Southeastern Regional offers a full and rigorous series of academic classes comparable to any comprehensive school. A common misconception about vocational school academics is that they are "easier" because students are only here to learn a trade.
In actuality, students who attend a vocational school who apply themselves are challenged more extensively than typical comprehensive school students because not only do vocational students have the opportunity to gain skills in a specific trade, but they will also be on track to attend a four year college by working through academic courses.
Our very small class sizes afford all students the opportunity to be exposed to honors level content and assignments while working in an integrated classroom on the core curriculum expectations. Academics in a 21st century vocational school are developed to ensure that students who take full advantage of our offerings will have more opportunities for high level jobs and greater success in their future.