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Welcome to South Washington Alternative High School
South Washington Alternative High School serves students in tenth through twelfth grades and is part of SoWashCo Schools. The school offers an alternative learning environment with small class sizes that help students become career and college ready. At South Washington Alternative High School, all staff members are committed to helping every student feel supported and included. Teachers work to personalize student learning through one-on-one conversations and building relationships.
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South Washington Alternative High School News
Free vaccination clinics for students of all ages are being held throughout the school district from 4:30-6:30 p.m. during the summer months.
More than 250 violations were captured by the cameras for the 2022-23 school year, including 62 in just the past three months.
SoWashCo Schools will present a final draft of the new Long-Range Facility Plan to the School Board during the School Board Workshop Meeting tonight at 6 p.m. at the District Service Center.
All families must complete this update between Tuesday, June 20 and Friday, June 30.
SoWashCo Schools is excited to recognize seven students for earning a top composite score of 36 on their recent ACT test.
1,498 seniors are graduating from South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools) this weekend.
South Washington Alternative High School students had the unique opportunity to learn to cook food from different cultures.
School Board approved the strategic planning roadmap.
'SoWashCo Repairs' is a new class that has high school students teaming up with the Department of Technology at South Washington County Schools (SoWashCo Schools). Students work to get Chromebooks in tip-top shape while learning new skills along the way.
Thank you for your feedback during our Long-Range Facility Plan Community Meetings.
The Minnesota Seal of Biliteracy is an official recognition for proficiency in an eligible language other than English.
WHS fourth-year ASL students used the language to translate children’s books that are centered around being deaf or hard of hearing and taught basic ASL to younger students.
MSHSL on Tuesday, May 9, voted in favor of adding Boys Volleyball as a sanctioned sport beginning in the 2024-25 school year.
School playgrounds and green spaces are not open to the public from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. year-round.
PHS band and orchestra students learn from world-renowned international composer, Soon Hee Newbold.