It's Lowndes High School's third annual Christmas event, designed to help children with less for the holidays.
Each child can spend up to $40 on themselves and $60 for immediate family.
As Lowndes High students guided them through the aisles, kids say they chose some very cool toys.
"We had a little penguin but I didn't want the penguin," said six-year-old Allissah Camp. "I got a cat and it said MEOW."
"I like the energy," said Gerrick Williams, one of Allissah's buddies, who's a sophomore at Lowndes High School. "Helping the kids run around Walmart and choosing what they want. Then, another cool part is whenever they choose different gifts for their family members."
Lowndes High School raised $11,100 for the event, and it all came from students and faculty.