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School Mascot: Huskies

School Colors: Hunter Green, Gold

Mission Statement:
Develop leaders in business and technology.


All students will be ready to meet the needs of a dynamic society.

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Brad Hebert - Principal
As the principal of NSITE, I look forward to supporting our future leaders in business and technology in partnership with our larger Holmes community. I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa in English and my Masters’ Degree in Educational Leadership from UTSA. I am proud that my entire professional career has been with Northside. I began teaching English Language Arts at Health Careers High School before spending almost six years as their Assistant Principal. After that, I moved from one of the smallest to one of the largest campuses to work as an Assistant Principal at Harlan High School. Now, I am happy to be back home in the magnet community supporting a very specialized group of students and families here at NSITE. It is my mission to ensure that all NSITE Huskies have an opportunity to explore, grow, and innovate so that when they graduate, they are ready to meet the needs of a dynamic world.
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Christie Szabo - Associate Principal

The Associate Principal also serves as the Campus Behavior Coordinator. They can be reached by email at christie.szabo@nisd.net or by phone at 210-397-7065.

I am excited to be part of the NSITE, Husky family. I have been with NISD going on 10 years and have served our NISD students and families in a variety of roles. I strongly believe that all students have the potential to make a positive impact on our world. It is our job as educators to nurture and develop that potential and to provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their skills. NSITE is where students will be challenged with engaging learning opportunities preparing them for success in high school and beyond. I am honored to be a part of their journey.

At NSITE I will primarily work with students with last names beginning with M - Z. I can be reached at christie.szabo@nisd.net or at 210-397-7065.

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Demetria Simmons
Academic Dean

As the Academic Dean of Holmes and NSITE High School, Mrs. Simmons is responsible for overseeing all of the academic programs for both campuses. Mrs. Simmons joined Northside ISD in 2007 as the Reading Specialist at Pease Middle School. Throughout her NISD career, she has worked at NAMs Middle School, Jones Middle School, and Harlan High School as the 504 and Testing Coordinator. She was appointed Admin. Intern at Pease Middle School in the Fall of 2018, where she served until she was named Academic Program Coordinator at Holmes High School. Mrs. Simmons currently serves as the Academic Dean at Holmes and NSITE High School. Mrs. Simmons earned her Bachelor's degree from The University of the Incarnate Word, Master's Degree from Concordia University, and her Doctorate from Capella University. She is a loving wife and a mother of a 9-year-old boy (who attends an NISD Elementary School) and a 1-year-old daughter. Her passion is advocating and supporting all children and shaping them for what their future brings. Contact Mrs. Simmons anytime at 210-397-7043 or via email: demetria.simmons@nisd.net  

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