About Us


Our History

The C.C.A. Baldi Middle School is located in the far northeastern section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It opened in September 1974 and was officially dedicated on March 31, 1976, the Bicentennial Year. The school is named after Charles Carmine Antonio Baldi, an Italian immigrant who settled in Philadelphia.

C.C.A. Baldi was originally built to house four small “school-within-a-school” communities, Baldi is now home to a new generation of students clustered into small learning communities.  Baldi is a sixth through eighth-grade school in the Northeast Region with a diverse student population. The students at Baldi come from the local community as well as from the neighborhoods surrounding four excellent elementary schools: Fox Chase, Loesche, Comly, and Anne Frank.