Success After Swift
Each student's journey is unique, but each student's goal is always the same: to be successful in their next educational environment. Swift's focus on building a foundation of literacy skills, confidence, and self-advocacy prepares them to thrive in school and in life. Our stories of success after Swift illustrate how well our students are prepared for what lies ahead.
"Swift gave me the confidence to talk to teachers, and self-advocacy has helped me in my new school. I love being in a large school now."
“I had very low self-confidence because of my reading challenges. I was getting by at the minimum with most subjects, but Swift gave me a smaller learning environment tailored to my needs."
“I still go back and visit Swift because of how important this school is and how big of an impact the teachers made in my life."
"I loved the Swift School environment and my teachers who poured themselves into us. The teachers displayed patience and constantly shared uplifting words.”
“The OG Approach helped me learn and understand things I struggled with. It’s ingrained in me now, and I do not even realize I am using it.”
"At Swift, I got the tools I needed to succeed in an environment (high school) where the tools for success weren’t handed to me."
“Swift excelled my academic performance in all categories. I was able to grasp each topic taught, and I saw improvement in my grades and my motivation to do schoolwork.”
Dyslexia is a neurological condition that affects how the brain processes symbols and sounds of letters.
"I never thought I would be saying this, but thank you, dyslexia. You made me work extremely hard and taught me how capable I am when I put my mind to achieving a goal."
"The teachers believed in me and told me I could do anything. They didn’t give up on me, even when I wanted to give up on myself.”
"The entire Swift environment was always so accepting, and teachers always went out of their way to congratulate you on the small victories."
Self-advocacy is a phrase that is used daily at Swift. Jackson learned how to advocate for himself and developed leadership skills.
"Anything you do will be a journey, but show life/school/anything you aren’t going to go down without a fight and you will likely succeed.”
"OG [The Orton Gillingham Approach] immediately broke down and identified Daniel and Reagan's phonetic struggles."
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