North Shore Senior High
North Shore Senior High School is committed to provide all the necessary resources and strategies so that students reach a high level of academic achievement through rigorous and relevant content to ensure all students exceed state and national standards.
SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING
Galena Park ISD has set up an anonymous tipline for any student, parent, or employee who may have information that might affect the safety of our students or staff.
NSSH Student Council
Raises Over $4000 for Toys
to Give to the Less Fortunate Students in GPISD
Galena Park ISD
Internet Safety Poster Contest
The theme for the 2014-2015 Contest is "Privacy or Private". One of the theme words must be included in a slogan on the poster. Students must come up with an original slogan that includes one of the theme word choices, Privacy or Private. Only new pieces of artwork inspired by the theme may be submitted.
Due Date: March 6, 2015
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Free/Reduced Meal Application
Pre-Pay Meal Accounts PAMS
Congratulations to OUR Principal!
Dr. Joe Coleman has been named as a 2014 Finalist for H-E-B's Excellence in Education Award. Dr. Coleman attributes this accolade to the hard work of his students and staff. "You know, this came as a surprise to me. I definitely could not have been in consideration for this award if it were not for my teachers and the wonderful things they do for our kids. I am truly honored!" Although he is very modest, it should be noted that Dr. Coleman has received recognition from H-E-B in his previous tenures as principal (2007: San Angelo Central High School, 2010: Fort Bend Willowridge High School).
Girls' Basketball Holiday Success
The girls basketball team won the prestigious McDonalds Texas Invitational before the holidays.
They defeated Klein Collin, San Antonio Brennan, and Mansfield Summit to advance to the gold bracket.
There they defeated Desoto 50-48 on a last second shot by Tiffany Arceneaux. Chasity Patterson had 12 points.
They defeated Cy Woods in the Championship game 57-54. Chasity Patterson had 18 pts, Adrii Jackson had 15, Alyssa Okoene had 10.
Kayla Mack was great defensively all weekend.
Chasity Patterson was named all tournament and Adriiana Jackson was named the tournament MVP.
On Monday, they returned to action by beating Atascocita 65-56. Tre Norris and Adrii Jackson had 11 points, Tiffany Areceneaux added 10.
Long Standing Records Broken
Here's some great news about the GPISD Aquatics Program! Some of these records broken date back to the 80's.
The following North Shore Mustang school records were broken:
200 IM (2:15.84)
100 Back (1:02.51)
100 Free (55.29)
200 Medley Relay (2:00.44)
Back-Claire Marks, Breast-Brenda Arguello, Fly-Genesis Rio-Garza, Free-Ashley Flores
200 Freestyle Relay (1:50.19)
Ashley Flores, Brenda Arguello, Monica Flores, and Samantha Cantu
400 Freestyle Relay (3:52.58)
Claire Marks, Ashley Flores., Brenda Arguello, and Samantha Cantu
Kirk Phelps broke his own school record from last year at the Deer Park Invite on October 24th scoring 283.65 improving score by 27 points.
Cross Country Update
This Saturday the boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Atascocita HS to compete in the Region III Cross Country Championships.
The Varsity boys came up short with a 13th place team finish. Eduardo Garcia NARROWLY missed an opportunity to qualify for the state meet this weekend by 3 individual spots!! Other scorers include: Jonathan Lara (64th), Mario Rodriguez (72th), Stephen Barker (99th) and Ray Guerrero (146th).
On the girls side, Claudia Santos finished 7th overall and will now race against the best in the state next weekend November 8th in Austin, TX. As a team the girls finished 18th and had help from: Ariana Cortez, Bianca Martinez, Kristian Diaz, Karen Rayas and Scarlet Zul.
We want to thank ALL the seniors for a GREAT season and hopefully have a good returning group ready for Spring Track and Field!!
The North Shore Mustangs, District Champions, defeated Converse Judson 57-45 in the 5A Boys' Basketball State Final Playoff on Saturday, March 8, 2014. The North Shore Mustangs are now the 2014 5A Boys' Basketball State Champions! Join us in celebrating North Shore's first ever Boys' Basketball State Championship victory... pure excitement!
***Class of 2015 Graduation***
The 2014-2015 Commencement will take place
Sunday, June 7th, 2015
@ NRG Stadium
Late Arrival Dates
There will be no late arrival on Feb 4th
***Parents ALL students should arrive to school no later than 8:45 am.***
1st Semester 2nd Semester
August – None January – 14, 21, 28
September – 17, 24 February – 11, 18
October – 1, 8, 29 March – 11
November – 5, 12, 19 April – 8, 22, 29
December – None May – None
June - None
Would you like to earn three certifications in one day for free?
Saturday, February 28, 2015
8:00 am- 11:30 am
To gain access to 3 certifications
Anybody can join.
North Shore Senior High
Project grad: gpisd employees Showcase of talents show
Friday, February 27, 2015
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
3:00 -7:00 p.m.
Registration: Entry Fee - $10.00 per Act
Scholarship Bulletin #4
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YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW
Get your 2015 Yearbook
It's only $65.00.
The price will increase in the New Year!
Purchase yours now!
Parent Involvement Calendar
Do yo want to become active in your student's education at NSSH? Check out this year's Parent Involvement Calendar!
ACT and Tutorials Test Dates
Cell Phone Policy
Cell phones must remain turned off, out of sight, and not used during the instructional day and while riding on school transportation, unless permitted by the teacher for instrucional purposes. Cell Phones will not be visible during the passing periods.
Consequences for improper electronic device usage will be:
- First infraction - The device will be confiscated; parents will be notified and must come to the school to retrieve the device.
- Second infraction - The device will be confiscated, parents will be notified, and a parent conference will be scheduled to review the Telecommunication Devices Policy.
- Third infraction - The device will be confiscated, parents will be notified, and the device will be held for a minimum of TWO WEEKS. A ten dollar fee will be assessed on the third infraction prior to the return of the device.
New Tutorial Schedule
College & Career Prep Lab Open
Do you to work on or need help with Career Decisions, College Applications, College Cost Questions, Financial Aid Assistance, Scholarships, or Signing up for the ACT; SAT; or TSIA. ***Come to Lab 191**
For More Assistance Contact Mr. Cosby, Academic Advisor, in Suite B or Mr.Simpson, College/Career Registrar in Room 128.
2014 - 2015
General School Supply List
Folders/Binders (for organization)
Mesh Backpack (must be see-through)
-NO permanent markers-
*Some classes may have a specific suppy list*
North Shore Senior's Counseling Team has been working diligently this year to re-structure our Counselor’s Corner. We have been so thrilled about the activities and participation of our students. We would like to reach more of our students, but the lack of technology to support them has been a major setback. We want to make sure our students have the materials they need to succeed, so we just created a request for Counselor’s Corner and poetry and prose at DonorsChoose.org
COUNSELOR'S CORNER TECHWORK is the name of the project. Every dollar counts.
Free ACT/SAT and ASVAB Tutorials
Please select the Quick Link "March2Success" to utilize the free tutorial website for ACT, SAT, and/or ASVAB. This website was created by the U.S. Department of Defense to prepare high school students for post-secondary opportunities.
EOC Online Tutorials
Here is a link to the online EOC tutorials. Please have your students who will retest practice these tutorials. Choose the link titled, "Texas-specific Testing Tools (ePAT)".
STAAR Testing Starts Spring 2014.
The resources on this website provide information and sample test questions to familiarize Texas educators and parents with the design and format of the STAAR assessments. The information is intended to help educators and parents understand how the new STAAR program measures the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) curriculum standards. These resources are intended to support, not narrow or replace, the teaching of the TEKS curriculum.