Latest News from Switzerland County School Corporation
Wed 07Athletic Physicals
Athletic Physicals will be given on July 18th from 10:00-2:00 at the high school gymnasium. All high school and middle school students must have a physical on file with...
SCSC had 9 students who qualified to attend the BPA National Conference in Anaheim, CA. The students were in CA from May 5th- May 10th. During the national conference...
There are no income requirements to participate in the meal program. Free Meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under. Meals will also be...
The Switzerland County School Corporation is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Free Meals will be made available to all children 18 years of age and under and to...
Eve Galbreath broke the school record in shotput at the track regionals held in Bloomington on May 26th. She threw 37 feet, breaking the previous record of 35.6 feet...
Ben Curran broke the high school record in the 300 Hurdles on May 22nd at the Boys Track Sectionals in Jeffersonville, IN. Ben finished the race with a time...
Thu 05ORVC Conference Champs!
The high school girls track team and the middle school boys and girls track teams have won the ORVC track conference again this year. congratulations to all the teams!...
Tue 05RACHEL’S CHALLENGE: Community Event, an inspiring story about one girl’s dream to change the world.
You are invited to attend Rachel’s Challenge May 22, 2015. It will be held at the Switzerland County High School Gymnasium at 7:00 PM. While her life was tragically...
Please join the Switzerland County FFA chapter in honoring farmers with the Ag Day Breakfast, featuring whole Hog sausage from the Lions Club, and the Ag Science Fair! All...
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Mission StatementThe Mission of the Switzerland County School Corporation, in cooperation with students, parents, and the community, shall be to provide for all eligible persons a legal and cost-effective educational opportunity presented in modern, comfortable, and safe facilities by a professionally trained and developed staff utilizing state-of-the-art educational technology.
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Admission From Private or Home SchoolsThe following policy will be followed before a student from a private or home school will be allowed to enroll in Switzerland County High School:
Credits from private or home schools will be accepted at face value if the private school is commissioned by the Commission on General Education of the State of Indiana.
Credits from non-accredited private or home schools will not be accepted at face value. The Superintendent may require a battery of tests to determine grade placement, or he shall require evidence of credit equivalency with the approval of the Board of School Trustees. The evidence of equivalency may include an evaluation of teachers’ licenses, a course of study from the private or home school, and results of nationally normal standardized achievement test.
The final decision regarding matters of student grade placement will be the responsibility of the public school officials and Board of School
When a child enters Switzerland County Schools for the first time or any subsequent time at any level, his/her parents or guardians must show that the child has been immunized by filing a physicians statement that includes a schedule of the immunizations, or file a parental objection to immunization based on religious grounds. No child shall be permitted to attend school beyond the first date of his/her enrollment without furnishing a written statement of immunization unless:
- The school gives the parent/guardian a waiver not to exceed twenty (20) days.
- The local health department or a physician determines the student’s immunization schedule has been delayed due to extreme circumstances and the required immunizations will not be completed before the students first day of school. In this case the parent/ guardian shall furnish a written statement and a time schedule approved by a physician or the local health department for the completion of the immunizations.