Your child already captivates you.
He's realizing he has a point of view, and that his actions can make a difference.
Does he have a community that believes in him?
Your child has always shown many dimensions.
As her intellect grows, so does her ability to express herself. And her thirst for new challenges.
Does she have a platform where she can climb toward her full potential?
You already have friends at school.
But do you see friends in every class and around every corner? On every team and every group project?
Do they include teachers, coaches, and advisers?
When it's time to hit the books, she buckles down.
At her piano recital, she stands out. Socially, she's adept beyond her years.
Does she have challenges that keep her growing?
Your child already exudes inquisitive energy.
He jumps from one new discovery to the next, with barely a breath in between.
Does he cultivate his own unstoppable joy in learning?
Your little one can already dazzle a crowd.
She's figuring out how to read social cues, when to show restraint and when to perform.
Does she have opportunities where she can learn to do what's right?
Less than one-tenth of 1 percent of all test takers earn a perfect score on the ACT — a college admission and placement exam — and Kennesaw is home to one of them.
We wish all our families a safe and fun summer break!
The Walker School held its 35th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16, in Coles Athletic Center.
On Thursday, May 14, the football team honored Gary Blohm with a special jersey for his 32 years of service to Walker's football team as Athletic Director.
Don't miss this Marietta Daily Journal profile of graduating senior Easton Howard who will be majoring in biology at Wake Forest University this fall!
Congratulations to junior Connor Barre for receiving the highest possible composite score on his ACT - a perfect 36!