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BCSD Hosting Annual Fine Arts Showcase This Weekend


The Baldwin County School District will be hosting its annual Fine Arts Showcase at the Baldwin High School Fine Arts Center on Saturday, April 13th from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Fine Arts Showcase highlights the stunning talent from all age groups and school levels within the district. Guests can expect new performances every 20 minutes by bands, chorus’ and musical theater productions all while enjoying art gallery that has been created in the halls of Baldwin High School from students of all grades.

“If you want to know why our district is a nationally recognized for our fine arts education, then come this Saturday and find out,” said Superintendent Dr. Noris Price. “The talent of our students and teachers in the fine arts community is second to none and these types of programs not only expose these students to critical content fields like the arts but also play significant roles in their academic development, as well.”

“This is our biggest event of the year and it’s also the most fun,” said district Fine Arts Director Anna Brock. “Our students have been working tirelessly and their dedication, and more specifically their incredible talent, comes shining through. This is the most comprehensive look at the huge investment we’ve made in the fine arts and how it’s paying off for our students.”

The Baldwin County School District was recently awarded the designation of being a Best Community for Music Education by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation for a fourth year in a row, one of only six districts in the state of Georgia to earn the honor.


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