ABOUT WALKER FRESHMAN HIGH SCHOOL

Principal's Welcome,

 

     I have served in education for over 20 years. I initially served as Assistant Principal at Walker Freshman before becoming Principal in the 2012-2013 school year. I am a lifelong resident of Walker and consider it a honor to serve this role within our community.

 

     We understand that parents are trusting us with one of the most important things in the World to them, their child. It is a responsibility we do not take lightly. We will work to the best of our abilities to help students grow both academically and socially to find a productive place within our growing community.

     We want to make the transition from middle school to high school as smooth as possible for each of our students. Our entire school, faculty and staff, appreciate the "uniqueness" of 9th grade students and have structured a school environment that is designed to help them successfully transition to 10th grade and Walker High School.



Sincerely,



David Clark
Principal

Our Philosophy

Be respectful of self, others, and surroundings.

Be responsible and prepared at all times.

Be ready to follow directions and procedures.

Our History
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Built in 1930, the building housed Walker High School until the mid 1970s when a new high school campus was built. The building then housed a Junior High School before becoming Walker Freshman High School in 2007. The main building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

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The Livingston Parish School Board does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, national origin, disability or gender in its educational programs and activities (including employment and application for employment), and it is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of gender by Title IX (20 USC 168) and on the basis of disability by Section 504 (42 USC 794). The Title IX Coordinator is Stephen Parrill.

Livingston Parish Public Schools is committed to ensuring that all websites and web applications, both public-facing and for internal use, conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (W.C.A.G.) 2.0 Level AA. Any issues should be reported toLPWebAccessibility@lpsb.org. (stephen.parrill@lpsb.org), Assistant Superintendent, P.O. Box 1130, Livingston, LA 70754; Phone (225) 686-7044. The Special Education Director is Dr. Eric Penalber (eric.penalber@lpsb.org); the LPPS 504 Coordinator is Monica Sullivan (monica.sullivan33@lpsb.org), P.O. Box 1130 Livingston, LA 70754; Phone (225)686-4248.