Northridge High School
Northridge is a comprehensive academic high school with specialized programming and supports in order for every student to find success. Strong academic progression with plenty of elective courses provide students with a complement of appropriate choices for their intended pathway through high school. We believe every student can do whatever it is they set their minds to.Mission Statement: The mission of Northridge High School is to educate every child to achieve at his or her highest level, to learn to become accountable for his or her actions, to become a life-long learner who appreciates diversity, and to realize that one who conquers oneself, conquers all.
School HoursMonday: 9:00 am - 3:30 pmTuesday - Friday: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm Office Hours 7:00 am - 4:00 pmCall Main phone number 970-348-5200 Main fax number 970-348-5230 Attendance Office 970-348-5214 Health Clinic 970-348-5226 Cafeteria 970-348-5229 Transportation 970-348-6800Regular Bell Schedule: HEREVisit Email100 71st Avenue Principal: Insoon Olson, Ed.SGreeley, Colorado 80634 firstname.lastname@example.org• click HERE for a mapDistrict Information• click HERE for District 6 contact information
History of Northridge High School
Northridge High School was established in 2000-2001. The first year it was open, Greeley Central High School occupied the building as renovations were taking place on their 14th Avenue campus. The 2001-2002 school year was the first for Northridge High. It opened with 9th and 10th graders only. The inaugural seniors graduated in May, 2003.One unique aspect within Northridge tradition is the Rite of Passage. The beginning of the year is the Rite of Passage for the freshmen class. The assembly takes place on the first full day of the school year. Each class is presented with a totem and flag that they will bear for the school year.Freshmen totem: Self-Esteem; Sophomore totem: To-Improve;Junior totem: Partnership; and Senior totem: Success
The end of the year is the Rite of Passage for our seniors. It falls on the last full day of the school year. This ceremony ushers them from their totem of Success to the graduation protector; Domain of the Grizzly. The entire student body, family and friends watch our seniors parade out of the gym as symbolism of moving forward from their years as a high school student.