Future Falcons is a group coordinated by Northwood Hills Elementary School and the NHE Parent-Teacher Association to provide a variety of opportunities for families with one or more children age 5 and under to learn about and find ways to get connected at our wonderful neighborhood school. Our mission is to build a strong sense of community while promoting and encouraging families find connections and get involved at Northwood Hills Elementary.


Have children that are already school-aged? Check out our New Falcon Families page by clicking here.


Join over 150 of your neighbors and stay up to date on upcoming Moms' Night Out, play dates, family events, couples social events, and everything Northwood Hills. 


Email List: Join our email list by clicking here. 

Future Falcons Facebook Group: Join the Facebook Group by clicking here.

Questions: Email the NHE PTA Future Falcons Committee Chairs at futurefalcons@nhepta.org. 

Please feel free to invite your neighborhood friends!


Each fall, NHE PTA Future Falcon Committee hosts an NHE Prospective Parent Information Night. Parents new to the area or with incoming kindergartners are invited to hear from the Principal, staff, and current parents along with socializing with other incoming families. If you missed the 2018 Prospective Parent Night, check out our NHE calendar for opportunities to attend any of our PTA events, Spring School Tour, and Future Falcons activities throughout the year. 


Each spring, NHE hosts Kindergarten Roundup where parents of children who will be 5 years old prior to September 1 will receive information about the school along with directions for enrolling their student. 


In order to secure your child's place at NHE for the coming year, you must enroll your student as soon as possible. Please contact the school office at 469-593-4300 for more information on how to access online enrollment. The school office closes in June and early July and reopens for enrollment in July. For more information, please contact the school. Along with completed enrollment paperwork you will need the following information:

  • Birth certificate
  • Your child's Social Security Card
  • Complete immunization records (date, month and year of every immunization received)
  • Proof of residency (water, electric or gas bill for homeowners or apartment lease with the parent's name)
  • Parents/Guardian ID (driver's license, state issued ID or Passport)

Please contact the school office for any additional information.



The mission of Northwood Hills is to provide all learners with opportunities for growth through profound curriculum, 21st century learning tools, and real-world applications.


How we rank

  • Academic Achievement in Science 
  • Met Standard under TEA Accountability System in 2022

Highly Qualified Staff

  • 100% of our Teachers are TEA Certified and “Highly Qualified” under state standards.
  • 25% of our staff hold or are currently earning post graduate degrees.
  • NHE has exceptional support staff, including an Instructional Coach, Math Specialist and
    Reading Specialist.
  • All NHE teachers and staff are trained on the latest teaching strategies for engaging,
    expanding and accelerating students’ learning.
  • Students and teachers utilize the latest technology including 1:1 iPad implementation.
  • Individualized instruction through the use of differentiation strategies and daily small group



Extra-Curricular Activities and Programs

  •  All students attend Think Tank, a hands-on, discovery-based math and science lab, where they are challenged with advanced experiments and problem-solving activities. NHE is one of few elementary campuses with a dedicated math/science lab.
  • NHE has implemented school-wide Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program, Sanford Harmony.
  • All students and staff are encouraged to model and practice all Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS) strategies taught by teachers.
  • Students patriciate in Accelerated Reader, a reading incentive program, where online reading tests are used to build students’ comprehension skills. 
  • Our Sixth Grade, Courtesy Patrol, students greet students every morning and help with dismissal in the afternoon
  • Peer Mediators provide students with problem-solving skills
  • K-FLY Video Announcements led by students and streamed live into classrooms
  • Award Winning Choir (5th and 6th Grade)
  • Band & Orchestra (6th Grade)
  • Art Club
  • Destination Imagination
  • Lone Star Challenge Academic Competition
  • UIL Competitions
  • Pride Rallies and Rewards Programs every nine weeks
  • Future Falcons events to support and build relationships with incoming students and families