(Roswell, GA) 05/17/12 - Swift School continues to incorporate new technology tools and services that transform the traditional classroom setting into a digital learning environment (DLE) and facilitate learning adventures - like a virtual trip to Holland.
(Roswell, GA) 04/17/12 - The “land of the free and home of the brave” has a new meaning for the Swift School's Middle Division students and faculty, who recently traveled to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to welcome home service men and women.
(Roswell, GA) 3/5/12 - On a bus, in a car, it doesn’t matter where you are. The Swift School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday on Friday, March 2 with plenty of reading education activities.
Students spent extra time reading some of the world’s most popular story rhymes in honor of Theodor Geisel’s birthday. Geisel, better, known as Dr. Seuss, wrote some of the most well-known children’s books, including The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. Classrooms donned festive attire and “Thing One and Two” caused a ruckus throughout the Swift campus.
(Roswell, GA) 12/15/11 - Local students at the Swift School who once were too shy to read aloud because of the challenges they face with dyslexia are gaining confidence in their reading abilities thanks to programs like K-9 Kids Reading Program.
Fourth grade students at Swift School are participating in the K-9 Kids Reading Program organized by Canine Assistants, a local metro Atlanta charity. On Friday, Dec. 2, students spent the morning reading books to a visiting service dog, which is being trained to aid adults and children with physical disabilities or other special needs.
(Roswell, GA) 10/22/10 - On Saturday, Oct. 22, the Swift School community turned out in record numbers to support the International Dyslexia Association’s (IDA) Dyslexia Dash. More than 250 students, parents, faculty and friends of Swift School participated in the event to celebrate Dyslexia Awareness Month.