Baldwin-Whitehall School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Pittsburgh, PA. It has 4,131 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
Baldwin-Whitehall School District Rankings
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- B-89 Students
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- B-46 Students
- C+45 Students
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Baldwin-Whitehall School District Reviews
Baldwin has been such a unique experience for me. I have been a part of the two time wpial championship volleyball team. I have also been involved in many school trips to places like New York, Spain, and Italy. I love how diverse our school is. There are 32 different cultures represented at Baldwin High School. This gives students and teachers the ability and opportunities to learn about new cultures and how others live around the world. With that, there really is something for everyone to get involved in. With the number of different clubs and activities to take part in you'll never be bored. Special Olympics has to be the biggest and most successful club at our school and I am very proud to be a part of it.
Baldwin High School is a great community to live in. The district and community stand as one when times get rough and support one another. One thing I loved in my high school experience was the programs students could participate in. Special Olympics club had a high participation rate along with National Honor Society and other organizations. Most sports teams were supported at home and away games and an awesome experience to be apart of. I also loved the size of the school because it was big but it wasn't too hard to get to all of your classes in 5 minutes. However, it would be nicer if the guidance office worked with students more to prepare them for choosing a major and college.
My whole life consisted of migration. I was born at a small Himalayan country in Nepal. Seeking for better education, and better life, my family transitioned to settle in United State. Over the course of eight years I have changed three schools and Baldwin is the place for me. Baldwin has evolved over the course of these years. More classrooms were added to accommodate the increase in the student population and also the diversity has expand much more.