Excellence and Equity for All

  • Baldwin Union Free School District maintains a rigorous academic program for K-12 students in a vibrant teaching and learning community. 

    Elementary Level

    At the elementary level, there is a strong foundational curriculum in place that supports students with the Next Generation Learning Standards and New York State Assessments through balanced literacy and the Eureka Math program, which was built around the core principals that students need to know more than just what works when solving a problem—they need to understand why it works.

    Learn more about the elementary school curriculum >>

    Middle School Level

    Baldwin Middle School students benefit from a team approach to teaching and learning. The middle school bridges the elementary curriculum with the continuation of the Eureka Math program in grades 6. 

    Students in grades 7 and 8 are prepared for high school readiness and are given pre-Advanced Placement options in a schedule that is more reflective of the high school level. Students in grade 8 take the Algebra 1 Regents, which is their first high school course, and some also take the Earth Science Regents, a second high school course. They also may participate in the Pre-Academy Program, which provides enrichment and the opportunity to sample Baldwin High School Academic Academy opportunities. 

    High School Level

    The high school prepares students for college and career readiness through rich and robust course offerings, an open Advanced Placement policy, Academic Academy offerings, college-level electives, higher education partnerships, and experiential learning through shadow days and internships in our award-winning School2Career Program.


    The district offers social and emotional support for K-12 students, as well as a Mentoring Program that creates meaningful relationships between students and trusted adults. In addition, Baldwin UFSD schedules a variety of parent workshops and meetings throughout the school year. 

  • Contact Us 

    Anthony Mignella
    Assistant Superintendent for Instruction