School Programs and Services

Selma High School offers a variety of programs and clubs to support our students both academically as well as socially. We believe these programs support our school mission of "Every Student Achieving High Expectations" and work to provide opportunities for students to participate. 


The SHS Harry Hoegh Library is the media hub on campus for both staff and students. The library not only provides print resources for individuals looking for research support or recreational reading, but also has available technology for student to work on assignments, print out materials, check out ebooks or audiobooks, as well as digital readers. The library is open early in the morning to late into the evening to allow students access to materials and a place for study or collaboration. Visit the library homepage for access to Destiny, databases, and more!

Library Hours

Monday/Wed/Thur/Friday 7:00 am - 6:15 pm

Tuesday 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

After School Program

The SHS After School Program (ASP) offers a variety of academic and enrichment programs for students to become involved in after the school day ends. Visit the ASP website for additional information about the program as well as applications to participate.

Upward Bound Program

The Selma High Upward Bound Program is open to 9th -10th grade students by application and interview. The purpose of Upward Bound is to prepare students with the skills to complete high school and successfully complete college. Opportunities include weekly tutorials, Saturday academies, college trips and a 4 week summer internship at Reedley College. Contact Jonmari Loving for more information and an application to participate!

Empower 3000

As a means of supporting literacy in our 9th and 10th grade classrooms, all student have a access to the online reading program, Empower 3000. Visit the webpage to log in, see contest results, and learn more about implementation at SHS.

Doctor's Academy

Doctor's Academy, a partnership program with UCSF, is open to all 9th-12th graders through an application process. The Selma High School Doctor's Academy is open through application to ninth and tenth grade students.  Students in the DA take a rigorous course of study, participate in Saturday sessions, listen to guest speakers, attend workshops, visit colleges and are involved in engaging hands-on science activities.

The SHS Doctor's Academy provides the guidance and support for students to complete high school, attend college with an emphasis of study in the medical profession with the goal of returning to the community of Selma or surrounding area as a practicing professional in the field of medicine.

For additional information about the SHS Doctor's Academy visit their website or their Facebook page.

Career Technical Education through Valley Regional Occupational Program

The primary goal of Valley Regional Occupational Program (VROP) is to promote, support and provide exemplary career technical education, career development, and workforce preparation that contribute to student academic and career success and to the economic development of California.

More information the SHS ROP program and offered courses can be found here or access the Valley ROP webpage.


Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps

Selma High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps was established in 1994 and is a four year program designed to instill leadership in education, management, discipline, and confidence. The program at Selma High is open to all students and has been recognized in multiple years as a "Most Outstanding Program". More info is available at the SHS MCJROTC website.