Baldwin County Virtual School enrollment closes April 30

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Posted 4/1/21

For the 2021-2022 school year, Baldwin County Public Schools will continue offering an alternative to traditional, brick and mortar education.

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Baldwin County Virtual School enrollment closes April 30

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For the 2021-2022 school year, Baldwin County Public Schools will continue offering an alternative to traditional, brick and mortar education. Baldwin County offers two virtual schools, one serving Kindergarten through 6th grade students and one serving 7th through 12th grade students. The Baldwin County Virtual Elementary School provides robust educational experiences across all content areas, challenging students to hone their skills as analytical thinkers and problem solvers. The Baldwin County Virtual Secondary School is equally rigorous, offering a fast paced, college preparatory school for students and families in Baldwin County. The schools afford students an option separate to traditional school. Students and families must apply to attend either of the virtual schools. Applications will only be accepted until April 30. Applications will not be considered after April 30. Students may not apply to attend the school at the conclusion of the school year or during new/returning student registration. If your child is interested in attending either the Baldwin County Virtual Elementary School or the Baldwin County Virtual Secondary School, please complete your application online at www.baldwinvirtual.com. As a reminder, applications will only be accepted until April 30, 2021.