Southeastern High School of Technology and Law

3030 Fairview
Detroit Michigan


Changes for Fall 2012

Southeastern has been selected to transition to The Education Achievement Authority (EAA) of Michigan, a new statewide system of schools that will assume operation of the lowest 5 percent of the Persistently Lowest Achieving (PLA) schools in the state of Michigan. The EAA’s mission is to develop a new approach to educating children who are growing up in a 21st  Century digital environment.

The EAA of Michigan will begin operating its first schools in September 2012 when 15 elementary, middle and high schools in Detroit are transferred into the new system of schools.

About The Education Achievement Authority

The EAA of Michigan will support a student-centered system of education that emphasizes a culture of continuous improvement. It plans to eliminate the traditional model in which students progress through school based on their age and “seat time,” or the required time a student must spend in a class to receive official credit for the class. Students will be organized by instructional levels based on completion of course content rather than by grade levels based on age. In other words, they will progress to the next level in school based on their mastery of content rather than the completion of a nine-month school year.

If a student can complete course work in six months, rather than nine, they will be advanced to the next level of course work.

If a student needs 10 months to complete course work, they will not be penalized because it takes them longer.

The EAA of Michigan will hire proven leaders and personnel to work in the schools that are brought under its jurisdiction. Principals will be empowered to assemble their staff, hire the best teachers and support them in a multitude of ways to improve individual student academic growth. The EAA of Michigan will direct 95 percent of the resources to the school classroom level.

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  1. Paige PaiDyn MyLife:

    who was the principal in 2008- and what was they caling the school. i see so many names

  2. Shanelle Collins:

    Looking for Lashaye I can’t remember her last name. She was my god sister when we were little. Last time I seen her she was going to south eastern in 2005/2006?

  3. David Symon: featured at 3:36 is this school

  4. Clarence Scarborough:

    Great Stuff ! The BIG S.E, had to Survive. It’s right in the middle of Detroit City. God Bless Detroit, with it’s Re-Building. Thanks for your Hard work Mayor Dave Bing, and many other’s.

  5. Virginia Walker-Henderson:

    I’m surprise to see Southeastern High School Survived…the Makings of The Eastside return…¿?

    It was sad to se Scripps Elementary be torn down buta High School for Technology and Law …Dykama Gossett firm Partner like Attorney Mike Cox, could have a Great Mark for Success here @ Southeastern High School of Technology and Law

  6. La Don Williams:

    Looking for contacts at Detroit Southeastern H.S. that can offer assistance in planning a Memorial Service for former S.E. Coach Ernest (Ernie) Scott, the family has made a request to have a service at S.E. for the many young men and women whose lives he deeply touched a both a coach and mentor …. any assistance in terms of who to work with at the school please contact me at

  7. LaMont Davis:

    Anybody else knew about this site?