Walton Education Foundation is proud to connect Walton County community members and deserving students to scholarship opportunities.
No Ordinary Joe Scholarships
The No Ordinary JOE scholarship is an annual scholarship for high school seniors attending a public or charter school residing in Bay County and Walton County. It will recognize extraordinary students with a strong sense of leadership and service to the community. The St. Joe Community Foundation will provide the funding for multiple levels of scholarship awards with a single named recipient of the highest “No Ordinary JOE” Scholarship award for each county. The funding is provided to Bay County Education Foundation and Walton Education Foundation pursuant to agreements with The St. Joe Foundation.
Take Stock in Children Scholarship & Mentoring
Take Stock in Children, a scholarship and mentor program serving the students of Florida, has been a program of Walton Education Foundation since 1995. Each year our program welcomes new students into our program where through mentoring they are supported on their path to success in higher education.
Take Stock in Children, Inc. is a nonprofit mentoring, college success, and college scholarship organization dedicated to transforming Florida one student at a time. Working statewide throughout Florida, TSIC provides wraparound services to students through an innovative multi-year model from middle school through postsecondary completion.
Doris McCall Scholarship
Created in loving memory of Doris Curry McCall, member of the first Walton High School Marching Band in 1937. Ms. McCall’s children, James and Susan McCall initiated the scholarship to be awarded each year to a deserving Walton High School band member in recognition their talents and commitment to the WHS band and community.
Walton High School Teacher Academy Scholarships
Walton Education Foundation is proud to partner with Walton County School District to support the future scholarship program for the Walton High School Teacher Academy. The Teacher Academy will provide a pathway for high school students passionate about education. Students can obtain their high school diploma with dual enrollment credits in order to successfully graduate with an education degree. Please contact Lindsey Harp for details and more information about this brand new scholarship opportunity.