Somerset High School is the continuation school for the Bellflower Unified School District and is located in the City of Bellflower. Somerset High School serves 320 students in grades ten through twelve. The minimum age for enrollment is sixteen. Students are referred from Bellflower and Mayfair High Schools and students from each school account for approximately three quarters of the school population. The most frequent reasons for referral are lack of attendance and deficient in credits earned. Somerset High School also has an Infant Care Center so teen parents can continue their education. The school operates on a four-week BLOC system with new students attending an orientation program to improve classroom success before being scheduled into regular classes.
In addition to the teaching and support staff, there are services available through various community agencies such as Caring Connections, and community counseling agencies such as Community Family Guidance, Providence, and Soledad Enrichment Action (SEA). The school is further assisted by the support of a school-based probation officer and a community service worker.