am very excited about the boys,” Namdar said.

Namdar said he is familiar with the ND soccer program. The Bulldogs were 18-4 last season, losing to Longview Pine Tree in the fourth round of the playoffs. The Bulldogs have advanced to the playoffs for the past eight years. 

North Dallas is losing six seniors from last year’s team.

That being said, the team has 13 returning varsity players that have game experience,” Namdar said. “At the same time, I can also say that we have five players who I have personally made sure are being recruited to play at the college level. So, at this time, we have at least five players who, in my opinion, can compete at the college level.”

Namdar, a Plano West High graduate, has high hopes for the Bulldogs.

“If everything goes according to plan; my boys meet my expectations in the classroom, we have the quality training sessions that we need on the field and in the weight room; I expect to elevate our program to be ranked in the top three in the state.”

For the complete interview with Coach Namdar, visit

Members of the soccer team help paint the locker rooms.


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School News


Coach Dixon resigns as ND athletic coordinator

Aug 17, 2014 • by gary pina • North Dallas High School Booster Club
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Meet Brad Namdar, new ND soccer coach

Aug 17, 2014 • North Dallas High School Booster Club
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Former FC Dallas head coach and former SMU head coach Schellas Hyndman worked with Brad Namdar, his Estagio coach More

2013-14 was a successful year at ND

Jul 23, 2014 • by gary pina • North Dallas High School Booster Club
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Athletic Director Carlton Dixon answers a few questions about the past school year at North Dallas High. Q. As athletic director, are you pleased with th More

Top winners at the NDHS Sports Banquet

May 16, 2014 • North Dallas High School Booster Club
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August 21, 2014 Football 2014 NDHS football schedule
August 16, 2014 Cross Country 2014 NDHS Cross Country Schedule
August 16, 2014 Football 2014 NDHS Freshman/JV football schedule
April 1, 2014 Girls' Softball JV Softball Schedule 2014
February 28, 2014 Track & Field 2013-14 Track and field schedule
February 9, 2014 Girls' Softball Girls' Varsity Softball Schedule 2014
January 16, 2014 Baseball 2014 NDHS Boys JV baseball schedule
January 16, 2014 Baseball 2014 NDHS Boys Varsity baseball schedule
January 12, 2014 Girls' Soccer 2014 NDHS Girls soccer schedule
January 9, 2014 Boys' Soccer 2014 NDHS Boys soccer schedule

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TBAGirls volleyball at Eustace Tournament


6:00pmSamuel/Madison/North Dallas scrimmage at Pleasant Grove Stadium


9:00amND cross country at 30th annual Greenhill/Luke's Locker 6-mile Relay at Norbuck Park


7:00pmGirls varsity volleyball at Pinkston


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