South Warren Middle  295 Rich Pond Road Bowling Green, KY 42104   Phone: 270-467-7510  Fax: 270-467-7516

South Warren Middle School is dedicated to providing a rigorous and supportive learning environment to ensure 21st century learning for all students.
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SWMS Coat Drive (December 15-19)
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Tentative Agreement Reached
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WCPS Holiday Open House is Dec. 11
Yearbooks will be on sale next week (December 1-5) for $30.  Or click ...
SWMS will be holding a coat drive the week of December 15-19.  
The public is invited.

South Warren Middle School has excellence at its theme.  SWMS offers 7th & 8th grade students a 21st-century learning experience that will encourage a lifetime of learning.  Our facility is state of the art with an emphasis on curriculum and technology integration. 

We look forward to being a part of
your future Spartans' life!!

SWMS Sports has had four successful years and looks to continue in 2014-2015. Special thanks to all those that help put their time into SWMS athletics and those who support our programs.  

  • Athletic Director - Bryan Priddy
  • Baseball -
  • Basketball (Boys) - Head Coach - Will McCoy
  • Basketball (Girls) - Head Coach - Karen Manion
  • Cheerleading - Coach- Beth Heming , Coach - Ashlee Vega
  • Football -  Head Coach -  Mark Carter
  • Boys Soccer - Head Coach - Andrew Hutto
  • Softball -  Head Coach - Andrea Ray
  • Volleyball - Head Coach - David Jackson


Follow all SWMS Sports on and on Twitter @swms_athletics

SWMS Clubs are a great way to get involved.  Below are just some of the clubs that are available here for students at South Warren Middle School.   


Friday, 11/28/2014
Band & Choir Concert
@SW Auditorium
Thursday, 12/4/2014 - 6:00 PM
Welcome to our school’s website! I am the proud principal of South Warren Middle School and I could not be more excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for our future Spartans. Having a building that houses grades 7-12 provides unique opportunities for our students. Access to the high school facilities makes it possib...
-Eddy Bushelman