Baker County High School

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  • Welcome to Baker County High School - Home of the Wildcats!

    The Baker County School District is committed to meeting the needs of all students in a safe, nurturing, and encouraging environment. The Baker County School District involves parents, students, teachers, and community members in the process of determining goals that meet student needs. 

    The vision of the Baker County School District is to prepare individuals to be lifelong learners, self-sufficient, and responsible citizens of good character.

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  • Senior Scholarships NOW Available!

    Apply HERE!

    Deadline to apply is 3/10/2023!

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    Our School District is always looking for stakeholder input on Title IV and Title II grants.  If you would like to know more about these grants, the following links will help.  Please contact Allen Murphy @ 904-259-6251 to share input.  
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  • The Grades 3-10 FAST results for PM1 and PM2 are available in the Family Portal. The FAST Family Portal can be accessed through Skyward.
    Click the link below for instructions on how to access these results. 


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  • Baker County High School Assessment Dates

    2022-2023 State Assessment Dates

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    The Baker County School District prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or legally-protected characteristic in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities. 

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    • Important Equity and Title IX Information

      Associate Superintendent, Mrs. Robin Mobley (, is designated as the Baker County School District’s Equity Plan Coordinator. Employees, students, applicants for employment, parents, and citizens having questions concerning the act or its implementation, may contact the Coordinator at the School Board Office, 270 South Boulevard East, Macclenny, Florida or call (904) 259- 0401. Title lX Coordinator – Robin Mobley (904) 259-0401; Title ll Coordinator – Allen Murphy (904) 259-0401; Section 504 Coordinator – Michael Green (904) 259-7825.

      The school-level Equity and Title IX Coordinator is the principal of the school, Mr. Johnnie Jacobs (, 1 Wildcat Drive, Glen St. Mary, FL 32040 (904) 259-6286.


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    We are asking that all students access the following information about Mental Health, Internet Safety, and Child Trafficing.  Please follow the link to access the document and then follow up with the link to a short quiz to access your understanding of the material.

    Mental Health Document


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Important Information


    Safe Schools Data

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  • K12 Uniform Assessment Calendar 2021-2022:

    Please click here to view the 2021-2022 K12 Uniform Assessment Calendar.

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  • Thank You Exxon Mobil:


    Baker County High School would like to express a big Thank You to Davis Oil and Exxon Mobil for their support of STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) education.  BCHS recieved grants that will be used in classrooms that support STEM projects.  To learn more about Exxon Mobil and their support of STEM go to the following web-site.
    Exxon and STEM

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    Economic Full Report

    Economic Summary

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  • FortifyFL Suspicious Activity Reporting App:

    FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials. For more information, you may visit the FortifyFL website by clicking on the following link.


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  • Family Empowerment Scholarship Notification:

    Pursuant to section 1002.394(6), Florida Statutes, all households within our district receiving free or reduced priced meals may be eligible to participate in the Family Empowerment Scholarship Program. Please click here to visit the Florida Department of Education webpage for more information. You may also click here for Family Empowerment Scholarship options.

    Please contact Traci Wheeler, by phone, 904-259-6776, or by email to obtain information about the scholarship.


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