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About Northwestern

Mascot: Wildcat
School Colors:  Green & White
Yearbook:  Expedition
Newspaper:  Paw Prints

Flint Northwestern High School is located in Flint, Michigan and is part of the Flint Community School District. The school was built in 1964 and welcomed its first year of students in September of that year.  After initial construction, the high school was dedicated to the Flint Community Schools Board of Education by Claude E. Stout in April of 1965.  Additions to the building were a swimming pool in November 1964, drivers training range in December 1964 and the Guy V. Houston football stadium in the Fall of 1967. Originally serving students in grades 10-12, the school now serves students in grades 8-12. 


Preparing all students as well-rounded college and career-ready individuals, that will lead the way to a brighter tomorrow


We value and respect all people

Instructional best practices daily

Learning is active, available, accessible, and appropriate for every student

Determining what is best for our students and acting on it with expedience

Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Creativity are valued and incorporated into everything we do

Academics, Athletics, Activities, Arts: fostering a winning tradition

Trust is built and established with all stakeholders

Safe and supportive learning environment