Thank you and Goodbye

Thank you to the Baldwin-Whitehall School District, Baldwin High School, and the entire Baldwin-Whitehall community.

It has been a true pleasure serving as Principal of the high school for the past six years. In my 31 years in education and throughout my experiences in several school districts in both south-central and southwestern PA., – the students, staff, and community of the BWSD are truly the NICEST!!

Thanks to everyone for the chance to work with you, and please know that I will always fondly remember my time as a Fighting Highlander.

I will miss the people the most.

Be well, and remember – Once a Fighting Highlander, always a Fighting Highlander!

With Warm Regards,
Walt Graves (Retired) 🙂

BHS – Business as usual on Final Day – Safe and Secure

In an effort to sustain open and transparent communication, this message is to inform and stop any inaccurate rumors from being spread.

A situation that began on social media over the weekend was brought to the attention of the BHS administration yesterday. The BHS administration immediately investigated and determined the information was unsubstantiated.

There was never a threat to the safety or well-being of anyone at our school.

We will continue to operate under, “business as usual” conditions during these final two days of school.

Good luck to our underclassmen as they take their final exams.

Graduation Ceremony Preparation and Safety Precautions

We are excited to celebrate the Class of 2019 during our traditional Graduation Ceremony that will begin in our stadium at 7:00 PM.

We will follow the same safety precautions during our graduation ceremony that we implement during our athletic events and programs that are held in our stadium throughout the year.  All bags will be checked before spectators are permitted to enter the gates; and open beverage containers will not be permitted into the stadium.

We are also emphasizing the restriction of any noise-makers, horns, drums, musical instruments, etc. during the ceremony in order to maintain the dignity of our graduation program.  The restriction of noise-makers also ensures that the names of all of our graduates are able to be heard and appreciated.

We look forward to a beautiful evening tomorrow night as we celebrate our graduates!

Congratulations Class of 2019!

Keystone Testing Information

Attention all students who are required to take the Keystone Exams.

Testing dates and room assignments for both Biology and Literature exams are posted outside the guidance office, main office, library and cafeteria.
Biology testing will take place on Monday, May 13 and Tuesday, May 14 and Literature on Wednesday, May 15 and Thursday, May 16.

Students taking the Keystone Exams will report at our regular start time with testing beginning promptly at 7:30am.

Students who are not taking the Keystone Exam are to report on a two-hour delay start time (via their own transportation) or plan to remain in the south cafeteria while the exams are in session.

Good luck to all students taking the Keystone Exams!

BHS Center Lot Closures – Impacting Student Parking

Next Monday, May 13, is our annual Pre-School Graduation Ceremony that will be held for both the morning and afternoon session; therefore, the center lot will be closed to staff parking. Our guests and visitors for our Pre-School Graduation will park in the center lot next Monday.

Additionally, Baldwin High School is hosting a Remake Learning session next Wednesday, May 15, in our library. Once again, our guests and visitors will use the center lot to park their vehicles. The center lot will be closed to staff next Wednesday, May 15.

In both cases, students are to be aware that parking in the student lot will be limited next Monday and Wednesday, and should plan accordingly.

BHS Bi-annual Mock Crash Assembly is Friday, April 26

Attention Students and Staff:

The Baldwin High School, bi-annual Mock Crash is scheduled for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd periods this Friday, April, 26. The mock accident scene will be set-up early in the morning in our center lot on the day of the assembly.

Therefore, staff are requested to park in the student lot this Friday, April 26, and students who usually drive to school are encouraged to ride the bus this Friday, or to at least be aware that parking in the student lot will be limited. Please plan accordingly.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Steel Center Information RE: 4-18-19

Attention Steel Center students!

Steel Center is open this Thursday, April 18, 2019, when Baldwin High School is not in session. Transportation will be provided as usual to and from Steel Center for students who wish to attend.

Students are responsible for their own transportation to BHS and are to be in the south lot by 7:30 AM. The bus will return to the BHS south lot at 10:15 AM. Students will then need to arrange their own transportation home.

Questions? Stop in the main office for answers.

Keystone Exams 2019

Good Afternoon,

The following is important information regarding the upcoming Keystone Exams that will take place at Baldwin High School from May13, through May 20, 2019.

The Biology Keystone Exams are scheduled for Monday, May 13th, and Tuesday. May 14th. All 9th grade students and students currently enrolled in our Biology courses are required to take the exam.

The Literature Keystone Exams are scheduled for Wednesday, May 15th, and Thursday, May 16th. All 10th grade students and students enrolled in our English Literature courses are required to take the exam.

The Algebra I Keystone Exams are scheduled for Friday, May 17th and Monday, May 20th. All students who are currently enrolled in our Algebra I courses are required to take the exam.

***Any student who has not passed any of the above mentioned Keystone Exams from previous years are required to take the assessment(s) on the designated testing day(s).

A list of names of our students who are required to take the Keystone Exams will be posted outside of the Guidance Office, Main Office, and the South Cafeteria. The list will also include the locations of the testing rooms where students are to report.

Baldwin High School will operate on a 2-hour delay on all six of the testing days; however, our buses will operate as usual. Students scheduled to take the Keystone Exams are to report to school at their regular time.

Students who are not required to take Keystone Exams may choose to arrive at BHS two hours later than normal, BUT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS/HER OWN TRANSPORTATION.

Non-testing students may choose to ride the bus to BHS at their regular time and remain in the cafeteria while testing is in progress. Breakfast will be available to purchase in the south cafeteria and Baldwin Bean during the 2-hour delays.

Steel Center students who are scheduled to take a Keystone Exam are to arrive at BHS at their regular time, and report to their testing room.

Questions? Contact our Guidance Department at 412-885-7500 Extension 98061

Practice and Review information? Visit the BHS website for details:

Good Luck to all of our Fighting Highlanders who are taking the state-mandated assessment!

BHS Competitive Cheer Routine – Rebroadcast

Good News!

Our BHS Competitive Cheerleaders will be showcased on ESPN U performing their “Nationals Competition” that took place in Florida a few weeks ago. The broadcast is scheduled to air this Saturday, at 9:00 am on the ESPN U channel.

BTW – Only the top teams that earned a metal are slated to have their routines shown, so the re-broadcast of the event is a pretty big deal for Baldwin High School and our cheer program.

Congratulations, BHS Competitive Cheer Team! We are VERY proud of you!

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