Spring Choral Concert – Excellent!

Our BHS choral students performed a most enjoyable spring concert this evening showcasing their beautiful talents.

The program began with the choir standing in the aisles of the auditorium singing a capella while Tommie Lin Kesten performed a dance routine in memory of her brother, Ty. It was very moving.

Throughout the concert the variety of songs were vast and the range of our students’ talents was impressive.

It was truly an enjoyable night to hear beautiful voices and relaxing music.


Keystone Testing Days

All students are to be at school on time during ALL Keystone testing days.

Students who come to school late on the testing days who do not have a doctor’s note or legitimate reason to be tardy will be marked unexcused. This will impact any student who is on Social Probation.

All students are to be at school on time during ALL Keystone testing days.

School begins at our normal time – we are simply operating on a schedule that allows our students who are required to take the test to have uninterrupted time to complete the assessment.

We are operating on the same type of schedule that we have for the past three years – beginning at 7:45 AM.

All students are to be at school on time during ALL Keystone testing days.

Some of the greatest athletes

Good luck and congratulations to all of the athletes participating in the Special Olympics held at Baldwin High School. This has been a tradition for the past 30 years that we are proud to support.

The rain has not dampened any of the spirit and enthusiasm displayed by the athletes, family members, and volunteers.


Gene Kelly Award Nominations!

Baldwin’s Big Fish received a new record of 11 nominations for the Gene Kelly Awards–including Best Musical!!!

This is the most nominations in their category with Woodland Hills coming in second with 9 nominations.

We’re all sitting on pins and needles waiting for outcome of the award program later this month.

Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of, Big Fish! We’re proud of you!

Prudential Community Service Award Honoree

We received links to videos that highlight one of our seniors, Colin Harding. He was recognized in Washington D.C. last weekend for his volunteerism and community service.

It is impressive that he was able to provide a service to Children’s Hospital that continues to have a positive impact on teenage patients.

Colin is certainly one of our many outstanding students at BHS.

Congratulations, Colin!



BHS Instrumental Music, Colorguard, Drumline, and Stageband Auditions

The BHS Instrumental Music Department will be holding auditions for next year’s colorguard, drumline and stage band.

Colorguard auditions will be held on May 19 and 26 from 3:30 to 5:00 at Harrison Middle School. An activity bus will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes.

Drumline auditions will be held on May 19 and 26 from 6:00 to 8:00 in the BHS Band Room. Please see Mr. Steele for an audition packet.

Stage Band auditions are on-going and are open to the following instruments: saxophone, trumpet, trombone, drum set, bass, guitar and piano.

See Mr. Steele for details and audition information.

Good luck!

Senior Steel Center Students

BHS senior students who attend Steel Center will have their annual Senior Recognition Ceremony on Monday, May 16, in the CCAC south gymnasium at 7:00 PM. This is an opportunity for our students to be recognized for their time and training in their particular trade program.

This is not considered a, “graduation” from Steel Center and does not indicate the senior students are no longer required to attend Steel Center in the mornings. Our Steel Center seniors’ last day at Steel Center is the same as their last day at BHS – May 25, 2016 (excluding their attendance requirement at graduation practice May 26, 27, and June 1).

Congratulations to all of our seniors who are about to enter a new chapter in life.

Used Book Drive

If your house is cluttered with gently used books for kids in kindergarten through eighth grade, please consider donating them to the Lit Guild Book Drive to benefit Pittsburgh Carmalt School, a Pittsburgh public school in Brookline with a library that could use some help.

Books may be delivered to the high school until May 13, 2016.


Senior Prom Tickets

Attention all Seniors:

This year’s Senior Prom is coming up on May 27 at the Doubletree by Hilton in GreenTree from 6pm to 11pm. Tickets are on sale NOW through April 22 outside all lunch periods. Tickets are $90 and can be purchased with cash or check made out to Baldwin High School.

In order to attend the dance, students must purchase their tickets by April 22, and be clear from all IOUs, Library fines, and Social Probation before Wednesday May 25. Students with outstanding debts will have their tickets withheld until they have settled their obligations. If students fail to get off Social Probation, or settle their IOUs prior to the dance, they will not be allowed to attend and refunds cannot be guaranteed.

Additionally, any student placed on Social Probation between now and the end of the school year will not be allowed to attend the dance, even if they have already purchased a ticket. Attendance is important in these final weeks of the school year.

All permission slips must be completed and signed before purchasing tickets; additional forms can be found in the main office.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Harrold in Rm. 321 or email at dharrold@bwschools.net

See you all there!

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