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The mission of Baldwin-Woodville High School is to provide a safe, stimulating, and challenging environment that provides the opportunity for all students to develop their intellectual, social and personal skills so they become  lifelong learners and positive, productive members of society.





Dear Parents,


Our district has the opportunity to offer dental care to any student in our district, including those that may be on Badgercare or have limited and/or no insurance.  Smiles 4 Life has a main focus of providing dental care to students that may not normally receive it, although all students can take advantage of this service.  They will provide cleaning, check-ups, and sealants (if needed).  All services will be conducted confidentially at the high school beginning January 21st.  Please fill out the attached form (which is also available in the high school office) and have your child return it to the high school office.


A message from Smiles 4 Life, Inc. is below.


Thank you,


Dave Brandvold, Principal

Hello Baldwin-Woodville Parents,


A new program is coming to our district!  Smiles 4 Life, Inc. is a non-profit organization that will be offering preventative dental services including oral screenings, cleanings, fluoride varnish applications, and dental sealants right at school for students Kindergarten through 12th grade!  


Smiles 4 Life’s first visits will be held on:

Thursday, January 21, 2016 –Viking Middle School/Baldwin-Woodville High School

Friday, January 22, 2016 – Greenfield Elementary School


For more information and an enrollment form please click on the attachment.  Forms will be going home in elementary take home folders and can also be found in every school office.  Completed forms can be returned to any school office, scanned and emailed back to, or faxed to Smiles 4 Life at 262-347-4449.  

More Questions?  Call Smiles 4 Life at 262-896-9891, or visit us on the web at​


school-bus-clipart-MKTjjygiq.pngPlease see the attached document for updated bus stop information for the 2015-2016 school year.UPDATED BUS STOPS 2015-2016.pdfUPDATED BUS STOPS 2015-2016


Students needing work permits need to bring the following information to Mrs. Benoy or Miss Hanson (located in the main office):

1. Note from employer listing job duties.

2. Note from parents giving permission to work at business.

​3. Birth/Baptismal Certificate or Permit/Driver's License.

4. Social Security Card.

5. $10.00 (to be reimbursed by employer in first paycheck).


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Welcome to Baldwin-Woodville High School’s home page.  As principal of Baldwin-Woodville High School I am honored by the opportunity to serve in this fantastic community.  The Baldwin-Woodville community strongly supports the schools as proven by the overwhelming passing of our building referendum last spring.  The support we receive is critical as we educate our students and provide outstanding opportunities for our students.
We have a veteran teaching staff that does an excellent job preparing kids for their next stage of life, be it college or the work force.  Our students’ success in state assessments, ACT scores, (well above the state average), & Advanced Placement tests demonstrate their learning. We send our students to college with multiple university credits.
Our programs in the humanities are second to none.  Our students have multiple opportunities to perform and learn.  Our band and choir are very active and travel nationally while our drama department puts on 2 major performances per year.  Our art department has a variety of classes that allow students to pursue their individual interests.
Our applied academics classes (FACE, Tech. Ed., Business) work closely with business leaders in order to provide the latest technical skills needed to enter vocational schools and the workforce.

Our staff cares about kids and our district works hard to make learning personalized to each student.   We use blended (computer assisted) learning along with rigorous classroom instruction.  Our 1:1 initiative with laptops and our modified schedule incorporates block and regular period classes to provide the right amount of learning time for each classroom teacher.   
Our athletic department has a strong legacy and is supported by a group of outstanding coaches, involved parents, & businesses.  We offer a multitude of sports that allow our students to actively be involved in activities that will challenge them.  Our coaches all work diligently to allow our student-athletes to be not just better athletes but better people.
The goal of our district is to have Baldwin-Woodville Schools be a place where students and staff want to be.  We have a staff that cares about students and prepares our students for the next stage of life.  Once again, welcome to our district and to our school. Watch for updates on our web page and email alerts from our office.  Have a fantastic year!
Dave Brandvold, Principal
Follow Mr. Brandvold on Twitter: @dave_brandvold
Text @bwsd to 81010 for text updates.










 District Links


 High School Links

Information on the School's Driver's Ed Program
Information on the Performing Arts Center located at the High School
Extra curricular activities offered at BWHS
Forms for authorization for your child to take meds at school
Tech Ed Department's Manufacturing Business Web Page.
Click here to login to the BW Google Apps for Education Suite
Helpful tutorials and information for using your school Google Apps account.
Email client for staff and students.
Baldwin-Woodville's Educational YouTube Channel
ELL Website
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Baldwin-Woodville High School educates approximately 480 students each
year.  We offer a wide variety of curriculum which surpasses state requirements.  In addition to our general class requirements of math, language arts, social studies, health, phy ed, and science, students may choose from a variety of electives in foreign language, agricultural business, technology, and consumer education, business education, art, music, internet, and drama including stage management and set design.  Conveniently located 35 miles from the Twin Cities, we are able to offer our students the benefits of a wider variety of resources and experiences while educating our students in classes which allow our teachers to relate on a personal level.