Baldwin-Whitehall School District is an above average, public school district located in Pittsburgh, PA. It has 4,285 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
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Baldwin-Whitehall School District Reviews
The teachers I feel like are a huge draw to the Baldwin School District. I have created so many connections with teachers over my years within the school district. The Baldwin Whitehall School District also has the greatest diversity within Western Pennsylvania having students from over 50 different countries. It is incredible to see all of the different cultures on holidays of various countries. The district also does a great job highlighting cultural differences and celebrating them. Our School district also has many new facilities, including a newly renovated high school, and a new elementary school being currently built. The Baldwin Senior High School is truly a gorgeous building, with a brand new AstroTurf football field, and two softball fields, to add to the view from the school. Overall, I would highly suggest living in the Baldwin Whitehall School District, and sending their kids to the public schools.
Overall, I enjoyed my experience at Baldwin High School. There were a lot of social events to help students get involved, such as dances, fairs, and football games. They also have a wide selection of general classes, with students being able to take cooking and fashion design. However, I found they do not offer several AP courses I wanted to take. I hope this is something they can improve for future students. My senior year they added a coffee shop called the Baldwin bean, and I really enjoyed being able to get coffee with my friends in my free time. My greatest critique would be how poor their guidance department is. They did not have many scholarships available, and applying for them as well as colleges was always a hassle.
Baldwin has always been a very wonderful place to achieve an education. My dad went to Baldwin and received a great education from there while also being able to play baseball. Starting in my sophomore year, I joined the choir and got to see how amazing the music department is at Baldwin. The teachers are excellent and know what they are talking about. Baldwin was renovated in 2009 and has one of the best facilities around. Even though there’s always drama between certain people at school, that happens everywhere and Baldwin’s teachers and administrators are definitely there to help sort things out and help students and other faculty. I’m so thankful that I’ll be graduating from such a great place that has made growing up so joyful and memorable.