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Freshman Orientation.......August 23rd, 6:00PM


Incoming 9th Graders , "The Class of 2020", and their parents are invited to attend "Freshman Orientation Night" at North Smithfield High School on Tuesday, August 23rd from 6:00-7:30 PM. This event will begin in the High School's  Potenza Auditorium. The purpose of this evening is to become familiar with school procedures, building layout and location of classes. Students will be issued their schedules and lockers at this time.  After a brief presentation, students will be allowed to walk the building and locate their classes and be sure they are able to access their lockers. Student volunteers and many faculty will be situated throughout the building to assist students with any concerns. I hope to see you there!


School Improvement Team...... Members Wanted


North Smithfield High School administration is seeking community volunteers for the 2016-2017 school year, to serve on the School Improvement Team.  Parents..... Business owners... Residents that want to be involved...  Please respond to Building Principal Tim McGee tmcgee [at] nsps [dot] us if interested.

Summer Hours

 North Smithfield High School Summer Hours


North Smithfield High School will be open from 7:00 AM to 2:00 PM Monday- Friday

Registration hours are on Tuesday & Wednesday  from 8:00AM -12:00 PM

Please use the main entrance, closest to the middle school.

Congratulations ......2015 Rhode Island NECAP Science Results

     Last week the Rhode Island Department of Education released the proficiency results for NECAP Science. This test measures the percentage of students that are at or above the "proficient" level in the area of Science.  North Smithfield made steady increases at the high school level over the past few years.  Last year,(2014 results)  52.1% of North Smithfield High School students tested, were proficient or above, in contrast to the Rhode Island state average of 30.1%.

     This year, 70.2% of North Smithfield students attained the proficiency or above status, while the Rhode Island state average is 31.5%.  According to the latest district results, North Smithfield High School has the highest Science proficiency scores in the entire state!  Proficiency scores in North Smithfield have risen a remarkable 42.8% since 2008 !

     Congratulations to our students and Science Department! Your hard work and dedication is paying off!


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