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Scholarship Program

Guiding Philosophy

Baldwin’s community involvement in the educational process is an essential part of the "Baldwin Experience.” The shared participation of the administration, staff, parents and students in the educational process optimizes the benefits found in the school’s multi-cultural community.
The Baldwin School Scholarship Program offers a qualified middle school prospective student with limited financial resources the opportunity to enrich his or her life while sharing abilities, talents and aspirations with the Baldwin community. The scholarship student prospect must meet the academic requirements and have the motivation to learn and excel. Parents are expected to perform a supporting role in that matter. The guiding philosophy stresses the reciprocal nature of the Scholarship Program whereby the recipient will benefit from the opportunity he/she is given to broaden their horizons and at the same time contribute in making Baldwin a better and more diverse community.

Program History

Several years of careful consideration and planning went into establishing our Scholarship Program. Extensive research and studies were carried out in order to ensure that our Program would prosper and grow. In August 1998 the Program was established, and today, thanks to a group of wonderful parents, friends and contributors, a select group of students are thriving in their respective academic, social and athletic endeavors.

Each year, the Scholarship Committee composed of eleven volunteer members representing our Board of Directors, Administration, Parents and Faculty, meet and pre-screen candidates in order to begin the long process of interviews and applications. If all the requirements are met, two students are selected each year to join our student community, with the intention of seeing them graduate and become successful adults.

Scholarship Program Application Requirements


Requirements for Selection Process

  • 6th Grade students (applying for the 7th grade)
  • Student bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Transcripts (GPA 3.5 or higher) including 6th grade
  • Completed Scholarship Application Form
  • Two Teacher Recommendations - Math and English
  • Recommendation letter from the principal
  • Preliminary Test
  • Copy of Income Tax Return


Scholarship Applications have closed for the 2018-2019 school year.

For information call Ely Mejías, Director of Admission at 787-720-2421 x 239, or our School Counselor at x 253.

Scholar Requirements

Once accepted, the Scholarship student must maintain and abide by certain guidelines in order to keep his/her scholarship.

These include:
  • Maintaining a minimum of a “B” average in academic subjects
  • Abiding by the By-Laws of Baldwin School
  • Following the guidelines and policies stated in the Enrollment Agreement
  • Attending summer school (newly accepted students only)
  • Submitting Financial Aid / Income Tax Forms Annually
  • Participating in community service programs
  • Receiving an annual evaluation

Scholarship Covered Expenses

The scholarship may include:

  • Tuition
  • Books
  • Fees
  • Lunch
  • Field Trips
  • Summer School (first year only)
  • PE / School uniforms
  • Tutoring, if required
*Expenses will be granted on a need basis*

Giving to the Scholarship Program

Annual Golf Escapade

The only annual event to benefit the Scholarship Program is the Golf Escapade Tournament, which takes place during the Spring semester at the Coco Beach Golf Club. We invite you to be part of this wonderful cause and make a difference in the future of these students. Thank you for your consideration, and should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Advancement & Development Office at (787) 720-2421 ext. 245 / 250.

Click here for more information about the Golf Escapade

Direct Donation

The Golf Committee would like to thank all the Baldwin families and sponsors who have generously supported the Scholarship Program and its Scholarship students. Many of you have contributed year after year and for this we are very grateful.

We understand, however, that many of you do not play golf or do not view sponsorships as a beneficial marketing tool for your organization, but would still like to contribute to the Baldwin School Scholarship Program on an individual basis. For those of you who play golf, let us remind you that we include a parent / child category in our tournament.

We are extremely proud of the small but excellent group of scholarship students and their success. Your opportunity to help continue to strengthen the program is through a direct donation to the Scholarship Fund. 

Click here to make a direct donation to the Scholarship Fund


Corporate Donor/Foundations

Baldwin School is fortunate in having a strong group of Corporate Donors whose vision and commitment are essential to the success of the program. Their annual support of the Scholarship Endowment Fund secures a solid foundation for the selection of many students in the years ahead.

Contact Trudy Pennock, Advancement and Development Director 787-720-2421 x250 / 245 to make a gift or for more information.