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Learning Starts Here. Be Inspired.

A learning community dedicated to building respectful and responsible citizens and empowering all learners.

 

Biblical Truth vs. Cultural Trends

We teach students the timeless truths of scripture so they can navigate a sin-filled world with unwavering confidence.

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Recent News

  • SWCS Launches No Place Like Home Campaign
    Southwest Covenant has officially launched the No Place Like Home capital campaign.  This three-part construction p [ ... ]

    Southwest Covenant has officially launched the No Place Like Home capital campaign.  This three-part construction project includes the building of a football stadium, fine arts classrooms, and a baseball field on the school's campus.  Construction of the football field has already begun and is slated for completion by the 2024 football season.

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  • Teams Make School History
    For the first time in school history, volleyball and cross country teams brought home big victories in the state tournam [ ... ]

    For the first time in school history, volleyball and cross country teams brought home big victories in the state tournaments. 

    Under the leadership of Coach Heath Kufahl, the Lady Patriots defeated Choteau-Mazie in a three-set sweep in the quarterfinal game before falling to Christian Heritage Academy in the finals.  Although the girls' volleyball program has experienced success over the years, it is the first time any team has made it past the first round of the tournament. Hats off to Coach Kufahl and the Lady Patriots for an outstanding season and an impressive showing! 

    In addition to volleyball, the boys and girls cross country teams led by Clay Schubert and Jamie Allison also medaled at the state tournament for the first time after winning the regional championships in Henryetta. While the girls have competed in the state tournament twice now, the boys made their team debut with five runners, the number required to compete as a team.  The future is looking bright for both cross country teams at Southwest Covenant.

     

     

     

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  • Patriot Project Blesses City
    More than 1,000 volunteers gathered on Friday, November 3rd for the 18th annual Patriot Project, Southwest Covenant's an [ ... ]

    More than 1,000 volunteers gathered on Friday, November 3rd for the 18th annual Patriot Project, Southwest Covenant's annual service project and fundraiser. Students, families, and staff spent the day at Yukon's city parks, Savannah Station's equine therapy ranch, and the City Center inner-city ministry.  

    The Patriot Project also raised over $300K, ten percent of which it donated to Faith Works of the Inner City, a local non-profit ministry designed to meet the educational, spiritual, and physical needs of inner city children and their families. 

    “This is a great opportunity for our students to serve together as they impact our community in a positive way,” SWCS Headmaster Steve Lessman said.  “It's a small example of what we want to equip our students to do for life - to influence their communities for good and to serve others.”

     

     

     

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Since 1982, our mission is to educate and equip students to influence the world for Christ.

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