The Baldwin-Whitehall School District is situated in Allegheny County and educates more than 4,200 students from the Boroughs of Baldwin and Whitehall and Baldwin Township who attend classes in five buildings, including one high school, one middle school, and three elementary schools.
The school district covers approximately 10-square miles and is located less than 10 miles from the heart of Pittsburgh. The high school renovation project completed in 2009, was recognized nationally as an award winning design by American School & University. The campus showcases fantastic athletic fields and courts, a modern performing arts center, and unmatched amenities for students, staff, and community members.
Stories about Baldwin-Whitehall
Curtain up: Your guide to all the high school musicals in the Pittsburgh region this spring
Spring is high school musical season, and the Pittsburgh region has an incredible lineup of shows.
These 14 Pittsburgh-area school districts are leading the way — and earning national recognition from AASA
Photo above by MD Duran used by permission via Unsplash. Last June, Kidsburgh wrote about two local school districts — Elizabeth Forward and West Allegheny — which were both named […]
Which western PA school districts have been named to the League of Innovative Schools?
These local districts were named to the League of Innovative Schools thanks to their focus on impactful, equitable learning.
More than $500,000 in Moonshot Grants propel 9 new local projects into the educational stratosphere
A half-million dollars in Moonshot Grant funding will help launch these great programs for local kids.
EdCorps Real World Scholars develops kid entrepreneurs to lead tomorrow’s business world
“There’s just endless support for it, from students, from parents, from the community, from administrators,”
‘Bright Spots’ video highlights pandemic innovations at South Hills schools
These shining examples are the heroic efforts of innovative, caring, and dedicated educators who are meeting the needs of children, families and communities each and every day.
What should the future of learning look like? Ask the students.
Before young people can build a better world, we need to fix the way that we’re teaching them.
How to help kids learn — and feel loved — during this challenging school year
The “So Now What?” webinar series wraps up with a range of great learning resources for families.
Just breathe! Kids ease their anxiety as families practice mindfulness
From kindergarten kids to professional athletes, mindfulness has never been more mainstream. With good reason.
With ‘Songs for Seniors,’ Baldwin High School kids lift the spirits of senior citizens
With nursing homes closed to visitors, these kids found a way to make a difference.
‘Normal-C’ musical at Baldwin High School is geared towards kids with special needs
“Basically it’s about how teenage fears are all the same, no matter whether you have a disability or you don’t,”
These Pittsburgh kids are e-commerce CEOs via EdCorps
“I love how the students recognize each other’s strengths and look to each other for help.”
5 Pittsburgh school districts where kids learn real-world entrepreneurial skills
“Students are learning that they can take an idea and actually turn it into reality if they put forth the effort.”
Talented teen using musical theater to raise money for Make-A-Wish
A local teenager is about to reach her goal of raising $50,000 for Make-A-Wish, and she’s done it by writing and producing her own musicals at her high school. Mikayla […]