SECEP

SOUTHEASTERN COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (SECEP), a regional public school program located in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, is an organization that provides alternative education services and 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 skill deficits; the EBICS program for children who exhibit disruptive behavior, in addition to having an intellectual disability; the TRAEP Program which provides academic instruction to children who have been suspended from a comprehensive school setting or in need of a 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 living in residential settings.

A PROGRAM JOINTLY SPONSORED BY THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS OF:

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

Southampton, Suffolk and Virginia 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.

www.secep.net

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