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FBLA did an awesome job at the recent Relay for Life!  A lot of students came out to support this great cause, and Coach Harless even got in the dunking booth!

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The entire Bobcat family would have been flooded with pride over the STEM Club at the LEGO League Jr. EXPO in Fort Walton Beach. Students nailed their interview with the judges, and impressed everyone with their LEGO creation.  A judge said their presentation and board was EPIC and E.P.I.C. is what they were striving for!

Submitted by Kalli McMillan

 Walton High Seniors who previously attended Maude Saunders took a celebration stroll through the halls today, as our Little Warriors lined the halls and cheered.  It is inspiring to see what these students have accomplished, and we wish them all the best.

 

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The WHS baseball team recently got to watch a Northwest Florida State College baseball game and go to FCA to listen to guest speaker Darryl Strawberry. They had a great time and represented Walton High well!

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The PHS 2nd graders enjoyed a fun and educational trip to the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park, where they they were able to learn about and interact with different types of marine life that inhabit the Florida Gulf.

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SWHS Sophomore Holly Brooks is in Mrs. Barnhart’s Honors Geometry class.  Holly won a pizza party for her class from Math Nation.  She completed “Test Yourself” and was 1 of 45 students selected by Math Nation.  Congratulations Holly!  Submitted by Barbara Stratton.

Congratulations to Paxton High School for their designation of Bronze Medalist from U.S. News and World Reports Best High Schools! Paxton was one of 35 schools in the state of Florida to receive Bronze Medallion status! Walton County School District is proud of this EPIC accomplishment!

Paxton School is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal. Schools are designated based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college. 

The FMS Horticulture Club is doing a wonderful job beautifying campus!  This would not have been possible without the generosity and dedication to Agriculture education of our local Farm Bureau Board.  Submitted by Chelsea Ellison.

FMS Hort Club

FMS Hort Club

FMS Hort Club

FMS Hort Club

Recognizing Our EPIC WCSD Teachers, Administrators, and Support Staff!!!

Nowhere in the educational community will you find employees more charitable and generous than right here in the Walton County School District, Florida!!! 

Cindy Holmes, Resource Development Director of United Way of Okaloosa and Walton Counties recently reported that the approximately 1,000 employees of WCSD supported the United Way campaign this school year (2017-2018) by pledging nearly $29,000 to help provide services in the local community!!! 

Superintendent A. Russell Hughes indicated this was no surprise to him knowing how big-hearted, dedicated and committed our employees are to making our corner of the world a better place.  “This tells the story of who we are!” stated Mr. Hughes. 

U.S. News and World Reports just released the 2018 Best High School rankings on Wednesday, evaluating more than 20,500 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Walton County School District is proud to announce that 100% of our traditional high schools are included in the ranks!!  

Freeport Senior High School ranked #124 out of 762 in Florida rankings, and #1629 in National rankings, receiving recognition as a Silver Medal school.

South Walton High School ranked #143 out of 762 in Florida rankings, and #1925 in National rankings, receiving recognition as a Silver Medal school.

Walton High School ranked #190 in Florida rankings, and was Nationally recognized as a Bronze Medal school. 

Paxton School was recognized as a Bronze Medal school in National rankings and State rankings. 

The U.S. News list aims to recognize schools doing the best jobs preparing students for college. To judge that, it considers graduation rates, success on required state exams and performance on Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate tests, which can earn high school students college credit. 

Submitted by Keitha Bledsoe