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Gold Key Winners will be nationally adjudicated in NY with all other Gold Key Winners. If students are selected for a second Gold Key they are invited to an Art and Writing / Scholastics Reception in NYC. Winners will be announced on March 13th.


Scholastics 2019 results are in and our Seahawk Artists and Photographers earned 70 awards. Here are our SILVER Key Winners (23 works!) Congrats to Strother Allen, Megan Benopoulos, Cameron Bruce, Cinthia Castaneda, Suzanne Crowley, Kevin DeJesus, Holly Dowling, Kodi Fabacher, Noelle Garcia, Lexi Hall, Jielle Paul, Jhonattan Ramirez, Blair Howard, Ellie Hutchings, Luke Johnson, Lesley Ledezma, Chris Mauricio, Karen Yanez, and Jarod Young!


Scholastics 2019 results are in and our Seahawk Artists and Photographers earned 70 awards. Here are our Honorable Mention Winners (31 works!) Congrats to Kate Dargavell, Diego Duran, Xavier Epplin, Noelle Garcia, Lily Gravling, Lexi Hall, Jielle Paul, Lauren Peaden, Adrianna Peluso, Jhonattan Ramirez, Kayla Rodriguez, Sophia Roessler, Ellie Hutchings, Kayley Johnson, Luke Johnson, Thomas Jolivette, Gabriella Lanza, Minh Luong, Jett Maierle, Jes Miller, Quinn Yandell, and Kieran Yra!

NWFSC Admissions Success!

January 31, 2019

On Tuesday, NWFSC held its annual admissions' lab at SWHS. We are so proud that 40 Seahawks were able to complete the initial admissions process! Way to go future Raiders!

Senior Citizen's Prom

January 10, 2019

We are excited to announce our 5th annual Senior Citizen Prom 2019, Saturday, February 9 from 6:00 - 9:30 PM.  SGA students are looking forward to seeing you for more fun, entertainment, door prizes, cake walks, King and Queen crowning, music and lots of dancing.  We hope you can make it.


Sign up in the Media Center with Mrs. Forester!

The ASL Christmas party was a huge success! Overall we had over 40 people attend which included students from both SWHS and FHS, interpreters, and members of the Deaf community.  The kids had a blast playing games and meeting new people all while using Sign Language. 

South Walton High School’s auditorium was packed to witness five athletes sign letters of commitment to compete at the college level.


(L to R) Jake Peaden will play golf for Evangel University in Springfield Missouri; Gage Peaden will play football for Culver Stockton in Canton, Missouri; Jace Hughes will play baseball for Marian Military Institute in Marion, Alabama; Madi Daum will be playing beach volleyball for Florida International University; and Anthony Bryan will be competing in track and field at Abilene Christian in Texas.


Congratulations to our Seahawks!