BHS General Public Season Ticket Admission Information

August 16, 2018

 

Baldwin High announces the opportunity to purchase season ticket passes in advance for football, basketball, and all sporting events.

 

The Baldwin High School Athletic Department is excited to provide its parents, fans, and community stakeholders the opportunity to purchase season tickets for sports beginning August 13th, 2018  Season passes (can be used at home events excluding playoffs and tournament games) can be purchased, from Ms. Rozier, athletic secretary  at Baldwin High School Monday-Friday during regular school hours.

 

The cost for obtaining season passes for the upcoming year is as follows:        

 

Football: $40(six regular season home games this year)

Basketball: $70

Football/Basketball (Combined): $100

All Sports Pass: $125

 

 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, Athletics  Director

Baldwin High School

dexter.ricks@baldwin.k12.ga.us

478.453.6429 x 5349

478-607-0622  (c)

 

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