BHS Announces All BCSD Employees Get Free Admission to BHS Sporting Events with ID

August 16, 2018


Baldwin High School is excited to announce that all Baldwin County Board of Education employees will be admitted free, with BOE ID, to all Baldwin High School, excluding playoffs and tournament games athletic events.  


Baldwin High School Athletic Department is excited to  offer this unique opportunity for those who have an influence on the lives of our student athletes, It truly takes a village of caring and passionate individuals to be successful and this is our way of saying thank you. We are also extending the opportunity for district employees to purchase a district employee friends or family pass. These passes maybe purchased by any county employee for $75. Limit one per employee and it will allow the holder admission to any sporting events excluding playoffs and tournament games. Passes will be ready for sale this Monday August 13, 2018.Passes must be purchased from Ms. Rozier, Athletic Secretary at the Baldwin High School.  


The Athletics Department of Baldwin High School seeks to educate student athletes about the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, integrity, discipline, commitment, and academic excellence through a variety of athletic programs. These programs are structured to promote strong physical fitness, an alert and healthy mind, and a strong sense of one’s place in and value to the community.


Contact Information:

Dexter Ricks Sr.,

Athletic Director

Baldwin High School

478.453.6429 Ext. 5349  

478-607-0622 (c)


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