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Stockton Unified Early College Academy (SECA) Review

Stockton Unified Early College Academy (SECA) opened in 2009 to provide students in 9th and 10th grades with an alternative to traditional schools. The curriculum is rigorous and challenging with a focus on college prep. The school offers programs that allow students to earn college credits while obtaining their high school diploma.

The school does not offer any sports or other physical education; however, it does offer a few clubs, which include student leadership, key club, National Honors Society, Academic Decathlon, journalism, speech & debate, and MESA.

Students stated they really love the school and want to attend. The only downside in the majority of student’s opinions is that the school does not offer sports. If students wish to participate in sports, they must visit other high schools in the area. Most students explained that the workload is heavy and very challenging. Parents are very happy that the teachers make students think but are also there to help when needed.

The Academic Performance Index was 888. The statewide goal is 800. Parents are very excited with this score and that the API rank was 10 out of 10.

The California Standards Tests is used to learn if students are mastering core subjects. The various tests are given to 2nd through 11th grades in English, grades 2nd through 7th are given tests in math, and science tests are administered to students in grades 5th, 8th, and 10th, while history tests are given to students in 8th and 11th grades.

The percentage of students passing the exams was above average in both grade levels and all subjects.

The school is providing an exception education to its students. If you do have any concerns about the learning environment, it would be a good idea to take a tour of the school prior to enrolling your child.

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Stockton Unified Early College Academy (SECA)
640 N. San Joaquin St.
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: 209-933-7370


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