Welcome to Walton
We never set limits on how much your child can achieve. At Walton Charter Academy we create endless opportunities for your child to become their best. We shape instruction to build on the strengths and abilities of each child and make moral focus lessons part of every school day. As a result, our students thrive.
At Walton we create endless opportunities for your child to become their best.Discover Our Difference
At a Glance
815Number of Students
Growing Minds. Inspiring Hearts.
Walton Charter Academy outperformed the local district on the state test for the last five years.
Walton—where kids succeed!
We are a Charter School
Are you seeking a "private" school education with the no-cost benefit of a public school? If so, you're in the right place. Walton Charter Academy is a tuition-free public charter school open to all children who live in Michigan.Learn More About Charter Schools
Spotlight: Walton Turns 20!
Walton Charter Academy recently celebrated its 20th anniversary by hosting a community event. The event had over 70 attendees, including former students from the very first year that Walton was open. The evening included brief presentations by the school’s principal, Mona Boersma, along with exciting family activities.Continue Reading
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Tour the School
We would love to show you our world so contact us to schedule a tour. We also hold open houses where you can meet our amazing teachers.Tour the School
We can’t wait to share your child’s journey! Apply online, in person, or over the phone and don’t hesitate to ask us questions along the way! We are here for you.Apply Now
Walton Reading Program
Walton Charter Academy provides Reading Recovery® services to struggling readers in first grade. This one-on- one instruction, lasts 12-20 weeks and is specifically designed for each student by a Reading Recovery® certified teacher. The goal of the intervention is to help struggling students accelerate their progress so that they can catch up to their peer group in the areas of reading and writing.