Welcome to the BHS School Counseling Office! 

The BHS School Counseling Department adheres to the American School Counselor Association's (ASCA) National Model for School Counseling. A formal curriculum is delivered and services are provided to meet students' needs within the Academic, Career, and Personal/Social Domains.

Students and parents are encouraged to access the many resources available through the Counseling Department. Xello is an Internet-based resource which allows students to explore career choices, learn detailed information about post-secondary schools, and research specific schools that have characteristics that appeal to individual students. Scholarship information will soon be available through Xello, too.

Other resources available in the Counseling Office include post-secondary planning tools such as business, trade, apprenticeship, and college information and scholarship and financial aid resources. Additionally, the Career Center offers students easy access to Internet-based and print resources.

Hours: 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM 

Phone: 412-885-7500, Select option #2

Location: School Counseling Suite, 2nd floor


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Attention 10th and 11th grade students!

Mark your calendars for an important upcoming event - the PSAT/NMSQT testing day on Saturday, October 142023 at Baldwin High School. Per College Board policy, the PSAT/NMSQT will be administered digitally. This is a fantastic opportunity to gauge your academic progress and get a taste of what the SAT will be like. Whether you’re a 10th grader becoming familiar with the test or an 11th grader aiming to qualify for scholarships, this is your chance to shine! 

To register for the test, students should complete the following PSAT/NMSQT Exam Registration FormLinks to an external site.. Registration deadline is Monday, September 4, by 11:55 p.m.




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BHS 2022-2023 Schedule Change Process

As noted in the BHS course catalog, schedule changes are not to be made until the add/drop period (August 29-September 12).  Schedule changes may be permitted as follows.  

August 29- Sept 5:

  • A class was already taken and passed
  • A class is missing that is needed to graduate- Seniors only
  • A class is out of order- Ceramics 2 before Ceramics 1
  • A core subject is missing- English, Math, Social Studies, Science

From Sept 6-12, the following changes will be reviewed and processed if possible:

  • Level changes- Ex. moving from AP/Honors to a regular level course, or vice versa
  • Adding electives to replace a study hall
  • Dropping lunch in order to take a study hall or an elective
  • Dropping a course in order to take a study hall or another course

In order to make a schedule change during this time, students should complete a Course Request/Approval Form and submit it to their counselor.  These forms will be reviewed starting September 5.  The Course Request/Approval Form can be found herePlease be sure to complete all necessary parts of the form before turning it into the counseling office.