Southeastern Education Center

Providing 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students with targeted interventions & focused learning opportunities.

Southeastern Education Center (SEC) is a specialized behavioral reassignment school that provides up to 80 sixth through eighth grade students each semester with targeted interventions and focused learning opportunities. SEC has been a partnership school with Milwaukee Public Schools since 1998.

“The reason I attend Southeastern Education Center is because I sold a bb gun at school. At the time I thought it was cool, but once I thought over my actions I noticed that it was nothing cool about trying to do things that will make me look bad in the end…I will stay on track as far as grades go, and I will also try to stay as far away from the streets as I can. I will remain positive in life no matter what happens. I will graduate High School, go to College for business and management. I will do what I have to do to stay on my feet…”
-Jesse, SEC 8th grade student

Youth come to SEC with significant behavioral problems and personal learning challenges.  SEC is committed to helping them improve their academic skills, increase their attendance, and elevate positive behavior.  SEC is currently in the process of implementing a School Improvement Plan to meet the growing educational and behavioral needs of the students.  The plan outlines opportunities for building sound and secure relationships, emphasizing academic rigor, and creating relevance with activities that match students’ interests.

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Southeastern Education Center (SEC) is a specialized behavioral reassignment school that provides up to 80 sixth through eighth grade students each semester with targeted interventions and focused learning opportunities. SEC has been a partnership school with Milwaukee Public Schools since 1998.

“The reason I attend Southeastern Education Center is because I sold a bb gun at school. At the time I thought it was cool, but once I thought over my actions I noticed that it was nothing cool about trying to do things that will make me look bad in the end…I will stay on track as far as grades go, and I will also try to stay as far away from the streets as I can. I will remain positive in life no matter what happens. I will graduate High School, go to College for business and management. I will do what I have to do to stay on my feet…”
-Jesse, SEC 8th grade student

Youth come to SEC with significant behavioral problems and personal learning challenges.  SEC is committed to helping them improve their academic skills, increase their attendance, and elevate positive behavior.  SEC is currently in the process of implementing a School Improvement Plan to meet the growing educational and behavioral needs of the students.  The plan outlines opportunities for building sound and secure relationships, emphasizing academic rigor, and creating relevance with activities that match students’ interests.