Baldwin County High School

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Baldwin County High School
1 Tiger Drive
Bay Minette, Alabama
United States
Type Public
School district Baldwin County Public Schools
Principal Craig Smith
Teaching staff 77
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1,170
Campus One Tiger Dr., Bay Minette, Alabama, 36507
Color(s) Orange and black          
Athletics Baseball, cross country, football, basketball, soccer, golf, softball, swimming, track and field, volleyball
Nickname Tigers
Yearbook Balcoala

Baldwin County High School is a public high school that serves grades 9-12 in Bay Minette, Baldwin County, Alabama, United States. It is part of the Baldwin County Public Schools.

BCHS is an Apple Distinguished school.[1] Students received MacBook Air laptops during the 2013-2014 school year.[2]

Baldwin County High School serves the city of Bay Minette and the unincorporated communities of White House Fork, Bromley, Crossroads, Perdido, Pine Grove, Stapleton, and Stockton, among other communities.

Feeder patterns[edit]

The following schools feed into Baldwin County High School:

  • Perdido School
  • Bay Minette Middle School
  • Bay Minette Intermediate School
  • Stapleton Elementary School
  • Vaughn Elementary School
  • Delta Elementary School
  • Pine Grove Elementary School

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Coordinates: 30°53′37″N 87°47′39″W / 30.89360°N 87.79408°W / 30.89360; -87.79408