| Public high school|
| 1971 (1971)|
| 8400 Ohern Rd, Saginaw, MI 48609, USA|
Swan Valley School District
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Swan Valley High School is a public high school located in Saginaw, Michigan and part of the Swan Valley School District. They are part of the Tri-Valley Central Conference. Swan Valley has been part of the Mid-Michigan B, TVC East, TVC West, and the TVC Central conferences since its start in 1971. Swan Valley's original mascot was the Panthers which soon changed to the Vikings. When the new high school was built the mascot needed to be changed because there was already a high school in the area that were panthers. The sports teams of Swan Valley were then divided up between the Vikings and the Valkyries to show individual support for both male and female teams. Later the sports teams were simply called the Vikings and the Lady Vikes. The school now runs on a trimester based year.
Swan Valley High School Wikipedia
Swan Valley's student to teacher ratio is 20.47 students to every 1 teacher. 90.0% of the students are white, 1.3% black, 7.7% Hispanic, and 1.0% other.
Swan Valley offers two Advanced Placement classes (Literature & Composition and Calculus) but others are offered as an independent study.
Swan Valley High School has been awarded the Michigan Blue Ribbon Exemplary School Award 2005-2006. Blue Ribbon Schools are models of both excellence and equity. To be recognized, a school must demonstrate a strong commitment to educational excellence for all students. The program recognizes schools that have demonstrated success in achieving these values as well as schools that have overcome obstacles and can provide evidence of five years of sustained student achievement.
Swan Valley High School offers several varsity sports, including: