Also, as a quick guide: if you want to know if an image on a particular device supports SSH check the image name and look for "k9" anywhere within the name. This is a code that appears in the CRYPTO enabled IOS images, which is what is needed for SSH.
Just to fill in a bit for the answer from Ben, which is certainly on the right track. SSH needs crypto and so to have SSH support on your switch you need the crypto support in the operating code. So the important variable is not so much what version of code but is what feature set. Support for SSH has been in the code for a pretty good while. So it is likely that the version of code that you are running in the switch does have SSH support but that the feature set you are running may not.
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