Smithfield-Selma High School is a public high school located in Smithfield, North Carolina. It is locally referred to as simply "SSS" (pronounced 'Triple S').
The school is part of Johnston County Schools.HistorySmithfield-Selma High School opened its doors in September 1969 and graduated its first class in June 1970. The school opened with about 1400 students in grades 10 through 12. There were 34% black and 66% white. There were 75 faculty members and support staff, two assistant principals, two secretaries and a bookkeeper.The creation of the school
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We are a non-profit booster club that supports the robotics club at SSS High School. They are also known as f[x] Robotics. FRC Team 6004.
Johnston County Public Schools is located in eastern NC and serves more than 37,000 students within our 48 fully accredited schools.
We are a Johnston County community competitive robotics team hosted by Smithfield-Selma High School.
NCS is a free public school, chartered by North Carolina and funded by state and county per pupil al
The goal of Student Services is to provide support and resources for students so they can be successful academically as well as socially and emotionally.