When I attended Southeast, the advanced placement program was a good fit. However, when students fall outside of the advanced placement program educational opportunities become more limited. The school itself has seen several structural improvements over the past few years, so that's an improvement. As far as a public school goes, I would say this one is middle of the road but if your child participates in the advanced placement program it would be upgraded from that designation.
I go to this school and i waste alot time doing nothing. I sit in the classroom waiting for class to end everyday because there is no work to be done. I dont like how the way teachers handle things, it just makes things worst. I learn nothing new.