Twelve Middle School leaders, along with four Upper School student leaders, traveled to Germantown Academy today, October 7, to participate in the Middle School Leadership Conference. Student participants engaged in conversations about leadership styles and strategies, and were charged with identifying solutions for a need in their Middle School community — an ongoing activity that will culminate in the creation of a video this spring.

Varsity Cross Country made excellent strides at the Paul Short Invitational on Saturday afternoon at Lehigh University.


Laura Noteware '15, Varsity Crew co-captain, was selected to the USRowing Scholastic Honor Roll team for 2014-15.

JV Tennis defeated Springside CHA on Thursday afternoon 6-1 to stay undefeated at 8-0.

Two Baldwin faculty members, Jennifer Cutler and Stephanie Wujcik, will be presenting at the upcoming PAIS 2014 Biennial Conference on Friday, October 10, at The Episcopal Academy. This conference is the first-ever gathering of this size and scale for independent school educators from Pennsylvania and Delaware. More than 1,500 attendees are expected.

This year at Baldwin we are launching the inaugural Three Great Schools Service Partnership with The Haverford School and Agnes Irwin. We are excited to kick off the 2014-2015 school year by integrating service learning and working together to accomplish our yearlong vision of mitigating hunger in our area.
Amy Saler Ostroff ’85, co-founder and president of Love to Langa, announces that the organization’s Photography for Change exhibition will be featured at The Bazemore Gallery in Manayunk, PA, from November 20 - December 13, 2014. Thanks to the incredible generosity of gallery owner, Lenny Bazemore, all proceeds will go toward helping Love to Langa’s kids and teachers in South Africa.

The Baldwin School announces the retirement of Sally Powell, who has served as Baldwin’s Head of School since June 2006, after more than thirty-five years as a teacher, administrator and executive at secondary schools. She has planned a retirement date of June 2016.

“Our bright girls and dedicated teachers exude such earnest, joyful enthusiasm, and my personal commitment to providing access to the very best education a girl can have is lifelong, passionate and sincere. It has been a perfect match,” said Sally Powell. “My decision to retire comes on the heels of a successful 125th and in advance of our next strategic planning process. From a personal standpoint, I am looking forward to spending more time with my husband, traveling and exploring new ways to contribute my time and expertise to others.”
The Baldwin School is proud to announce that 27 percent of its senior class has been recognized by the National Merit® Scholarship Program. Eight Baldwin students have been named Semifinalists and six students have been named Commended Students in the 2015 60th annual National Merit® Scholarship Program.

Varsity and JV Tennis both swept non-league opponent Friends' Central School (FCS) 7-0 on Friday afternoon.

This month, Drama teacher Aileen McCulloch was named Y-102 Humanitarian of the Week and the non-profit theater company she founded was named in the top five of the PHL-17 Hotlist for Children's Entertainment for the fourth year in a row.

This summer, Amelia Schafer ’23 attended the Pennsylvania Youth Consortium for Financial Literacy’s Wee Biz Entrepreneurial Camp. The idea behind the camp was simple — how to start a business and be sustainable.

JV Tennis swept the visiting Aces from Lower Merion High School 7-0 on Wednesday afternoon.
Emily Clark ’14 has been named a winner of the 2014 Young Playwrights Inc. National Playwriting Competition. Of the more than 600 plays submitted by writers aged 18 or younger, only eight were selected as winners including Emily’s play, Road Runner.
Varsity Cross Country edged Penn Charter 27-28 in the first Inter-Ac League race of the season on Tuesday afternoon at the Belmont Plateau.

Jasmine Syed ’15 and her sister Sara Syed ’18 took center stage on Saturday, September 13 at The Baldwin School during a TechGirlz event. TechGirlz is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering girls to be future technology leaders. The organization recently partnered with The Baldwin School to begin hosting workshops at the Middle School Dream Lab®.


Varsity Cross Country finished in 9th place at the Briarwood Invitational on Saturday at Fairmount Park's Belmont Plateau.


Varsity Field Hockey picked up a big 2-0 shutout win on the road at non-league opponent Friends' Central on Friday afternoon.


Varsity and JV Soccer won their home opener on Friday afternoon against visiting Delaware County Christian School (DCCS).


Varsity and JV Tennis triumphed over non-league opponent GFS on Friday afternoon.

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