Northside High School (Columbus, Georgia)

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Northside High School
Location
2002 American Way
Columbus, Georgia 31903

United States
Coordinates 32°34′17″N 84°56′07″W / 32.571324°N 84.935414°W / 32.571324; -84.935414Coordinates: 32°34′17″N 84°56′07″W / 32.571324°N 84.935414°W / 32.571324; -84.935414
Information
Type Public engineering, engineering design, and biomedical science academy
Established August 23, 1992
Principal

Marty Richburg

Señor Laney
Enrollment ~1,300
Color(s)              Red, white, and blue
Mascot Patriots
Information (706) 748-2920
Partners in Education Bytewise, Chick-fil-A, Columbus Quarry, Columbus Technical College, Maximus, Inc., Pratt-Whitney
Website

Northside High School is located in Columbus, Georgia, United States. It was founded in 2002. Originally, the mascot was planned to be the Wolverine, but after the September 11 attacks, the mascot was changed to the Patriot. Northside is known for its rivalry with Columbus High School, as they are the top two high schools in Columbus.

Activities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • Baseball
  • Boys'/girls' basketball
  • Cheerleading (competition and football)
  • Chess team
  • Cross country
  • Drill team
  • Football
  • Boys'/girls' golf
  • Patriot Marching Band
  • JROTC Raiders
  • Rifle: 2005, 2006, and 2007 State Champions
  • Boys'/girls' soccer
  • Softball
  • Swim Team
  • Boys'/girls' tennis team
  • Boys'/girls' track and field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling: Area Champions 2005
  • Northside Patriots Marching Band

Clubs and organizations[edit]

Northside clubs and organizations include the following:

Publications[edit]

The yearbook is produced by students in the Yearbook class, a split class lasting all year. The school newspaper is written by the school's journalism class. The literary magazine is written by the journalism class and select students who turn in their original work.

  • Amor Patriae, yearbook
  • The Patriot Reveille, newspaper
  • The Lantern, literature/art magazine

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