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BCSD 2021 Fall Fine Arts Programs


The Fine Arts program in the Baldwin County Schools has made great strides since returning to in-person learning in the Fall of 2021. The BHS Marching Band lists the following accomplishments at the three marching contests they entered this fall. The ratings listed below are all for the marching in competition with other bands in the same classification.

At the Grovetown Warrior competition, the band received the following:

Color Guard (3rd) Drum Major (1st) Percussion (1st) Band (1st)

At the Legacy of Champions competition, the band received the following: Color Guard (3rd) Drum Major (3rd) Band (3 (3rd) Percussion (1st)

and at the Heart of Georgia competition, the band received the following:

Color Guard (3rd) Drum Major (1st) Percussion (1st) Band (1st)


The Baldwin High School Chorus recently performed its first concert in almost two years. Another concert is scheduled for December 8th in the Little Theatre at Baldwin High School.

The middle and elementary band programs have shown considerable growth in numbers this year. Over 120 sixth graders are participating in the band program which brings the numbers to approximately 250 middle schools band students enrolled.


Elementary band classes are growing as well. The board of education has continued to support this growth with the purchase of new instruments and equipment for all the schools in the district.


In November of 2021, a Suzuki Violin program was initiated at the Baldwin County Early Learning Center. Under the leadership of Professor Bryan Hall from Georgia College and State University and Lori Smith, Head of the Early Learning Center all of the four-year-old students in the center are now receiving instruction on violin. This program will continue to grow and expand as the students transition to higher grade levels.