Northside High School (Columbus, Georgia)

Northside High School (Columbus, Georgia)
Northside High School
2002 American Way
Columbus, GA 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
Type Public Engineering and Engineering Design and Technology Academy
Established August 19, 2002
Principal Mr. James Wilson
Enrollment ~1,300
Color(s)              Red, white, blue
Mascot Patriots
Information (706) 748-2920
Ratio 44 students to 1 teacher
Partners in Education Bytewise, Chick-fil-A, Columbus Quarry, Columbus Technical College, Maximus, Inc., Pratt-Whitney ,

Northside High School is a public high school located in Columbus, Georgia. Founded in 2002, Northside offers both honors and advanced placement courses within its college preparatory program. The school also offers an academy program, Engineering and Engineering Design and Technology, which is associated with Project Lead the Way. This program prepares students for fields in engineering, engineering design, architecture, and information technology.[1]



Northside High School was founded in 2002.



  • Baseball
  • Boys/Girls Basketball
  • Cheerleading (Competition, Football, and Basketball)
  • Chess Team
  • Cross Country
  • Drill Team
  • Football
  • Boys/Girls Golf
  • JROTC Raiders
  • Rifle: 2005, 2006, and 2007 State Champions
  • Boys/Girls Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swim Team
  • Boys/Girls Tennis Team
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling


Academic Decathlon; Art Club; Astronomy Club; BEST Robotics; DECA; Dinner Theater; Engineering Honor Society; FBLA; FIRST Robotics; HOSA; Japanese Club ; JROTC; Literary Magazine; Madrigal Dinner; Math Team; Mock Trial; Model United Nations; Mu Alpha Theta; National Honor Society; National Technical Honor Society; Northside Annual; Northside Newspaper; Northside Singers; One Act Play; Poetry Club; Science Honor Society; Skills USA; Spanish Club; Speech/Debate Team; TEAMS


Army Junior ROTC's mission is "to motivate young people to be better citizens." JROTC emphasizes a broad curriculum including Leadership Theory and Application, World Geography and Map Reading, Citizenship in American History, Financial Management, First Aid and much more.
Senior Army Instructor - LTC(R) Richard Brewer
Army Instructor - SGM(R) James Guynn

Command Group
Battalion Commander - C/LTC Matthew Sitler
Battalion Executive Officer - C/MAJ Aaron Teasley
Battalion Command Sergeant Major - C/CSM Ja'vae Thompson

S-1 - C/SGT Siera Jacobs
S-2 - C/SGT Chris Cowell
S-3 - C/MAJ Courtland Johnson
S-4 - C/CPT Chealsea Johnson
S-5 - C/PFC Andreea Cotlet

Company Commanders
Alpha Company Commander - C/CPT Xavieria Jeffers
Bravo Company Commander - C/CPT Pascal
Charlie Company Commander - C/CPT Bradley Durbin


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

Graduates attending service academies

Class of 2008
Michael Cousins - United States Air Force Academy

Class of 2009
Jean Roman - United States Military Academy
Ian Young - United States Military Academy
Andy Zittrauer - United States Naval Academy

Class of 2010
Lawrence Hoffman, III - United States Military Academy
Doug Ricketts - United States Coast Guard Academy
Zachary Zabel - United States Coast Guard Academy


  1. ^ MCSD School Profiles - Northside High School,; retrieved July 2007

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