Paving the Path To A Vibrant Future For Swift School

Our Paving the Path campaign will enable Swift School to improve educational opportunities, logistics, and facilities for current and future generations of students.

Investing in priorities at the core of our mission

Campus Master Plan (Phase I)
Our ability to provide an exceptional educational experience depends on a thoughtful strategy that supports our current needs and future growth. Phase One of our master plan will:
  • Provide additional on-campus parking, improve carpool and traffic flow.
  • Build a new playing field with safety enhancement
    Tution Assistance
    Increasing our tuition assistance improves accessibility of a Swift education to qualified students of both current and prospective families. This assistance program will:
    • Reduce the unexpected financial burden on families that may not have planned for private school tuition.
    • Allow a child to remain at Swift for as long as needed and desired.
    Focus on Faculty
    Cultivating faculty as local and national experts in dyslexic education is key to maintaining our leadership position in the region. We must:
    • Provide competitive compensation and benefits to attract and retain an exceptional and highly-trained faculty.
    • Keep faculty informed of best practices and latest research through professional growth and development.
    • Support faculty’s ability to apply vanguard learning opportunities with contemporary technology and teaching tools.

    General Fund
    The sustainability of Swift’s quality facilities and programs exceeds the revenue provided by tuition alone. Our general fund is vital to:

    • Fund operational needs that occur over and above expenses covered by tuition.
    • Cover expenses that include technology enhancements, student safety planning, routine facility upgrades and maintenance

    It’s a big job. We cannot do it alone.

    Steering Committe

    Campaign Chairs - Loulie and Frank Reese

    Parent
    Representatives

    Becca and Scott Jackson, 1st and 2nd Grade
    Melissa and Michael Dillon, 3rd Grade
    Tamla and Warren Forney, 4th Grade
    Erinn and Brad Goldman, 5th Grade
    Christina and Liam McCormick, 6th Grade
    Connie and Andrew Pope, 6th Grade
    Lisa and Harold Wyatt, 7th and 8th Grade

    Faculty Representatives: Allison Hirsch, Emily Ford

    Board Representatives: Kim Huffman, Scott Conner, Chris Martin

    Other Ways to Give and Other Types of Gifts

    All gifts make an impact. With the help of committed supporters and community partners, Swift School can continue to grow and better serve students with dyslexia.

    Ways to Give & Types of Gifts

    Give Online Now

    Gifts made by credit card,
    American Express, Visa, MasterCard, can be made online.

    Mail A Check

    Attn: Advancement Office
    Swift School
    300 Grimes Bridge Road
    Roswell, GA 30075

    Make a Pledge

    Pledge now and pay later.

    Gifting Appreciated Stock

    To make a gift of stock, contact the Development Office or speak with your financial advisor.

    Gifts in Kind

    Gifts-in-kind are tangible, non-cash donations of personal property that must directly benefit the mission of Swift School.

    Recurring Gifts

    Make a big impact that's easy on the budget and fits your schedule. Provide the amount to automatically deduct from your credit card, the frequency, and the duration for the deductions to occur.

    Matching Gifts

    Can your gift be DOUBLED? Many companies offer a matching gift program that may actually double or even triple your gift to Swift School.

    Make A Planned Gift

    There are several ways to support Swift School through planned giving including: Charitable gift annuities, Bequests, IRAs, Trusts, Personal property.

    Gift in Memory/Honor

    For recognition purposes, donors may choose to make a gift to Swift School in memory of or in honor of someone special.