Four Baldwin County High School students score 30 and above on the ACT. Recent ACT score results of four Baldwin County High School students have upped their chances of receiving college scholarships after high school graduation. The high scorers (from left to right) are seniors Cutter Crane and Mary Stewart Lewis. Both made composite ACT scores of 30. Two juniors scoring above 30 on the ACT are Ariel White with a score of 31 and Tyler Siggers with a score of 33. Congratulations to these dedicated students for working hard to increase their ACT scores! We are proud of you! #TigerProud #BaldwinProud
During these unprecedented times, our Elementary Curriculum Department has worked to develop an academic plan that is sensitive to both students’ academic needs and the unique needs of families. This plan was recently unveiled to school administrators and teachers and will be put into effect on April 13th. The plan provides details for academic learning to continue until the last official day of school in May.
Please see this link for more information: www.bcbe.org/elementaryeducationupdate
All accepted and wait-list letters have been mailed to Pre-K parents for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. The timeframe to bring required documents will be two weeks after classes resume. If your child was accepted, the online portion of the registration process can be completed at www.bcbe.org-Directory-‘R’ (Registration). Please make sure to select: New To The School System and 2020-21 School Year