Baldwin Opportunity School was founded in the year 1964, by Miss Anna May Tillou, an American Missionary. The School is an extension of Baldwin Girls' High School and an inclusive program of the Baldwin Methodist Educational Society.
The Baldwin Opportunity School plays a vital role in the lives of children with special needs, imparting basic skills through schooling that empowers their minds. These pioneering efforts have reached out to hundreds of children and families and have made a huge difference in their lives.
Our Mission is to emerge one of the best schools to cater to the needs of special children.
Our Vision for our students is to educate and help them achieve their social needs while making them independent and responsible individuals in the community with a vocation, which would add meaning to their lives.