It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas…… around The Walker School. We enjoy the season by preparing for gruesome exams that test us on materials from August. However, […]
Daybreak makes itself known and unique because of its interesting situation amongst the zombie apocalypse. All kids (at least in California) survived the nuke while all adults turned into zombies. […]
The Walker School has been off to a great start with 5 wins and zero loses. The team was hoping for an undefeated season as they were ranked third in […]
December 4, 2019 You can feel it in the air around campus, the time for finals is growing near. Now is also the time that many students have began their […]
During the NFL week eleven matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, a physical confrontation broke out between Steelers QB, Mason Rudolph, and Browns defensive end, Myles Garrett. After […]
Popeyes re-released their chicken sandwich, but this time as a permanent menu item. The sandwiches were initially released on August 12th as a test but sold out just two weeks […]
It’s payoff time for The Walker School Thespians. After months, sometimes years, of preparation, opening night is almost here. On Wednesday, November 12 at 7pm The Walker School presents the […]
By Kayla Lakine In the Winterm Game of Life you learn how to handle money once you break off from your parent’s bank accounts. In this Winterm you deal with […]
By Hailey Noel About “Speak Out Listen Up” is a Walker School Winterim class run by the assistant principal of the Upper School, Mr. Holifield. The class is comprised of […]
By Stratton Wilson The Music Still Plays: The Artists Are Gone, But Their Work Lives On With the beginning of the new year, we must look back before we can look […]
By Charlie Condon and Rhodes Riddick We asked Walker students and faculty about their expectations for the College Football Playoff Championship of Georgia vs.Alabama at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
By Katie Harmon In a Winterim class, freshmen get the opportunity to explore a topic that is either not in their regular schedule or that is not offered as a […]
By Merrill Hart When freshmen returned to Walker after Christmas Break, they traded English and history textbooks for the unique experiences of Winterim classes. One course offered was Piece […]
Once a year in January, freshman get to replace their history and english classes with winterim classes. Winterim classes are classes that help freshmen explore their interests and learn about […]
By Stratton Wilson 1969 was a year packed full of history of all varieties, so why not study what made that year so great? Well, that’s the idea of Feelin’ […]
By Amelia Wetherington Arts and Bots is a class led by Mrs. Lebron where the students learn to program different objects to make them move, turn on, etc. After learning […]
By Rhodes Reddick Ebola. Zika. Influenza. These three emerging and re-emerging diseases have caused a major uproar that affects not only the people on this planet but the surrounding environment […]
By Brooke Baughan and Kayla Lakine Do you really act like your Zodiac sign?
By Merrill Hart and Amelia Wetherington What are students at the Walker School improving on in 2018? Let’s see what goals they have set and how they’re achieving them.
By Hannah Charles Marley Schlosberg This is a short video of four great at home life hacks!