Triton High School (North Carolina)

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Triton High School
Triton High School (North Carolina)
215 Maynard Lake Rd


United States
Coordinates 35°20′18″N78°39′54″W / 35.338197°N 78.665096°W / 35.338197; -78.665096 Coordinates: 35°20′18″N78°39′54″W / 35.338197°N 78.665096°W / 35.338197; -78.665096
School type Public
Established1985(36 years ago) (1985)
School districtHarnett County Schools
CEEB code 341220
PrincipalRyan McNeill
Staff75.27 (FTE) [1]
Enrollment1,267 (2018–19) [1]
Student to teacher ratio16.83 [1]
Color(s)Blue and gray
Team nameHawks
Feeder schoolsCoats-Erwin Middle School,
Dunn Middle School

Triton High School is a traditional public high school which opened in October 1985, which currently houses 1,308 students in grades nine through twelve, and 126 instructional staff members. Triton is one of six high schools in the Harnett County School System.



Triton offers the following sports:

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