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For other uses, see School (disambiguation).

School is a music track for the Baldi's Basics series.

Description and usage

A 1990s-styled nostalgia music plays at the start during the game. The track later loops, but will stop playing when the player starts a field trip, or when Baldi starts his chase in Baldi's Basics Plus, and when the player gets the answer wrong on either one of two beginning notebooks in Classic, Birthday Bash and Classic Remastered.

Baldi's Basics - Field Trip demo: Camping does not have this track like the Intro music.

Music notes

B, B, C, C#, D, G, F, D, E, C, D _ G... A#... G, A, A#, D, G...


  • According to mystman12's livestream, he completed the School track in 10 minutes, with little to no regard for how good or terrible it sounded, although it turned out well.[1]
Baldi's Basics Plus
  • Unlike Classic/Birthday Bash, the music will restart right after the final note is played.
  • Prior to V0.3, the School track still played in field trips if the player entered the field trip while Baldi was not triggered.


Baldi's Basics Plus
  • If starting a new game, exit out, and start another game before the Intro music can play, the School music will play for a split second before restarting from the beginning.
  • If opening the pause menu or advanced map screen, and exiting out of the game, the School music would continue playing. This was fixed in V0.3.3, but since this version, some or all notes are played at once after resuming the game.
  • If going on a field trip while Baldi is still counting, when getting back to the school, the music will not be playing anymore.
  • If opening the advanced map while the track is playing and then the advanced map is clicked out of, then the track will abruptly pause.
    • The time for the pause depends on when the map is pulled up during the track.


  1. "I think I made this music track in about ten minutes. And by the end, I was like putting whatever, no matter how terrible it sounded... It turned out greeeaaatt!" - Livestream archive 26:37~26:50