Baldwin Park Unified School District

  • BP STEM Academy Earns NAMM Award for Inclusive Music Program

    Baldwin Park Unified School District’s STEM Academy has earned the SupportMusic Merit Award from the NAMM Foundation, celebrating its inclusive music education program that fosters a love for the arts among both typical learners and students in the school’s special education Cornerstone program. The SupportMusic Merit Award honors schools that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access to all students. BP STEM Academy is one of 78 schools across the nation to earn the award in 2023.

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  • Baldwin Park Unified to Honor Class of 2023 with Commencement Ceremonies

    Baldwin Park Unified will continue recognizing its graduating Class of 2023 with commencement ceremonies at the campuses of the District’s two comprehensive high schools and continuation high school. North Park Continuation High School will celebrate graduates at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7, 4600 Bogart Ave., Baldwin Park. The graduations conclude on Thursday, June 8 with Baldwin Park High School, 5 p.m., 3900 N. Puente Ave., Baldwin Park; followed by Sierra Vista High School, 7 p.m., 3600 Frazier St., Baldwin Park.

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  • City Sponsors Sacramento Summer Trip for Baldwin Park Unified Juniors

    Baldwin Park Unified juniors from Baldwin Park, North Park and Sierra Vista high schools will embark on an educational trip to the California State Capital in Sacramento this summer, thanks to a generous donation from the City of Baldwin Park’s financial assistance program. Thirty-two BPUSD juniors will receive a full-guided tour of the State Capital from Monday, June 12 through Thursday, June 15. The sponsored trip will include airfare, transportation, hotel accommodations, meals and a full-time tour director.The City of Baldwin Park’s sponsored field trip was developed in partnership with the City and District to provide BPUSD students with additional field trip opportunities to increase student access to engaging and life-changing learning experiences. Baldwin Park’s City Council approved the allocation of $120,000 for the Field Trips Financial Assistance Program earlier this year.

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