Campus Life

Map and Transportation

The Baldwin School’s convenient location and easy commuter access ensures that all roads truly lead to Baldwin.

Transportation Options

List of 4 items.

  • Campus Parking

    Upper School students of legal age with a valid driver’s license may choose to drive to Baldwin. Baldwin provides limited on and off campus parking.  Parking permits may be purchased for $25 and are good for one year.
  • Public Transportation

    The Baldwin School is conveniently located just one block from SEPTA’s Bryn Mawr train station, with service from Paoli-Thorndale through Philadelphia.  Baldwin can also be reached by SEPTA Bus 105, providing service from 69th Street Station in Upper Darby to Ardmore and Paoli.  The bus stops at the corner of Lancaster Avenue and Bryn Mawr Avenue, a three block walk to the Baldwin campus.  Find schedules at www.septa.org.
  • School District Resources

    Many families are pleased to discover that their local school district will provide busing services for their daughters. Below is a list of school districts and their requirements.

    Colonial (Kindergarten and up)
    Great Valley (5 years old by September 1)
    Haverford (5 years old by September 1)
    Lower Merion (Kindergarten and up)
    Marple Newton (Grade I and up)
    Methacton (Kindergarten and up)
    Norristown (Kindergarten to Grade 4)
    Philadelphia (Grades I through 8)
    Radnor (Kindergarten and up)
    Rosetree/Media (Kindergarten and up)
    Southeast Delco (Kindergarten and up)
    Springfield (Grade I and up)
    Tredyffrin/Easttown (Kindergarten and up)
    Upper Darby (Kindergarten and up)
    Upper Merion (5 years old by September 1)
    Wallingford/Swarthmore (Kindergarten and up):
    William Penn (Kindergarten and up)
    Wissahickon (Kindergarten and up)
  • Van Service

    The Baldwin School facilitates convenient and safe door-to-door private van service for our families from Center City, Philadelphia. Pick-up and drop-off times are coordinated with the school schedule.
     
    Enrolled families may contact Amelia Fogarino with Precious Cargo, the private van company, at (215) 480-0800 or preciouscargo1706@gmail.com for more information.

    Enrolled families from the western suburbs may set up a time to speak with Kristina Fahl at Shuttlebee or email kristina@ourshuttlebee.com regarding private transportation options.