Chiefs of 2015-16

Chiefs highlights

MIRA Awards

"The Escambia County Public Schools Foundation honored 68 of Escambia County’s outstanding creative high school seniors at the 2016 Mira Creative Arts Awards Ceremony." Read more: »

The following students from Northview received an award:

Jessica Amerson, Yearbook
Tamara Barrows, Visual Arts
Cheyenne Gray, Visual Arts
Abbie Johnson, Instrumental Music
Bethany Reynolds, Yearbook
Elizabeth Sanders, Visual Arts
Jordan Taylor, Yearbook
Harmoni Till, Theatre
Bradley Van Pelt, Writing
Haylee Weaver, Public Speaking

Parent Satisfaction Survey

Parents, the Escambia County School District is committed to becoming a premier school district in the United States. To continue moving forward in this journey to excellence, we are gathering data from stakeholders to determine where we are as a district and to set realistic, measurable goals for continuous improvement.


The Parent Satisfaction Survey allows parents to provide input on parent engagement for each school. The survey can be accessed online at


The online Parent Satisfaction Survey will be open from March 28-April 28. We will send home paper copies of the survey as well. Please return paper copies to the school by April 21st.

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    Senior Academic Awards

    "The top of the Class of 2016 from Escambia County’s high schools were recognized Thursday [March 31] as the Escambia County Public Schools Foundation hosted the 2016 Senior Academic Awards program." Read more: »

    TOP FIVE: Jessica AmersonMoriah McGahan, Bethany Reynolds, David Thorpe, Madison Weber DISCIPLINES: Haylee Weaver, Career & Technology; Bradley Van Pelt,English; Lawrence Douglas, Foreign Language; Jensyn Warner, Math; Jessica Amerson, Science; Jada Tucker, Social Studies.

    Century Chamber of Commerceís Student of the Year

    Congratulations to Trevor Levins for being named the Century Chamber of Commerceís Student of the Year.

    Northview's Teacher of the Year Also Recognized

    as Highest Impact Teacher

    Ms. Calloway received double honor in February: not only was she honored at the Golden Apple Dinner for being Northview’s teacher of the year, but also she was recognized as a highest impact teacher in the state.
     In a letter dated February 24, Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart congratulated Ms. Calloway for being one of the highest impact teachers in the state:
    “On behalf of the state of Florida, I would like to congratulate you for being one of the highest impact teachers in the state! ln a recent analysis of your former students' performance on statewide standardized assessments, for which a state level value-added model (VAM) score is calculated, the Florida Department of Education found that your impact on student learning is among the most statistically-significantly positive in the state.”

    Northview Student Named National Merit Finalist

    Jessica Amerson has been notified that she is a National Merit Finalist.  Congratulations, Jessica!

    Miss NHS 2016

    Congratulations to Peighton Dortch, crowned Miss NHS 2016.

    Other awards are as follows:

    Maddi Weber, First Runner-up; Jadlyn Agerton, Second Runner-up; Amber Freeman, Miss Congeniality; Maddi Weber, Miss Hospitality; Peighton Dortch, Miss Physical Fitness; Jadelyn Agerton, Miss Poise and Appearance.

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    Natalie Barrow's Artwork Recognized

    Natalie Barrow won second place in the painting category and first place in the mixed media category for Escambia County School District. Her art work will be on display at the Pensacola Museum of Art along with art by Gavin Coon, Emma Fennell, Gabriel Kline, Camilla Windham, and Tara Windham until February 13.

    Manna Food Drive: Auburn Fans Win

    Alabama, Auburn, University of Florida, and Florida State fans competed for this year’s Manna Food Drive. The following were the results:
    Auburn: 243.76
    University of Florida: 109.2
    Alabama: 107.4
    Florida State: 44.2
    TOTAL: 504.56 pounds

    National Chapter Award

    "The Northview High School FFA chapter was awarded one of the highest national honors presented by the National FFA this week in Louisville, KY." Read more: »

    Northview Teacher Receives Governorís Shine Award

    Govorner Rick Scott presented the Governorís Shine Awards to Ms. Anna Barry on October 27. Read more: »

    Voice of Democracy Essay Winner

    "Northview High School sophomore Dykota Wilson has been named the local winner of the local Voice of Democracy 2015-2016 essay contest." Read more: »

    Northview Yearbook Receives Top Columbia Scholastic Press Association Award for the second consecutive year.

    The Tribal Spirit yearbook staff has earned the Columbia Scholastic Press Association GOLD Award two years in a row! The staff earned a total of 908 points out of a possible 1000 for their 2015 Tribal Spirit yearbook. The reference section scored 192 out of a possible 200 points.

    Columbia Scholastic Press Association stated, "You and your staff worked very hard to produce a very solid outstanding publication. The staff made sure that every activity, sport, club, student life, etc. was covered. Very nice job! It was a pleasure to have been part of your community. Lots of luck for 2016!"

    Homecoming Queen

    "Savanna Roux was named Northview High Schoolís homecoming queen for 2015." Read more: »

    Northview High School Electives:

  • Northview's Electrifying Music Videos

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    The Wobble video »

    Can You Feel It »


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Northview's State/County Links

  • School Improvement Plan
  • School Public Accountability Report
  • School Financial Report
  • Health Permit
  • Health Inspection
  • Title I District PIP
  • Title I Northview's PIP