North Side High School

  • School Calendars and Hours

    Changes are coming to NSHS 2022-2023!  See the links below for the current school calendar and our hours. 

    Traditional School Calendar

    Traditional Campus Hours 

    The Bell Schedule will be uploaded when it is finalized.  Don't forget you can log into FOCUS for personal schedule information and teachers will be outside classroom doors to direct you to the proper locations.  

  • Remember to contact the main Counselor Switchboard at 817-814-4030, just in case someone is on call or out for the day.  The next available counselor will be free to help you.


    9th & 10th  (A - C) & 9th/10th (P-TECH) :  Allison Komorowski

    9th & 10th  (D - Mora) : Jai Davis

    9th & 10th  (Morales-Z) :  Maria Bustamante Blanchard, Lead Counselor     


    11th & 12th  (A-E) &11th (P-TECH) : Mary Markos-Jian                 

    11th & 12th  (F-N) :  Angela Durham           

    11th & 12th  (O-Z) :  Valerie Cail  

  • Online Books

    Check out the Getting Books page of the library website for a full list of places to get digital books.  Sign-in information is either your email log in or the district login under Classlink: Library Media Online Databases.  In Library Media Online, just find your choice on the menu and the log in is provided.  Need suggestions for the whole family

    State Reading Lists

    • Tayshas - A high school reading list for the State of Texas; based upon teen reader voting (ex. Children of Blood and Bone, Pudge & Predjudice)

    • Lone Star - A reading list for grades 6, 7 and 8 to encourage recreational reading (ex. Holes, Lupe Wong Won't Dance)

    • Maverick - Recommended graphic novels for grades 6 - 12 (ex. Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed, Mighty Jack)

    • Topaz - Nonfiction gems for all ages (ex. Year of the Rabbit, The Book of Rosy: A Mother's Story of Separation at the Border )

    • Lariat - Outstanding fiction published during the year that merits special attention from adult readers (ex. The Five Wounds, Olympus Texas )

    • 2x2 - Recommended books for children aged two to grade two to encourage voluntary reading (ex. Chez Bob, Alma and How She Got Her Name)

    • Bluebonnet - Texas students (3-6) announce the Texas Bluebonnet Award nominees each year at the Texas Book Festival (ex. The One Thing You'd Save, Once Upon a Camel)

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