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The state says Orange Beach City Schools owes it $4.6 million for the new city system's shortfall in the state foundation's 10-mill match funding program, according to documents obtained by Gulf … more
FOLEY — Last year, the Foley High School Theater Department hit the stage with a modern rendition of the musical "Godspell." Now, they're preparing to pack the house with the play "Steel … more
SUMMERDALE — Baldwin EMC Shining Star Students for the months of August and September were recently honored. Students were nominated for displaying the Touchstone Energy characteristics of … more
A Phlebotomy Certification Prep Course is now being offered at Remington College's Mobile campus. Phlebotomy is the procedure where a needle is used to take blood from a vein, typically in … more
The Alabama Farmers Federation recently awarded more than $140,000 in scholarships to students pursuing degrees in agriculture, forestry and related fields at Auburn University (AU). The organization … more
Six Baldwin County former or present high school students received the Baldwin County Master Gardeners (BCMG) annual scholarship. The scholarships totaled $12,500."We are pleased with the quality and … more
DAPHNE — Mary Ann Willis, director of college counseling emerita at Bayside Academy, was awarded the Gayle C. Wilson Service to Education Award by the National Association for College Admission … more
Bayside Academy student Haya Idriss won the Conservation Education Poster Contest for the K-1 category. This year's theme was "Healthy Soils, Healthy Life." more
Bayside Academy earned second place honors during the University of Mobile Brain Battle Tournament that took place on Sept. 15 on the university campus. Over 70 students from eight Baldwin and Mobile … more
Spanish Fort High School and Fairhope High School are among the top winners of the 2022 College Success Award. The award recognizes schools throughout the nation that are excelling in preparing … more
The Outdoor Writers Association of America announced the opening of the 2022 Norm Strung Youth Writing Awards and the second-annual OWAA Student Photo Contest. Both contests are aimed towards budding … more
DAPHNE — Bayside Academy senior Ty Postle has been named a semifinalist in the 68th-annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Postle has the opportunity to continue in the National Merit … more
DAPHNE — Daphne High School's AFJROTC program recently completed its eith-annual New Cadet Academy, a summer orientation program preparing new cadets. The program lasts four days and instructs … more
DAPHNE — Emma Dumas has been through more than most her age.Before the age of three, she was diagnosed with leukemia. The next two years she was in full-blown treatment. After a long battle, … more
GULF SHORES — The Gulf Shores Board of Education cut the ribbon of the new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) Collaborative Learning Center at the city’s elementary … more
FOLEY — Margaret Roley, CEO of South Baldwin Regional Medical Center (SBRMC), was named the Walton M. Vines Free Enterprise Person of the Year during the 46th-annual South Baldwin Chamber of … more
Elberta Elementary School has been named a 2022 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona. Nationally, 297 schools were recognized for the award, including five … more
Joe Sharp, who most recently served as principal at Robertsdale High School, has been appointed to the position of assistant superintendent for Baldwin County Public Schools.As assistant … more
Questions always arise when standards are changed, especially when it concerns those who teach our children.In July, the Alabama State Board of Education approved a change to teaching standards in an … more
Across Alabama, schools are facing a teacher shortage. The state's challenge of finding new teachers has been ongoing, and the COVID-19 pandemic worsened the situation as people changed … more
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