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HIGH SCHOOL OBJECTIVES AND PURPOSE

The objectives and purpose of the Southwestern High School as developed by the Administrative Team and faculty are as follows:

 

  • Work with the home and community to develop ethical character, foster better human relations and international understandings, and to provide opportunities for the best possible development of the individual.

  • Provide the student with an opportunity for increased skill, proficiency and general subject matter understanding, plus the opportunity to transfer basic knowledge to new situations requiring critical analysis and thought.  This should help the student to recognize, understand, meet and solve present problems, and give them the insights and techniques necessary to solve problems.

  • Increase the student’s chances for experience in participatory democracy through involvement and observation.

  • Help the student grow in self-guidance and maturity, thereby, increasing their social productivity in their school and in their life.

  • Improve the basic skills, knowledge, and understanding of all students by providing meaningful opportunity at all intellectual and interest levels, in the academic, as well as, in the vocational areas.

  • Help the student develop a more wholesome self-concept including a sense of responsibility, in curricular and extracurricular situations.

PRINCIPAL: Cindy Lacey

SCHOOL COUNSELOR: Angela Bibb

 

AGRICULTURE: Katylynn Heisz

ART: Keslee Martin

BUSINESS: Austin Simons

ENGLISH: Kirstin Ehrler

ENGLISH: Katherine Klopf

HEALTH:  Justin Hahn

HISTORY: Tom Koeller

HISTORY: Joe Vogt 

MATH: Jesse Gleason

MATH: Emily Herbst

CHOIR: Theresa Brown

BAND: Erin Feldman

PHYSICAL ED.: Jeni Freiburger

SCIENCE: Karen Anger

SCIENCE: Kate Koeller

SPANISH: Sue Sabers

SPECIAL ED.: Dave Wills

SPECIAL ED.: Jackie Trevarthen

SPECIAL ED.: Sara Weber

TECHNICAL ED.: Chet Hillary

PATHWAYS.: Karissa Doyle

H.S. LIBRARY AID: Jodi Splinter

MUSIC

 

Students at Southwestern have the opportunity to participate in Band and Choir as part of their curriculum. There is also opportunity to participate in the school musical in the Spring.

ART

 

Art has been shown to develop and improve inventiveness, cultural awareness, fine motors skills, decision making, visual learning and overall academic achievement. At SWHS we offer four art classes – Art I, Art II, Art III and Art IV. Art I can be thought of as a basic design class. Basic design concepts such as perspective, color, line, etc. are emphasized. In Art II the focus is on two-dimensional art such as drawing and painting. Three-dimensional art such as ceramics and sculpture are the main focus of Art III. Finally, Art IV is an independent class where students complete projects in many mediums of art with an emphasis on developing a portfolio.

SW SCHOOLS PRESENT:

SW greets Al Roker

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED...
STUENT COUNCIL (STUCO): Advisor Sue Sabers
LEO CLUB: Advisors Joe Vogt/Emily Herbst
FORENSICS:  Coached by Katherine Klopf
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Advisor Tom Koeller
MATH TEAM: Advisor Jesse Gleason
FFA: Advisor Katylynn Heisz
YEARBOOK: Advisor Jodi Splinter

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