Northside ISD is a small, rural school district with one school campus serving all students in grades K-12. The district was created in 1936 following the consolidation of several smaller schools. The current school building was constructed in 1942 after the original school was destroyed by fire a year earlier.
The Northside Indians won their first state championship ever in six-man football in 2006. School colors are maroon and white.
The school is building a new gym/library. It will be completed 2008-2009 school year.
Ed Donahue is the district's superintendent and athletic director. Other key officials as of mid-2007 include Cindy Riggins, principal; V. Ann Wilson, curriculum director; Donna Lee, business manager; and Melissia Humphrey, secretary.