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Member Associations

 
 Baldwin School of Puerto Rico is a member of the L.A.M.P.E.I (Liga Atletica Mini de Escuelas Privadas Inc.), which services 4th through 6th grade. We are also associated with the P.R.H.A.A. (Puerto Rico High School Athletic Alliance), which services 7th through 12th grade.

 

The L.A.M.P.E.I has 19 active members while the P.R.H.S.A.A. has 28 active members.

 

L.A.M.P.E.I

Mini: 4th, 5th and 6th grade

ALL SPORTS - Volleyball, Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis, Bowling, Baseball, Swimming, Basketball & Track.

 

P.R.H.S.A.A.

Volleyball, Basketball, & Cross Country

Youth – 7th & 8th grade

Jr. Varsity (JV)– 9th & 10th grade

Varsity (V)– 11th & 12th grade

Soccer & Swimming

Jr. Varsity – 7th, 8th, and 9th grade

Varsity – 10th, 11th and 12th grade

Tennis & Golf

Varsity – 7th through 12th grade

 

 

Eligibility Rules :


L.A.M.P.E.I:

Students must be in grades 4th, 5th, or 6th and can’t be 13 years old as of October 1st.


P.R.H.S.A.A:


A student may not participate in any athletic event if he/he has reached his/her 19th birthday prior to the 1st of September. A transferred student from one island school to another is ineligible to participate in an Alliance competition for one calendar year from the date of his first attendance at the new school in either 10th, 11th or 12th grade.


Students who transfer from one school to another may apply for a waiver in the ineligibility rule when:


A) The student cannot return to the transferring school because its organization ends in 9th, 10th or 11th grade.

B) The transfer change is a result of a change in residency by the student and a parent or guardian, or a change of student’s residency due to transfer of guardianship. A student transferred from a school outside Puerto Rico is eligible to participate.

C) The student has received or has lost privileges of attending either Ramey School of Antilles MS-HS.

D) The student's parent(s) are working at the receiving school full-time.

"My most memorable moment at Baldwin School was winning the soccer championship my senior year"
-Ricardo Muñoz
Baldwin Class of 2016
Florida State University