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125th Anniversary

Smith College President Kathleen McCartney has appointed Donna E. Lisker, Ph.D., associate vice provost for undergraduate education at Duke University, as dean of the college and vice president for campus life at Smith, effective July 14. Read more here.
Gayatri (Jordan) Rai ’15 won second place in the Engineering, Technology and Computer Science category at the 50th Annual Pennsylvania Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (PA-JSHS), which was held at the Ramada Conference Center in State College from March 30 – April 1, 2014. Jordan’s paper was titled “Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: An approach to differential diagnosis using an expert system.”

The Middle School "A" and "B" Lacrosse and Softball teams had a busy Thursday afternoon battling neighborhood rival Shipley.

On March 21, the last day of classes prior to Spring Break, Grade VII biology students and Grade IV DREAM Lab™ students worked together on a design challenge. 
Varsity softball defeated Academy of the New Church 12-8 in their season opener on Wednesday.
Baldwin’s first grade held their annual collection of canned cat and dog food this past February, with a goal of collecting 125 cans this year in honor of Baldwin’s 125th anniversary. 
Caroline Milgram ’20 is one of 30 young actors who will travel to the Czech Republic April 12 -19 to perform a play within the walls of Terezin Concentration Camp. A cast of Jewish and non-Jewish American and international actors ages 12 to 19 will tell the story of the 15,000 children held captive in Terezin with a performance of Celeste Raspanti’s play, I Never Saw Another Butterfly

Morgan Steelman '16 was named a 2013-14 US Squash High School All-American. 

Baldwin alumna Milica Stojancic Schiavio ’98 will be hosting an artistic hat making family workshop at PAFA this Saturday. Families will be able to select from four different styles to build wearable pieces of art. Milica Stojancic Schiavio teaches at Main Line School Night, has held fascinator workshops at the Baldwin School, is one of the Chapeau Contest judges for the Radnor Hunt race day, and currently has a collection of hats on exhibit at the Philadelphia International Airport. For more information on the workshop, please visit

Baldwin Crew participated in their first race of the 2014 season on Sunday, March 23 at the Manny Flick Regatta #2.


 The Baldwin School will be conducting a Parent Survey to gather vital feedback on your views of the School and the job we are doing. This will also enable us to gather your thoughts on ways the School can even better serve your needs. The survey will be distributed on Wednesday, April 2 and should take no more than 15-20 minutes of your time to complete.  We have engaged an outside consultant who specializes in conducting surveys for independent schools. From his extensive experience, he has advised us that the success of the survey is dependent on full participation.  We hope we can count on your response to ensure meaningful results.

We will act upon the findings of this survey, and look forward to your feedback as a source for new directions. We ask that you be candid and tell us what you think we are doing right and also what we can improve on. If you don’t tell us, we may never know.

Your answers (unless you wish to be identified) will be made in absolute anonymity. You will not be asked to identify yourself anywhere on the questionnaire and the third-party coordination will ensure no trackable data.

We thank you in advance for your assistance and participation.

On March 14, Jasmine Syed ‘15 and Sara Syed ‘18 participated in the Montgomery County Science Research Competition (MCSRC).  Jasmine won second place for her research on Bio Diesel and Diesel Fuel, and Sara won third place overall and first place among the girls’ projects for her computer game designed to teach Hands Only CPR. Both girls qualified to move on to the Delaware Valley Science Fair in April. 
Varsity squash player Selena Maity '14 and the Middle School Squash team won Mid-Atlantic Squash Association (MASA) Sportsmanship Awards.
Varsity Lacrosse won three of four 30 minute scrimmage games at the Harriton High School Playday on Saturday, March 15.
Maddie Pujadas '14 and Val Yoshimura '15 were selected 1st Team All-Inter-Ac League for swimming.
Eight members of the varsity squash program earned post-season honors.
As Baldwin's "Canstruction" project reached its conclusion, the cans were donated to the Ada Mutch Community Center at ElderNet in Bryn Mawr. Ada Mutch was a member of Baldwin Class of 1922. Girls in Grades VI - VIII helped to make the donation.

Marisa Porges '96, former policy adviser in the U.S. Departments of Defense and Treasury and research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, recently published an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer about the crisis in Syria.


Ryan Morgan '14 signed her National Letter of Intent to attend and play squash at Drexel University in front of family and friends on Thursday, March 6 at the Athletic Center.

Hannah and Rachael Tipperman ’15, Baldwin juniors and founders of Robot Springboard, have been awarded the #include Fellowship from the Stanford she++ (pronounced “She Plus Plus”) organization. The award includes an all-expense paid trip for each girl to Stanford University and Silicon Valley.

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