A Look Into Upper School
The Upper School offers students the chance to develop a keen global awareness, an obligation for service to mankind, and a determination to reach success after college matriculation
Below are just a few of the key moments she will experience as a Baldwin Upper School student:
Upper School students have the opportunity to participate in the Baldwin Scholars Program, which is funded by magnanimous alumna, Pamela Kenworthey Harer ’51 and her husband, Benson Harer. This program allows a small group of seniors to independently design a course of study and, during the school year, work directly in their field of interest in order to produce an original research project.
She will develop a sense of place, responsibility, and self-worth while participating in a host of cherished Baldwin traditions, co-curricular activities, and externships. Grade 10 students receive their class rings; juniors attend the Marching-In Dinner; senior students go on a four-week externship participating in worthwhile individual programs.
She will become an empowered young woman who is able to conceptualize and understand global issues as she renders service to those in need.
She will gain the skills necessary to compete in a global marketplace through International Partnerships and Excursions. The Be Hoogali Exchange Program partners Grade 10 students with comparable students at Ordrup Gymnasium in Denmark. Upper School girls may also participate in programs in France, Puerto Rico, China, and Tanzania.