S E C E P Public School Consortium

Southeastern Cooperative Educational Programs

Closings & Delays

  • Our eight local school divisions are working diligently with parents and community stakeholders to ensure equitable and meaningful instructional delivery for students in the fall.  SECEP, as a regional public school consortium, will continue to support our divisions and follow their guidance as Virginia navigates through phase three.  Please check your division website for the most current information on topics related to COVID-19 and options that are being considered.  SECEP staff are eager to start working safely and effectively with students we serve in the Hampton Roads community.  We wish all of our students and their families safety and wellness.        

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SECEP's Vision

  • As the premier regional special and alternative education program, SECEP builds pathways for students and staff to learn, work, and play their way to success.

SECEP's Mission

  • In partnership with students, families, and communities, SECEP provides a safe and nurturing environment, focused on meeting individual educational needs and achieving meaningful outcomes for our diverse population of students

Facts About Secep

    • SECEP functions as a regional public school serving the Hampton Roads Communities of Chesapeake, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Southampton, Suffolk and Virginia Beach.
    • SECEP serves over 1500 special education and alternative education students. SECEP is present in more than 85 schools.
    • We staff over 150 classrooms in the Hampton Roads area—including the nationally recognized Renaissance Academy in Virginia Beach, home to 289,000 square feet of educational exhibits and high-tech learning space.
    • SECEP employs over 750 professionals and classified employees.
    • All classroom and support staff are trained in behavioral support and crisis prevention strategies.


    SECEP is committed to creating an accessible online environment for all visitors to its web site.  If you have difficulty accessing any of the information on this web page, please email secepwebconcern@secep.net and provide your name, mailing address, and phone number (if available), along with a description of the issue/concern that you have regarding the content and/or functionality of our website – www.secep.net. SECEP will respond to your concern/issue and provide you printed materials from the website and/or work to correct any issues of functionality.  You may also call 757-892-6108 and enter extension 1199 to provide this information in a voice message.

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