Magnet

Magnet

  • Welcome to the Magnet landing page of our school website! Here is where you can access all the information about our Magnet Program, including our theme of University Connections: School of Design, Arts, and Engineering; Magnet events and campus tours; the application process; and how to contact our Magnet Coordinator.

Magnet Program Overview Video

  • Interested in Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School? Please contact our Magnet Coordinator, Ms. Lauren Johnson, for more information or to schedule a tour of our campus. She may be reached at (919) 856-2800, ext. 24985, or via email at ljohnson5@wcpss.net. Additionally, you may fill our our Tour Registration Form, and Ms. Johnson will contact you to schedule a visit.

    Our school is a member of the WCPSS STEM Consortium, meaning that we are a STEM-focused Magnet school.

Magnet Digital Brochure

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University Connections: School of Design, Arts, and Engineering

  • As part of the Magnet program of our school, we offer the unique theme of University Connections. University Connections leverages college-level expertise to inform the development of magnet course offerings and strengthens overall program rigor. Strong and visible partnerships with local colleges and universities as well as businesses provide invaluable resources.

    Theme-supported curricula and specialized classes allow students to select and explore one or more of our College and Career Pathways of Design, Arts, and Engineering.

    Students have opportunities to take specialized courses, interact with field experts, and participate in both on and off-site visits.

Magnet Pathway

  •  Pathway Schools Chart

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    Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School's pathway schools are Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School,
    Reedy Creek Magnet Middle School, and Carroll Magnet Middle School.
    As a magnet school, we have students from over thirty different schools.