Swift School hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 19 to officially launch the construction of its new modular facility in order to meet the demand for a Swift education.
Presiding over the event was Head of School Rich Wendlek, Swift Board of Trustees Chairman Dr. Richard Phillips and city of Roswell Mayor Jere Wood. Special guests included Steve Stroud, executive director of the Roswell Business Alliance; Nancy Diamond and Jerry Orlans, Roswell City Council memmber; Gail Flanigan, Robert Gray, and Laurie Green, Swift board members.
The new facility will provide more classrooms and dedicated space for the fine arts and physical education programs. Swift is excited to celebrate its 15th anniversary as a comprehensive school for students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences with the addition of this new building.
Founded in 1998, Swift School is a leading academic institution where passionate educators offer a highly meaningful, comprehensive educational experience for students that, regardless of entry point or remediation needs, inspires individual achievement and changes each student’s life forever.
Swift is located at 300 Grimes Bridge Road in Roswell and serves students from throughout metropolitan Atlanta. For further information about Swift School please call 678-205-4988 or visit Swift School online.