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Welcome to the Home of the Marching Vikings!

Northland High School of Columbus City Schools

Our Mission:

NIMPA is a non-profit organization whose purpose is:

To lend all possible moral, physical, and financial support to the instrumental music program of Northland High School, and

To cooperate and communicate with NHS administrators, Instrumental Music directors and parents, to ensure that the Instrumental Music Program is maintained at the highest possible degree of efficiency of operation.


Current News

Der Dutchman Order Pick-Up MONDAY, November 24

Pick up your orders.  All items must be picked up on Monday, after school.  Your promptness will be appreciated.  Students may take items home.

Spring 2016 Trip

Are you ready to travel to Chicago in 2016??  You can today!  Go to the Bright Spark website and register to reserve your student's spot.  $50 registration fee is required.  You may consider adding RGP (Refund Guarantee Protection) for an additional $54.  If the trip is canceled by the organization, all of your money is refunded.  If you must cancel due to unforeseen circumstances, the RGP will refund all money except the initial RGP.  The tour web code is 6330791. Register by November 25, 2014!


CCS Band Invitational Order Form

If you would like to order a video of Saturday's Marching Band performances, please download and send in the order form.  Please contact Michelle Leasor at Marion Franklin if you have additional questions. 

Our Time is Halftime

Friday nights mean Halftime shows!  Not only can you cheer on the marching Vikings during the games, but support them as a chaperone or in hospitality.  

Each game needs a group of chaperones.  Chaperones ride buses to away games, sit with the band during the games, and escort members during break times. Contact Debbie DeLisle if you are interested.  Game to game commitment.

Help out with hospitality.  Missy Brown and Beth Miller could use a couple extra hands distributing water, cookies, and ice pops at the third quarter break.  Great way to meet all of the kids.  Contact Missy Brown or Beth Miller for more information.  Game to game commitment.

Uniform Repair

If you check out the Northland Music History, you'll also see that our uniforms date back to the mid 1990s.  Nothing lasts forever, but with a little help from you, these uniforms can last a little longer.  Contact Michelle Clayton if you can help with hemming and repairs.

If you are interested in donating to the Rick Eckler Uniform fund, please contact our treasurer, Zack Clayton.