Southeast Guilford High School

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Southeast Guilford High School
SEGHS Logo.jpg
Address
4530 Southeast School Road
Greensboro, North Carolina
Guilford County
United States
Information
Motto Inspire, Motivate, and Educate
Established 1962
Principal Mark Seagraves
Faculty 120
Grades 9th to 12th
Number of students 1,360
Color(s) Orange and Black
Athletics conference Metro 4A
Mascot Freddy the Falcon
Nickname Falcons
Schedule Block style
Website

Southeast Guilford High School is located in the southeast Guilford County, off U.S. Route 421. Southeast High School is part of the Guilford County School System. Southeast High School is located near Forest Oaks Country Club, former site of the Wyndham Championship.

The campus consists of two main buildings and numerous mobile units for classrooms, including a new cafeteria. The school also has a football stadium, marching field, baseball field, track, and a weight room.

Southeast accommodates about 1,400 students.[1] The state's schools average about 989 students, and schools in the Guilford County School District (GCSD) average to 911 students. Southeast Guilford falls below the other enrollment percentages of other schools for Advanced Placement (AP) classes in the district by 2%, but exceeds the state enrollment by 1% (5% enrollment for SEHS, 7% GCSD, 4% NC).[2] Southeast also has a 15% enrollment in College Technical Prep courses, while GCSD has 13% of their students enrolled, and North Carolina has approximately 16% enrollment.

The school recently[when?] finished a new addition to the school buildings. The new addition added 13 classrooms, a new Media Center, an additional gym, and new science labs.[3]

Programs[edit]

  • Marching / Jazz / Concert Band
  • Ensemble / Woman's Chorus
  • HOSA
  • NJROTC
  • FFA
  • French Club
  • Spanish Club
  • Drama Club
  • Junior Civitan
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
  • Men of Destiny (Founded February 2012)

Sports Teams[edit]

Boys&Girls:

  • Track.
  • Cross Country
  • Swimming
  • Lacrosse
  • Golf
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Cheerleading

Boys:

  • Football
  • Baseball
  • Wrestling

Girls:

  • Softball
  • Volleyball

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

Sources[edit]

Coordinates: 35°58′21″N 79°41′52″W / 35.9725°N 79.6978°W / 35.9725; -79.6978