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ACHIEVING OUR FULL POTENTIAL - TOGETHER

The Baldwinsville Central School District is the third-largest suburban public school system in Onondaga County, covering approximately 75 square miles and serving about 6,000 students in eight buildings. About 900 instructional and support staff work in our facilities. The district offers a wide range of programs and services, as well as cutting-edge technology, a widely respected special education program, and numerous extracurricular activities.

The district continually strives for excellence in education so that all students may reach their full potential. We are proud of our students’ and staff members’ accomplishments. On this page we list the district’s most notable highlights in academics, the arts, athletics, and staff achievement for the 2018-2019 school year. Please come back often! The page is updated on a regular basis to provide the community with the latest information on student and staff achievement. 

These accomplishments would not be possible without the efforts of the entire school district community. Thank you for your support!

Academic Achievement

National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist

Thomas Grindle

a young man shakes hands with a man as another man and two women look on
 

National Merit Commended Students

David Teska, Lauren Lammers, Margaret Wiegand, and Ryan Micho
two male students and two female students hold certificates
 

AP Scholars Awards

Eighty-four Baldwinsville students earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their achievements on the college-level Advanced Placement Program Exams. Students took AP Exams in May 2018 after finishing their studies in college-level courses at Baker High School.


 

Artistic Achievement

 

2020 Rose Parade

The Baldwinsville Central School District marching band, the Marching Bees, has accepted an invitation to participate in the 131st Rose Parade, January 1, 2020, in Pasadena, California. Baldwinsville is the first New York State band selected for the Rose Parade in over thirty years! Only 15 high school bands from around the country are invited to participate in the parade each year. 
a male and a female hold roses and also hold a sign that says Rose Parade 2020
 

2018 NYSSMA All-State Music Conference

Six students were selected to perform and two students were selected as alternates for band, chorus or orchestra.
 
Two gilrs are standing and a boy and a girl are sitting at a piano
a boy holding a trumpet stands in front of a brick wall
A girl and boy holding violins and a boy with a cello
 

2018 Jr. High Area All-State Music Festival

Twelve students were invited to perform in the festival in the band or the orchestra.
 
A boy is smiling
A boy holding a cello is smiling
 
A boy and a girl hold a French horn and two boys stand next to them
six girls hold violins
 

Athletic Achievement

 

2018 Section III Champions

 
Boys Varsity Soccer
Girls Varsity Volleyball
 

Regional Champions

Boys Varsity Soccer

 

State Competition 

Girls Cross Country - Justus Holden-Betts, 39th Place, and she was part of the Section III team that won 1st Place

Staff Achievement

 

New York State Master Teachers

Erin Robertson and Kristin Zimmer