Southwest Valley High School
|Southwest Valley High School|
904 8th St
|School district||Corning Community Schools (partnered with Villisca Community Schools)|
|NCES School ID||190813000404|
|Color(s)||Black and Teal|
|Athletics conference||Pride of Iowa|
|Newspaper||The Timberwolf Times|
Southwest Valley High School is the current name of the high school in Corning, Iowa, United States. The school was renamed after Corning Community Schools and Villisca Community Schools entered into a whole-grade sharing agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Corning is responsible for the education of grades 9-12 and administration of all high school athletics. Villisca is home to the Southwest Valley Middle School and is responsible for the education of grades 6-8 and administration of all jr. high athletics. The new moniker for the combined schools is Southwest Valley Timberwolves.
Corning High School was a secondary school in Corning Iowa, United States. The school served more than 150 students in grades 9 through 12 as the only public high school in Adams County and is administered by Corning Community Schools. The school's former mascot and athletic emblem was the Red Raiders.
Villisca High School was a secondary school in Villisca, Iowa, United States. The school served more than 100 students in grades 9 through 12 and was one of three high schools in Montgomery County, administered by Villisca Community Schools. The school's former mascot and athletic emblem was the Bluejays.
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