Southeast Academy High School

Mission Statement

The Southeast Academy High School, in partnership with Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District and the Southeast Regional Occupational Program, provides rigorous and relevant academic high school curriculum to prepare highly motivated young men and women for careers in law enforcement, military, fire sciences and related fields.

The Academy is a highly structured, leadership-based education environment combined with a focus on Public Service Career Pathways. Leadership traits and principles are highly valued and enforced on a daily basis. Academy cadets will understand the relationship between academic achievement and success in the work place and will develop skills necessary to make well-informed career choices.

Southeast Academy High School

State funded public education high school

  • Highly structured, leadership-based education environment combined with a focus on Public Service Career Pathways in law enforcement, military and fire services
  • Provides a pathway to careers in law enforcement, military and fire services
  • Provides rigor, relevance, meaning, structure and cadet leadership in all academic and curriculum areas
  • Meets all district and state requirements for a high school diploma
  • Provides a high school diploma program in a small and self-contained learning environment
  • Provides a school environment where leadership traits and principles are highly valued and promoted on a daily basis
  • All teachers hold a valid teaching credential issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
  • Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Organization and Fiscal Data

  • Southeast Academy High School is a collaborative partnership with the Southeast Regional Occupational Program and Norwalk-La Mirada USD
  • Southeast Academy High School currently serves students from over 21 school districts
  • No registration or tuition fees

Student Services

  • College counseling
  • College Board SAT testing dates
  • Career guidance
  • Referrals to community based organizations and services
  • Certificate of Completions issued after demonstrating competencies related to career pathway(s)

Partnership with Business and Industry

  • Business leaders serve on advisory panels and validate curriculum
  • Provide unpaid and paid internships to cadets
  • Provide community service opportunities for cadets