The following document explains the extensive options available to you in the secondary schools of the Walton County School District. This Course Selection Guide was developed so you could make choices for next school year and beyond based on your interests and career goals. While this guide provides a vast amount of information, it is important that you talk with your advisor, counselor, and parents as you choose your courses, career pathway and other opportunities available to you.
Some of the features in this guide include:
- Information on Advanced Placement and Work Based Learning Programs such as Internships and Youth Apprenticeship
- Career Pathways within the Career, Technical and Agriculture Education Program
- Course Descriptions
One important item to remember is that rising 9th-grade students will continue to work on their academic foundation their first year of high school. In doing so, many of the courses are pre-determined. As students gain credits in grades 9 and 10, their options will increase and will able to enroll in more courses that match career interest and future goals.
Please review the website to see any updates to this guide.
Courses listed within the guide may or may not be offered at each high school.
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: It is the policy of the Walton County School Board to offer the opportunity to students to participate in appropriate programs and activities without regard to color, creed, national origin (Title VI of the 1972 Educational Amendments), handicap (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) or sex (Title II or the Educational Amendments of 1976 and PL 194-482.