• 12 Middle Schools
  • 8  High Schools
  • 7  K-8, K-12 Community Schools
  • 1  Best Chance North
  • 5 Charter/Contract Schools
  • 1 STEMM Academy
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  • Phần thưởng trò chơi trực tuyếnOur schools provide a safe environment where students learn a challenging curriculum based on the Florida State Standards. Okaloosa consistently ranks among the top school districts in the State of Florida at all levels of student achievement.

    As part of our commitment to excellence, our entire school district has been accredited by SACS-CASI. Our students score above the state and national averages on standardized tests, including the SAT and ACT.

    Phần thưởng trò chơi trực tuyếnAccording to the annual Post-secondary Plan, 64% of the graduating seniors indicate that they plan to go on to higher education or technical training.


    A fleet of 231 school buses transports over 16,000 students more than 3.2 million miles per year in addition to 182,000 miles for extra-curricular activities and field trips.

    Advanced Academic Opportunities

    Okaloosa County's high schools offer a wide variety of advanced academic opportunities designed to help students build a strong foundation for long-term educational success:

    Career and Technical Education (CTE)

    The Okaloosa County School District works closely with the CareerSource Okaloosa/Walton to identify key industries with a future need for skilled workers. Offering a wide variety of courses at the high and middle school level, Okaloosa County’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program allows students the possibility of earning industry certification, college credit and high school credit all at once.

    High School CTE Programs

    • Baker School - Carpentry, Applied Robotics, Culinary Arts, Early Childcare Education, and Information Technology
    • Choctawhatchee HS – Advanced Manufacturing, Carpentry, Emergency Medical Responder, Engineering, and Information Technology
    • Crestview HS – Advanced Manufacturing, Applied Robotics, Automotive Service Tech, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Electricity, Emergency Medical Responder, Engineering, HVAC, Information Technology, Practical Nursing, and Welding Technology
    • Fort Walton Beach HS – Advanced Manufacturing, Biomedical Science, Emergency Medical Responder, Engineering, and Information Technology
    • Laurel Hill School – Carpentry and Information Technology
    •  – Applied Robotics, Emergency Medical Responder, Culinary Arts and Information Technology

    Middle School CTE Programs

    • Baker School - Carpentry, Information Technology, and STEM
    •  – Carpentry, Health Occupations, Information Technology, STEM
    • Davidson MS – Health Occupations, Information Technology and STEM
    • Destin MS - Information Technology and STEM
    • Lewis School - Information Technology and STEM
    • Meigs MS - Information Technology and STEM
    • Pryor MS – Advanced Manufacturing, Carpentry, Information Technology, and STEM
    •  - Information Technology and STEM

    All students have the opportunity to take dual enrollment courses offered at Okaloosa Technical College.  Programs offered:  HVAC, Applied Cybersecurity, Automotive, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Technology Support Services, Cosmetology, Electricity, Marine Services Technology, Practical Nursing, Solar Technology, and Welding Technology.

    Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Programs 

    • Baker School -
    • Choctawhatchee HS - Air Force JROTC
    • Crestview HS -
    • Fort Walton Beach HS -
    • Niceville HS -


    • 2018-19 Okaloosa County Teacher of the Year - Heather Phillips, Bluewater ES
    • 2018 Okaloosa County Educational Support Person of the Year - Karen Carroll, Bay Area Office
    • Healthy School District Silver Award - earned for maintaining a healthy environment for students, employees, and the community 

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