The first school in Frontier was the Baldwin School in 1923 under the newly organized Baldwin School District. The school was originally the one-room Echo Valley School which was moved in from the country. In 1928 it was added on to and became a three-room school house for grades 1- 12. Later the name was changed to Frontier School. In 1949 a new building was built and down through the years has been added to and changed innumerable times. Today, Frontier has a beautiful, modern school for K-12 students and their motto says it all, Frontier School... a great place to be." The Building Blocks Playschool also curently utilizes space in the Frontier School. A pre- school program for kids 3-5 years old, the playschool is operated by a local non-profit organization.