Interested in the Walton
STEM Academy?

Check out the presentations on our Information Page and the STEM Academy brochure below!  The video of our November 2021 information Meeting is provided as well as some travel opportunities in our STEM academy too.

STEM Academy Highlights
 2021-2022 Upcoming Events 
Informational Meeting  

November 4, 2021 - 6:30 pm

Applications Due to Walton High School

December 17, 2021

Report Cards submitted by students outside of Cobb County School District

January 7, 2022

Admission Decisions will be mailed to applicants

February 18, 2022

FAQ Night for students/parents offered admission to STEM 

March 8, 2022 - 6:30 PM 

Intent letters due back to Walton by accepted students

March 18, 2022

STEM Academy students place 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the Cobb/Paulding Regional Science Fair on January 30th!


Congratulations to the following students:

3rd place: Sussana Huang: Docking SARS-CoV-2 Active Protein Mpro with AutoDock Vina for Therapeutic Drug Design.


2nd place: Kaylan Stark and Vikram Murugesan: Rates of Death in Nannochloropsis Phytoplankton as pH Decreases


1st Place: Abhinav and Abhishek Kona: Prophylactic and Therapeutic Roles of Glyeyrrhiza glabra in the Prevention and Treatment of COVID19.


Abhinav and Abhishek advance to the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair (GSEF). GSEF is Georgia’s premier forum for students to showcase their original research. Additionally, they were one of two projects that will also continue on to the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). ISEF is an annual science fair held in the United States. Every year, tens of millions of students participate in science fairs around the globe but only about 1,800 earn the right to compete for nearly $5 million awards bestowed each May at the ISEF. We wish them good luck as they move forward.

National Drone Design Competition Winners!

Congratulations to Rishab Rao and Pratyush Una, 12th graders in the Walton Engineering STEM Academy, who won 1st place in a national drone design competition

 Walton STEM Academy’s Guiding Principles 


Engage Inspire Empower



Foster student curiosity in science, technology, math, and engineering, to cultivate joy in learning and build the confidence to engage as ethical leaders capable of addressing the world’s most significant issues.


Statements of Purpose

  • To develop strong interpersonal, communication, research, and technical skills necessary to compete in an ever changing global society.

  • To establish high academic, social, and ethical expectations.

  • To foster mastery of both knowledge and skills utilizing innovative resources and authentic experiences.

  • To collaborate and cooperate locally and globally within the STEM community.

  • To build partnerships with community stakeholders which will strengthen our program and enhance the lives of our students.

  • Twitter Classic

1590 Bill Murdock Rd.

Marietta, GA 30062   

​Tel: 770-578-3225 ​

© 2020 by Walton High School STEM Academy. Proudly created with

  • Twitter Clean