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Southeast Academy High School

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Our Motto: "Excellence Is Our Standard" Southeast Academy High School could be the key to your future. To schedule your Interview for our 2020/2021 school year email mschafer@nlmusd.org  Students are welcome to apply from any surrounding school districts. Our staff will assist you with your permit.  We are a public school of choice no fees. If you are ready to be challenged in the classroom, and want to improve on your leadership skills we are the school for you. "Failure Is Not An Option" 100% Graduation Rate Be Ready!
Staff email: Office 365

Mission and Vision Statement

 

Mission

Southeast Academy High School's counseling program, in collaboration with parents, staff and community, shall empower young men and women to unlock their potential through a program of college and career exploration, social development and leadership training within a structured environment. The school counselor advocates for equity, access and student success by identifying and addressing barriers, allowing students to become responsible, productive citizens and lifelong learners. We embrace personal excellence in everything we do!

Vision

The counseling department of Southeast Academy prepares self-directed, ethical young men and women who value the importance of continued academic and career education and are prepared for responsible leadership. Students will successfully navigate the many complexities of an ever-changing world, understand what it takes to be an effective leader and team member, and have the foundation for future success as productive citizens.

 
School Counseling Program Beliefs:

1. All students shall have access to a school counselor who advocates for their academic, career and social/emotional needs.


2. All students have the ability to be academically successful and productive members of society.


3. Student achievement and attendance data must drive the school counseling program goals, lessons, and small group topics.


4. Alignment with the ASCA national model is imperative for a school counseling program to ensure all areas of student need (academic, college/career, and social/emotional) are addressed.