Baldwin Middle-Senior High School

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Baldwin Middle-Senior High School
Address
291 Mill Street, West
Baldwin, Florida 32234
USA
Information
Type Public
Motto Bring Your A Game!
Established 1949
Status Open
Principal Dr. Denise Hall
Faculty 62
Grades 6 - 12
Number of students 1,150 (approximately)
Hours in school day 7:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m
Campus Rural
Color(s) red, white, and black
Mascot Indian
Nickname Indians
Rival Baker County High School, Glen St. Mary, Florida
Newspaper

The Drum Beat (Middle School)

Indian Trails (High School)
Yearbook Indian Pride
Website

Baldwin Middle-Senior High School is a public secondary school in Baldwin, Florida, part of the Duval County School District. Located within the Baldwin city limits, the school has a middle school and a high school and enrolls about 1,150 students. Located in the more rural far western part of Duval County, the student population is smaller than any other secondary school in Duval County.

Academics[edit]

The school currently has a "C" as of 2010 on the Florida School Accountability Grading Scale.[1]

Improvement[edit]

Baldwin implemented a School Improvement Plan for the 2007-2008 school year that utilizes many of the same programs specified in the College Board EXCELerator pilot project. This program is also in place at eight other Duval County Schools.[2]

Academic Programs[edit]

Baldwin offers special degree programs to its students including the AP Capstone program, a digital communications magnet beginning in 6th grade, a dual enrollment diploma program though Florida State College at Jacksonville and Edward Waters College, and an aeronautical robotics academy with classes through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

Activities & Clubs[edit]

Band • Bible Club • Brain Brawl - Middle School • Brain Brawl - High School • Cross Country • Cheerleaders - Middle School • Cheerleaders - Junior Varsity • Cheerleaders - Varsity • Chorus • FCA • Key Club • National Honor Society • National Junior Honor Society • Newspaper • Robotics • Photography • Student Council • Yearbook •

Swimming Pool[edit]

The school has an outdoor pool which is used by the athletic teams and physical education classes during the academic year; then it becomes a free public pool operated by the City of Jacksonville Parks & Recreation Department during the summer months.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School Demographic, Assessment, and Accountability Data". Duval County Public Schools. February 13, 2008. Archived from the original on 2008-10-02. Retrieved 2008-02-16. 
  2. ^ Duval County Schools website: Baldwin School Improvement Plan

Coordinates: 30°18′16″N 81°58′41″W / 30.304365°N 81.978191°W / 30.304365; -81.978191