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To create a quality learning environment in which students, staff, and community members cooperatively build sound life preparation skills for all students.


Mission Statement


The mission of Okaloosa Academy Charter School is to create a quality learning environment in which students, staff, and community members cooperatively build sound life preparation skills for all students. This cooperative effort provides students with knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors to become productive, employable citizens.

Okaloosa Academy

Admissions


Okaloosa Academy Charter School is a public, tuition-free charter school and is open to all students in grades 4-12 residing within the Okaloosa County School District. Classes fill on a first come, first served basis.

Lunch Menu


Okaloosa Academy provides breakfast and lunch service compliant with the National School Lunch Program.  Students may qualify for free or reduced lunches.

2016-2017 School Calendar


Stay informed with the latest school calendar.

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Internet Safety

Safety resources are available  to our parents and students in regards to internet and social media safety.  This information is a great way to chat with your child regarding his/her safety on the internet, cyber bulling, etc.

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Our Staff


Okaloosa Academy prides itself on the quality of our administration, instructional faculty and support staff.  Okaloosa Academy teachers are certified by the State of Florida Department of Education and are deemed highly-qualified by the NCLB standards. All faculty and staff receive routine professional development training to best serve the needs of their students.

Click on the title above to contact any of our staff members.

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Pictured above are two talented students  from Okaloosa Academy – fourth graders, Kevin Velasco (left) and Quolee Jackson (right). These two young chefs were featured in the Sodexo Future Chefs Competition, and are seen preparing their unique recipes for the Okaloosa County School Board. Congratulations Kevin and Quolee!

Pictured above are original “Thumb Print” pieces of art from the students in the art department. The artwork was featured in the Fort Walton Beach Library for the month of February. Congratulations Okaloosa Academy teachers and students for a job well done!

Okaloosa Academy Costumes Art Project

Click above to view a recent NW Florida Daily News article proudly showcasing our Halloween costume art project! Our art classes adopted the project of designing and creating Halloween costumes for students with special needs. It was a rewarding project for all involved.

Okaloosa Academy is very proud of our winning basketball team, The Wolf Pack! They were invited to participate in a district-wide middle school basketball tournament and they won 2nd place! Congratulations!