Together, we'll Be Sure You excel

Walden High School students benefit from an intellectually challenging college-preparatory program. Classes are small, independent work is encouraged, and the curriculum is rigorous and comprehensive. Walden offers a variety of AP classes where students can earn college credit.

The High School faculty utilizes wireless computers and Smart Boards that are interactive with student devices; laptops, tablets, etc. Each student is required to bring his or her own device to utilize this system which allows access to a wealth of educational resources. Class notes and lessons can be stored, information transmitted, and homework and tests can be web based.




Student Academic support program



College COunseling

COURSE offerings


Our High Schoolers never cease to amaze me with their ambition and initiative to apply themselves in academics, fine arts, sports and community service. They have an ineffable drive to win the best scholarships, achieve the best grades and ACT scores, place at the top in competitions...and at the same time, they show a deep compassion for others and an altruistic dedication to making the world a better place.
— Brad Kimbrough, High School Director

HIGH School Highlights

A Walden education includes athletics and extracurricular activities designed to develop a well-rounded individual. Walden graduates are creative and innovative thinkers who value diversity and compassion, and appreciate the role they have to play as culturally and ethically-minded scholars, citizens, and leaders in our global community. 


2018 College Acceptances & Matriculations

Our graduates are accepted into and attend some of the most prestigious academic institutions across the globe. The expansive list below includes the innumerable colleges and universities that accepted our Class of 2018 students (Colleges in bold denote where they chose to matriculate). Their admissions included earning over $4.3 MILLION IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS.


Auburn University
Barnard College
Baylor University
Bellarmine University (2)
Butler University
Campbellsville University
Carnegie Mellon University
Centre College (2)
College of Wooster
Columbia University
Columbus College of Art & Design
Depauw University
Earlham College
Georgetown College
Hanover College
Indiana University
Indiana University Southeast
Kenyon College
Loyola University Chicago
Miami University, Ohio
Midway University
Northern Kentucky University

Oberlin College
Miami University, Ohio
Midway University
Northern Kentucky University
Oberlin College
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design
School of Art Institute of Chicago
Smith College
Ohio State University
Transylvania University
Trinity University
University of Alabama
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
University of Kentucky (4)
University of Louisville
University of Miami
Washington University
Wellesley College,
Xavier University



HIGH School Hours

School hours reflect an agenda that promotes time for both classroom learning and involvement in personal academic and social activities. Normal school hours are extended for High School to accommodate the extra time it takes to be the optimal scholar. Friday hours are shortened to accommodate studying, after-school assistance and attendance for clubs or athletics.

8:00am - 3:15pm

8:00am - 1:00pm



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