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EE Smith Driving Directions Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 03 May 2005
Driving directions to EE Smith High School

1800 Seabrook Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
(910) 483-0153

To get to EE Smith High School from the EAST (Greenville Area)

Take US-264 W toward Wilson
Take the US-301 exit 43 to (US-117 S)/Kenly/ Wilson
Turn left at US-301 S and Continue on US-301 N
Bear right at US-301 S and Continue on N Church St
Bear right into the I-95 S entry ramp
Take the I-95-BR S exit 56 to Fayetteville/Fort Bragg/Pope AFB
Take the I-95-BR S/US-301 S ramp
Merge into I-95-BR S
Continue on N Eastern Blvd
Turn right at Grove St
Continue on Rowan St and Bear right at Murchison Rd
Turn right at Langdon St

Turn left at Seabrook Rd

 

To get to EE Smith High School from the SOUTH ( Wilmington area):

Take US-17 S/US-421 N/US-74 W/US-76 W
Continue toward Old Stage Rd and Bear right at NC-87
Continue on NC-87 until you meet US-401-BR-N
Continue on US-401-BR N
Take the NC-24/NC-87 N exit
Turn right at Bragg Blvd
Turn left at W Rowan St
Turn left at Murchison Rd
Turn right at Langdon St
Turn left at Seabrook Rd

 

Click here to download printable directions and a map. (in .Doc format)

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