Welcome to Southeast Library!

  • Library Media Vision: To prepare all students to succeed as life-long learners, independent thinkers, knowledge creators, and problem-solvers.

    Library Media Mission: To help students develop into life-long learners. This mission is accomplished by providing opportunities for learning that instill a love of reading,  promote the use of technology, and develop the ability to find, evaluate, and use information.

    Library Media Goals:  The Library Media Program strives to ensure that every student is information literate and proficient in the use of information in all formats, including books and current and emerging technologies.  We will provide curriculum instruction and professional development opportunities at the time of need to enable students and teachers to use technology creatively and effectively for teaching and learning, and to construct and communicate new knowledge.

    Through effective teaching and engaging learning experiences, we will create a community of life-long learners, critical thinkers, insightful readers, and ethical users of information resources prepared to participate in an evolving global society.

    Destiny Digital Library --online catalog to find materials and databases in our library. 

    You will click on  Southeast High School under the High School tab.

    Students may view their accounts to see what books they have checked outand when they are due.

    1. From the list of high schools, Select Southeast High School.
    2. Sign-in using your Google SSO.
    3. Click on the Catalog tab to look for books, ebooks, audiobooks and playaways.
    4. Change the Location from SEHS to Oklahoma City Public Schools to look for books, ebooks, audiobooks and playaways in other OKCPS libraries.
    5. You may request a book from another OKCPS library by placing a hold on that book. (You must be signed in, so the other library will know who to send the book to   through campus mail.)
    6. Click on the Home tab to explore live links to online databases and websites for educational and personal research.
    7. Click on the My Info tab to see what books and technology you have checked out and the due dates.




2024 Sequoyah Book Award Nominees



    2024 Sequoyah Book Award Nominees  


    Read three or more of these nominated titles, and you can vote for the winner in February.

    1. African Town by Irene Latham and Charles Waters
    2. All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir
    3. Alone Out Here by Riley Redgate
    4. First Thing About You by Chaz Hayden
    5. Forgery of Roses by Jessica S. Olson
    6. Hollow Fires by Samira Ahmed
    7. I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys
    8. Jumper by Melanie Crowder
    9. Love Radio by Ebony LaDelle
    10. M Is for Monster by Talia Dutton
    11. Mere Mortals by Erin Lange Jade
    12. Message Not Found by Dante Medema
    13. Spearhead by Adam Makos
    14. This Golden State by Marit Weisenberg
    15. Wrecked by Heather Henson

Contact Us

  • LMS  

    Susan Miller 


    (405)587-9641 Library

    Library Media Specialist 


    Sloane Roundy


    (405)587-9640 Desk

    Library Media Clerk


    Emilee Johnston



    Half-Time Technology Clerk


    Library Hours: 


    7:10 A.M. to 3:10 P.M.

    Note:  Mondays after school are sometimes reserved for staff meetings.

    (Mrs. Miller stays late most days until 3:30 or 4:00 if you want to study after school in the library.You can also make an after school appointment for research help.)