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The Switzerland County High School

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Nationally Recognized

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Athletic Excellence

Conference Champs


Boys and Girls Golf

Boys and Girls Track

Sectional Champs


Boy's Basketball

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Switzerland County High School Graduation Rates Increase

“There is some encouraging information in this release,” said Glenda Ritz, Indiana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction.  “While the overall graduation rate is largely the same as it was in 2012, when you dig into the data it becomes clear that more of our students are graduating without a waiver and passing their end of course assessments.  This is a crucial step in ensuring that our…

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School Resources & Information

Mission Statement

To create a culture of confidence in which all students are empowered with the academic, social, and ethical knowledge and skills to become well-rounded citizens ready for life beyond high school.

Our Vision

An environment where academic, social, and ethical growth is expected and where students share in and accept responsibility for their learning.

Coping with School Shootings

Children respond to trauma in many different ways. Some have reactions very soon after the event; others may do fine for weeks or months, and then begin to show troubling behavior. Knowing the signs that common at different ages can help parents and teachers recognize problems and respond appropriately. Switzerland County School Corporation is dedicated to help students through those troubling times. Listed below are some resources that may be valuable as an aid to help students and parents cope with School Shootings.

Links & Resources

School Bullying Resources

Corporation Anti-Bullying Policy

Switzerland County School Corporation is committed to protecting its students, employees, and applicants for admission from bullying, harassment, or discrimination for any reason and of any type.  We believe that all students and employees are entitled to a safe, equitable, and harassment-free school experience. In addition to policy, Switzerland County School Corporation has provided below resources for students, parents and teachers to help combat School Bullying.  

Resource and Links

Online Tools


Transcripts requested online are sent securely to the destinations that you select .You may track your request online, and you will also receive an email notification when we approve your transcript request, and again when your transcript is delivered electronically.

Library Card Catalog

Switzerland County High School provides online access to the Library Card Catalog.

My School Bucks

My School Bucks is an online application that allows parents to manage their child’s lunch room activities.  Parents can view balances,make deposits, as well as view all daily lunch expenditures.

Overdrive E-books

Overdrive provides e-books and audio for students to download and install on their IPADS.

Schedule Star

Athletic schedules by day, month or season.


Skyward Family Access

Skyward is Switzerland County School Corporation’s electronic gateway for student information.  Parents are able to view student progress including attendances and grades as well as update emergency contact information. For more information on access please contact your student’s school.


Admission From Private or Home Schools

The 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 Trustees.

Path to Educational Success


Apply Academic Knowledge


Communicate effectively, both oral and written form

Solve Problems

Think critically and be creative problem solvers


Use and apply technology


Respect and work cooperatively with others