According to the 2000 census data, Sells, GA was home to 876 residents, residing in 304 households, with 227 families making up the community. The town’s population density stood at 1,061.2 individuals per square mile (409.7/km2), with 325 housing units averaging 393.7 per square mile (152.0/km2). The town’s racial composition was diverse, with 79.22% identifying as White, 3.08% as African American, 0.34% as Native American, 5.94% as Asian, and 9.02% representing other racial backgrounds. Additionally, 2.40% of the population identified with two or more races, while 20.09% identified as Hispanic or Latino.
Within these 304 households, approximately 37.5% included children under the age of 18, reflecting a community where families were prevalent. Furthermore, 58.2% of households were occupied by married couples living together, 8.9% were headed by a female householder without a husband present, and 25.3% were categorized as non-family households. Single individuals accounted for 21.7% of all households, and 6.6% of households had a resident aged 65 years or older. On average, households consisted of 2.88 individuals, while families had an average size of 3.35 members.