Walton County School District
Walton County School District (WCSD) is committed to excellence in education. All WCSD public schools are accredited by AdvancED, which is a national accrediting organization formed through a partnership of regional accrediting agencies, including SACS CASI. The district is among the top-performing school districts in the state.
WCSD has six elementary, three middle, three high schools, one K - 12 schools, two alternative education schools, three charter schools, and a career development center school. Schools in Walton County have an abundance of technology resources to enhance instruction. Approximately 340 district classrooms come equipped with 21st Century technologies. Grants have provided opportunities for one-to-one computing at some grade levels. The district has a 3:1 ratio of students to computers, which empowers students with hands-on learning.
WCSD has an articulation agreement with Northwest Florida State College (NWFSC) to provide dual-enrollment courses for eligible high school students. Students completing these courses earn high school and college credits simultaneously.