SHS serves students in 6th - 12th Grade through academic opportunity coupled with athletic success, extracurricular opportunity, and career preparation.
Hands-on professional and vocational education is a central theme to a Southwood education. We believe in providing our graduates with experiences that will help guide their future.
The Knights have a strong tradition of athletic success. Personal development through athletics is a foundational element to a Southwood experience.
Learning happens in many ways! Along with traditional classroom instruction, Southwood aims to educate our students through all sorts of hands-on experiences.
Through art, music, and drama opportunities, Southwood students are able to develop skills and enjoy these important educational elements.
Friendships and memories made together are vital to a fulfilling jr/sr high experience. The tight-knit community of SHS is a great place for students to develop meaningful relationships with their peers.
MSD Wabash students earned over 965 college credits during the 2021-2022 school year, saving MSDWC students over $289,500 in college tuition.
Do Dual Credit and Advanced Placement courses differ in preparing students for college? Studies show there is a difference, and MSDWC is committed to the route that helps students succeed.
Southwood recently named their 2022 Valedictorian, Haley Lanning, and Salutatorian, Maddison Hunter.