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Last month, Baldwin had three students compete in the Montgomery County Science Research Competition (MCSRC), and they received a number of awards at the awards ceremony.

Jen Dietrich '17 won first place in the 400 meter dash at the Neshaminy High School Lady Skins Invitational on Saturday, April 11. Dietrich was the only runner in the event to break one minute with a time of 59.82. 

Baldwin’s Middle School Mathcounts Club has once again achieved gold level status in the National Math Club. Each year to reach this highest honor, students need to complete a challenging, creative, team-oriented project.

Morgan Steelman '16 and Sumi Mudgil '17 were named a 2014-15 High School All-American by US Squash on April 8. 

The Baldwin School is proud to announce it has reached its goal to begin construction on The Simpson Center for the Performing Arts in honor of Lois Goutman. To date, the Baldwin community has raised the $4.2 million needed for the project. 

Baldwin’s Upper School students are participating in a spring day of service on April 8 and will serve a record 12 organizations. The girls, along with the support and guidance of their deans, advisors, and chaperons will spread out across the Delaware Valley to serve those in need. In addition, earlier last month during Middle School Mini-Week, students in Grades VI – VIII had the opportunity to sign up for a service-learning class dedicated to serving the needs of the local community. 


Varsity softball shortstop and co-captain Noelle Zimmerman '16 was selected Main Line Times Girls Athlete of the Week for April 12.


Varsity softball defeated visiting Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 3-2 in the season and Inter-Ac League opener at Upper Field on a beautiful Tuesday afternoon.

Continuing a program that launched in 2007, Baldwin’s Middle School welcomed 10 students from the Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF), an independent day school situated near the center of Cambridge, England. The students arrived at Baldwin on April 1 and will stay through April 11. During their visit, they will attend classes with their Baldwin hosts, visit Washington DC and Philadelphia, and participate in the Upper School service day.
Twenty-eight Baldwin Middle School students spent the latter part of their Spring Break articulating the views of Luxembourg and Malaysia at the International Model United Nations Conference held in New York City.  It is the fourth year that Baldwin has sent a contingent to the conference, which included approximately 1,600 students from around the world.
Laura Nguyen '15 is the exhibiting artist in the Residence Art Gallery this month. Laura's exhibition, titled "Tales of Her," is Baldwin's first Senior Solo Art Show. 
Following an in-depth analysis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Grade XI students had the opportunity to act out scenes from the play, guided by experienced Shakespearian actors from Revolutionary Shakespeare Theater Company. This week-long 11th grade workshop occurred earlier this month and was made possible through the Elisabeth Klebanoff ’80 Memorial Fund, which was established in 2002 to remember Elisabeth and assist Baldwin’s faculty in nurturing the success of Baldwin students.

Baldwin crew raced in the third of the Manny Flick Regatta series on Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia on the Schuylkill River.


Gabbie Ciccone ’15 and her mount, Some Kind of Wonderful (“Bo”), won two blue ribbons from the Paradise Farm and Sporting Days Farm Eventing Trials held in February at Aiken, South Carolina.

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