The Walton County Board of Education is poised to approve a new construction project that will lead to major renovations and new construction at Bay Creek Elementary School.
Loganville Christian Academy’s pre-K through third-grade students enjoyed a presentation and reading of “Lola Dutch When I Grow Up” by husband and wife Kenneth and Sarah Jane Wright.
Loganville Christian Academy will offer a new "hybrid model" of education for kindergarten and first grade, mixing the traditional school setting with at-home education.
The Walton County School District is one of 10 school districts in Georgia being honored by the College Board with placement on the seventh-annual AP District Honor Roll.
Valdosta State University signed articulation agreements with Athens Technical College on Monday, simplifying student transition between the two institutions of higher education.
A home-schooled student from Loganville was announced Wednesday as one of about 3,000 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities.
Tim Bullard, a graduate from Loganville High School, doesn’t start at the Georgia Institute of Technology until next week, but he goes in already a sophomore in college.
WALTON COUNTY – One of the common refrains in education is the need to get parents more involved in the schools, in the classroom and in their children's’ learning process.
MONROE — Reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic were back on the agenda for the Walton County Chamber of Commerce as it hosted an “Education Summit” at its latest membership luncheon, inviting superintendents and headmasters from the county systems to speak on Walton education efforts.
WALTON COUNTY — All students in Walton County Public Schools tested on grade level in the recent Iowa Test of Basic Skills, but system officials said more work could be done to improve test performance.
WALTON COUNTY — Last year, confronted with budget shortfalls and a need to save money, Walton County Public Schools shut the doors on the Walton Career Academy, the charter school that offered area students a chance to take career-oriented classes.
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