Southwest Covenant School
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Southwest Covenant School is a Christian private school in Yukon, Oklahoma, United States, with just under 250 students enrolled in Kindergarten through 12th grade. The school was established in 1982 and is accredited by Christian Schools International (CSI).
Southwest Covenant Schools was launched in 1982 as a non-denominational Christian School when the school offered instruction to children in pre-school through sixth grade. In 1984 SWCS expanded through the eighth grade. In 1991, the school added grades 9-12. The first senior class graduated in 1996. SWCS moved into a new secondary facility 1996. Until then the school conducted classes for grades six through twelve at Trinity Baptist Church in Yukon and Putnam City Baptist Church in Warr Acres, until they built their own facility in the fall of 1996. In 2014 a ground-breaking was held for the new Elementary building.
The school's educational philosophy is based on the centrality of all truth coming from God and His Son, Jesus Christ, as revealed in the Bible. Southwest Covenant School's aim is to teach and instill a Biblical world view in the students, while also providing them with the knowledge needed to succeed in life
The average cumulative ACT scores for all SWCS graduates is 25.92. The great majority of SWCS graduates have attended or are currently attending institutions of higher learning.
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