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The Baldwin School: Yesterday and Today

The Baldwin School, Yesterday and Today is a Spring 2006 UNCG Public History Program class project at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Its purpose was to document the history and legacy of the school opened in 1942 by Rosetta Baldwin in her living room in High Point, N.C. For the following seven decades, the school provided religious-based, private education primarily to the city's African-American and Seventh-day Adventist communities. The story of Baldwin school has been told by its class of 1963, and captured by a group of graduate students.


Rosetta Baldwin

Learn more about the woman behind the school.


The Baldwin School: God in the Classroom

Learn more about the role of religion in students' instruction.

The Baldwin School: A Day at Baldwin

Learn more about a typical day at Baldwin School.

The Class of 1963

Learn more about the Baldwin School's class of 1963.

Interviews

Hear more from interviews with former students.

About The Project

Learn more about the Baldwin School project.