Baldwin County High School

Bay Minette, AL

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  • 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

    Cutter Crane, Mary Stuart Lewis, Ariel White, Tyler Siggers
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  • Message from Principal Craig Smith


    Parents of Baldwin County High School students,


    On Thursday, February 6th, Baldwin County High School will be administering a practice ACT to all 9th, 10th, and 11th graders. The practice ACT will give us immediate results so we can begin our ACT remediation before the state-mandated March 10thACT with Writing test for all juniors. We want all of our students to be present and on time that day and to be fully prepared and comfortable taking this test. Students will need a charged Chromebook, two #2 pencils, a scientific calculator, and a snack to eat during their 15-minute break. Please encourage your student(s) to do their best on this practice test.


    All students should report to homeroom as usual on Thursday, February 6th, with their Chromebooks, two #2 pencils, and a scientific calculator.


    On February 6th, seniors will be involved in Success After High School sessions with guest professionals that have been planned especially for them while the other students are testing.


    Thank you for your support that will guarantee maximum benefit of this ACT Practice Test for our students, teachers, and school personnel.




    Craig Smith

    Principal, Baldwin County High School




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  • The preschool inclusion classroom will consist of preschool children with special needs and non-disabled/typical preschool students. Learn more about this program at this link: PRE-K Flyer

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  • pre k


    ***There is no application fee for this program*** Alabama's nationally recognized First Class Pre-K will begin accepting applications on January 21 for the 2020-2021 school year. Enrollment is open to all children four years of age who reside in one of these school attendance zones. For full details please see this link: Pre-K Information


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  • resources   resources 2

    Students are generally referred to Baldwin County Public School System social workers by guidance counselors, school nurses, or administrators.  Referral reasons may include mental health issues, financial difficulties, medical concerns, behavioral problems, parent-child conflict, family crises, suspected child abuse/neglect, poor academic performance, and truancy/excessive tardiness.

    If you need additional counseling services please feel free contact one of these resources in the Baldwin County area. 

    Mental Health Resources

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  • bullying

    SERVICES. If you are in need of services for your student or if you want more details on bullying, suicide or other topics check out this link . The Baldwin County Public School System is committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment in which all members of the school community are treated with respect. 
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  • Attendance


    The Baldwin County Public School System is committed to the provision of excellent educational opportunities for all students.  For students to take advantage of these opportunities, it is essential that students attend school on a regular basis.  Daily attendance is monitored by each school so that both parents and educators can work together to ensure compliance with the district’s attendance policy.

    Parents please read for additional information: 

    English or Spanish


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    Studies have shown that students who eat breakfast are more likely to reacher high levels of achievement. Breakfast is available throughout the year in select Baldwin County Public Schools. The price for breakfast is $1.75 for K-12. For more information or to see if breakfast is available at your school please contact the school office. 
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  • health Parents – This is the time of the year for colds, flu and other childhood illnesses. A common childhood nuisance that is often seen is head lice. Anyone can get head lice. Learn more what you can do and what you should do for prevention. 

    Head Lice Tips

    Head Lice Parent Information

    Head Lice Q & A

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  • afterschool


    Baldwin County Afterschool Care Hiring Now!

    The Baldwin County Afterschool childcare program is now accepting Worker Applications, click here for more details. 




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  • registration

    Online registration is now closed for returning students please contact your school for registration information. Online registration for students new to Baldwin County Public Schools (never have been enrolled) is now open. If you've not visited our New Families page, please do. It offers a wealth of information. New students please see these links for more details on registration: 



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  • strategic plan


    STRATEGIC PLAN. The Baldwin County Board of Education has approved the Strategic Plan. The plan includes four Strategic Priorities. Please see the below link for more details. click here


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  • free lunch

    FREE & REDUCED MEALS. The 2019-2020 school year Free and Reduced Meal Application is now available online at

    Parents, apply online as paper applications will not be sent home this year. If you have additional questions, please call 251-970-4402. #baldwinproud


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