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    Baldwin County Virtual School

    Established 2013

    Vision: To provide motivated, independent learners the opportunity to earn their Alabama High School Diploma through flexible, personalized learning experiences available online - anytime, anywhere. 
     
     
     
     
    Baldwin County Virtual School
    by the numbers 
     
    Enrollment Numbers
    2013-14:  19 students
    2014-15:  59 students
    2015-16:  80 students
    2016-17:  264 students
    2017-18:  316 students
     
    Class of 2015 (first graduating class):  16 students earned over $500,000 in college scholarships; two students graduated in three years
    Class of 2016:   25 students earned nearly one million dollars in college scholarships; 9 early graduates
       Class of 2017:  55 students earned nearly 1.5 million  dollars in college scholarships; 7 early graduates 
    Class of 2018: 73 Graduates 3.9 Millon in Scholarships; 5 early graduates
     
    Interested in applying?  Check out the FAQ page for more information.  Go to the APPLY NOW page to submit an online application. Email questions to virtualschool@bcbe.org.  
     
     
     
     
     

    Baldwin County Virtual School

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  • Safety Message from Anthony Sampson, Director of Prevention and Support:

    Protecting our students, teachers and employees is my priority. The Baldwin County Public School System has partnered with the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the Baldwin County Commission and our municipal law enforcement agencies so that ALL our school campuses have a dedicated School Resource Officer each school day.

    As part of our school system’s multi-million-dollar commitment to safety, “buzz in” – video identification check is available on each campus. Everyone must follow stated safety procedures.

    Of note, just because you hear “lockdown” does not necessarily mean there is an emergency on campus. We are sometimes alerted by law enforcement of a concern in the community that prompts us to implement our safety plan.

    Of supreme importance: if you see or hear something, say something– not on social media – but report immediately to law enforcement, a teacher or school administrator all concerns. School administrators and law enforcement will sort out the validity. Together, we form a partnership that keeps our schools safe. Thank you for being a partner!

     

    Anthony Sampson

    Director of Prevention and Support