• SOUTHEASTERN COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (SECEP), a regional public school program located in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, is an organization that provides services for students with special needs. SECEP currently operates five programs: The Re-ED Program for children that exhibit severe emotional/behavioral difficulties, the Autism Spectrum Program (ASP) for children who exhibit characteristics of autism, or developmental disabilities with communication and social skills deficits, the EBICS program for children who exhibit disruptive behavior, in addition to the diagnosis of moderate to severe mental retardation, the TRAEP Program which provides academic instruction to children who have been expelled from school, who have had multiple, long-term suspensions, or who are in need of transitional placement when returning from a state learning center, and the REACH Program which provides a high quality educational program that maximizes potential for students with complex medical needs who live in residential settings.


    Chesapeake, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Norfolk, Portsmouth,

    Southampton, Suffolk and Va. Beach

    SECEP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation, disability, or sex in its educational programs or employment.
    Please click on the links below for more information about employment with SECEP. 


    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.