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Congratulations to Andrew Meza on being the first Gulf Shores High School student to complete a capstone project for the Seal of Excellence recognition. Meza formally presented his project and … more
North Baldwin Center for Technology held its graduation ceremony Tuesday at the LD Owen Performing Arts Center in Bay Minette. The program included the recognition of National Technical Honor Society … more
Students from schools across Baldwin County gathered for the Spring Games last week at Fairhope’s Majors Field. Smiles and excitement during the parade of athletes were wider and brighter this … more
Online pre-registration for enrolling Pre-K & Kindergarteners for the 2021-2022 school year ends April 30. You can register online by visiting www.bcbe.org/registration Registration parents … more
This year, there are 6,474 students enrolled in Alabama schools across 59 different school districts that are not currently included in the Foundation Allocation program that funds Alabama’s … more
When Hayden Kerin finishes his work for the day, he can literally watch his success soar. The Fairhope High School senior spends half of each school day tinkering with instrumentation and learning … more
Mrs. Perren’s class at Swift Consolidated Elementary spent an afternoon journaling their daily tomato plants growth. more
Students at Magnolia School are continuing the fun by learning the different types of printmaking in art class. Students printed with Legos to create patterns. more
Online pre-registration for enrolling Pre-K and kindergarteners for the 2021-2022 school year is now available. Please go to www.bcbe.org/registration to pre-register for Pre-K and kindergarten … more
After another successful youth clay shoot in December 2020, Councilwoman Annette Mitchell started looking into what it would take to start a school team. Just a few short months after the idea … more
ROBERTSDALE, Alabama — Middle and high school students from Baldwin County put their culinary skills to the test in a beef cookoff Thursday, March 25 at the South Baldwin Center for … more
Baldwin EMC is excited to announce the latest recipients of the Shining Star Student award. These students were nominated for displaying the Touchstone Energy characteristics of integrity, … more
The Walking School Bus, that parade of children who walk to Fairhope West Elementary, is ready for National Poetry Month. One volunteer on each weekday morning in April will recite a poem to the … more
Gulf Shores City School are making plans for the Congressional COVID Relief and American Rescue dollars meant to stabilize education budgets. The CARES Act that was signed into law in March 2020 … more
Orange Beach Middle/High School updated parents and residents at a State of the School meeting held at the Orange Beach Event Center on March 31. Orange Beach Middle School Principal and interim High … more
When Gulf Shores City School students, teachers and staff return from spring break they will be faced with a big decision: to mask or not to mask. On March 4, Governor Kay Ivey extended the Safer … more
Baldwin County Schools expect to receive at least $32 million from COVID-19 relief programs delivered by federal relief funds approved in 2020 and 2021. The money is tied to a series of rules and … more
Three Baldwin County Schools teachers were recognized last week for earning the distinction of National Board Certified Teacher. The National Board Certification was designed to develop, retain … more
Daphne Middle School Student Timarria Bivins got a big surprise at school last Wednesday when her mom arrived home from her third deployment in the U.S. Navy. Timarria was in the school library when … more
For the 2021-2022 school year, Baldwin County Public Schools will continue offering an alternative to traditional, brick and mortar education. Baldwin County offers two virtual schools, one … more
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