Walker History

In 1825, Michael Milton and his wife, Martha Clark, along with several slaves, blazed a trail from the Amite River near Benton Ferry Landing and founded Walker.

Walker unofficially became a city in 2002, when its population first exceeded 5,000. The change became official when Gov. Bobby Jindal formally proclaimed Walker a city with a Proclamation dated June 24, 2011 stating the new population of Walker to be 6,138.

Walker High School

Where Opportunities Today Mean Success Tomorrow!

Walker High School’s purpose is to provide a safe and positive learning environment where all students have the opportunity to  discover their potential and achieve success through a diverse experience of rigorous, relevant, and  interesting courses within a college or career curriculum.

Our Beliefs

1. All students can learn.

2. Success looks different for everyone and can occur with either a college or career path.

3. Courses should be rigorous, relevant, and interesting for the student.

4. Curriculum and instructional practices should include differentiated instruction to teach all students.

5. Students learn best when they are engaged in the learning process.


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