The mission of AFJROTC is to "develop citizens of character dedicated to serving our nation and community." Cadets are expected to strive for and maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity. To do so, they must understand the United States Air Force core values: Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence In All We Do.
The AFJROTC curriculum includes aerospace related academic instruction and leadership training. Our Cadet Corps is led and managed by cadet officers and cadet non-commissioned officers. It is through this cadet organization that cadets learn management and leadership skills. The experiences our cadets gain in various positions afford them an excellent opportunity to develop important skills and traits, such as integrity, self-confidence, self-esteem, how to lead and how to follow, all of which will benefit our cadets later in whatever career they pursue after high school.
Levertis Davis, Jr., Lt Col (retired)
Robert Verastiqui, SMSgt. (retired)
Colleen Curl, CMSgt (retired)
PURPOSE OF ATHLETICS AT HOLMES/NSITE HIGH SCHOOL
The Holmes/NSITE High School Athletic Program plays an integral part of a student's total educational experience and in their development as well-rounded students.
The purpose of our athletic program is to leave a legacy of success in the lives of our student-athletes.
We work to promote high academic standards along with developing strong character. Our coaches are committed to developing our young men and women to be the best possible student, athlete, and citizen they can possibly become through the spirit of competition. Coaches will motivate our student/athletes to always put forth their best effort in the development of their character, talents, and academic success.
We are extremely proud of our Holmes/NSITE High School student-athletes because of the poise, character, and self-discipline they exhibit during competitions. They exemplify what it means to be a well-rounded student at Holmes/NSITE High School.
We encourage you to show your support by finding a game near you on our Athletic Website.
Enjoy the seasons!
- CROSS COUNTRY
- SWIMMING & DIVING
- TRACK & FIELD
All athletes must have their physical and online paperwork complete before receiving equipment and/or participating. The online paperwork link is: https://northsideisd.rankonesport.com/new/home.aspx
Any questions please contact our athletic trainer Kristy Garza at firstname.lastname@example.org or Samantha Ritchie at email@example.com.
For district athletic information please go to NISD Athletic website HERE
Chief Colleen Curl
Since 2009, CyberPatriot’s National Youth Cyber Defense Competition has challenged teams of two to six students to secure simulated computer systems and resolve real-life cybersecurity situations faced by industry professionals. The competition provides students hands-on experience securing computer networks while exciting, educating, and motivating them toward careers in cybersecurity and other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
The National Final Competition is the only in-person round, where teams compete to defend virtual networks and mobile devices from a professional aggressor team. The National Finalists also face-off in three additional competition components: the Cisco Networking Challenge, the Leidos Digital Forensics Challenge, and the Facebook Cybersecurity Challenge.
The CyberPatriot competition provides students with skills that can be used in the work force once they graduate high school.
In recent history, our Husky IT Academy accomplishments include:
2015 1st Open Division in the State San Antonio Mayor’s Cup Award
2016 1st Air Force JROTC team in the state 2nd in the U.S. region Air Force JROTC moved on to be 1 of 13 teams to compete in the CyberPatriot National Final Competition
2017 Cisco All Service National Champions 4th in the nation in the All Service Division
JOIN OUR TEAM!
Cyber Patriot accepts ALL students in ALL Academies. For more information contact Chief Colleen Curl email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Fine Arts plays a large role on our campus. Everyone is invited to join.
Art Band Cheer Choir Dance Team Drum Line Flags Mariachi Orchestra Pep Squad Theatre Arts
Pablo Muniz and Alexandria Harris
Emily Peterson and Miranda Garcia
Student Council is an organization where we aspire students to become leaders on our campus and within the community. The students are volunteer their time to create a unified atmosphere on the campus by organizing events that pertain to all students and staff.
This prepares them to become leaders in the outside community after high school graduation.
Who can join? Anyone interested in making our campus great.
Elections held yearly for offices in April. Applications for officer positions can be picked up from sponsors.
Come help be a part of the Husky community!