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Walhalla Middle School

Welcome Walhalla Middle School


Our mission is to work together with the home, business, and community to develop responsible and productive lifelong learners.

Our Beliefs

Education is a lifelong process in which all students can learn.

Education will meet the needs of a changing society.

Education will provide opportunities for students to learn effective written and oral communication skills, practice critical thinking and problem solving skills and express ideas creatively.

Education will also address physical, cultural, social and emotional needs of students.

Students will be expected to accept responsibility to be actively involved in learning.

Students are the focus of an educational process that is valued, shared, and supported by the home, school, business, and community.

All individuals will be treated with dignity, respect, and equality.

Parents and guardians will be expected to be actively involved in their children's education.

School News

Spring Sports

All spring sports are run through the high school. We will relay information to parents and students as we receive it. Be sure to follow our Athletic Daily Bulletin. The link is at the top of the Daily Bulletin that is sent at 7:45 each morning. 

Follow WHS Athletics on social media:

Instagram: walhalla_high_athletics

Facebook: Walhalla High School Athletics

Twitter: @Razorbacks_Athletics

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Student Art Showcase

March 29th - May 4th
Wednesdays - Fridays 10:00am to 4:00pm
Duke Energy World of Energy
7812 Rochester Hwy  -  Seneca

May 4th   4:00-6:30pm 
Closing Reception for students, family and friends 

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The School District of Oconee County is one of the first districts in SC to participate in the voluntary Lead Testing in Schools and Child Care Centers Program. This DHEC program is authorized and funded under the EPA’s Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act and provides free water lead testing to schools and child care programs across the state.  

School bus with kindergarten students

The School District of Oconee County invites families with students entering K5-Kindergarten this fall to participate in our Jump into Kindergarten program.  This program will introduce students and families to school administration, teachers, and give a glimpse into what a typical school day looks like for kindergarteners. Families are encouraged to attend one of the sessions listed below for the school their student will attend.  Questions should be directed to schools.

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2023-2024 SDOC Dual Enrollment Orientation  

Monday, March 27th 6:00pm or
Thursday, April 13th 6:00pm

Students and parents/guardians interested in Tri-County Dual Enrollment college courses for the 2023-2024 school year should attend.  Get details about course schedules, college policies, tuition, financial aid, admissions/enrollment procedures,& more.

TCTC Oconee Campus
552 Education Way

School bus with kindergarten students

The School District of Oconee County encourages all families with students eligible to attend K5 kindergarten for the 2022-2023 school year to complete a pre-registration application.  To be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be  5 years of age on or before September 1, 2022.  

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