At Baylor, we find that our students learn more – and excel more – when they are happy and engaged. Our greatest satisfaction comes when parents tell us their children look forward to school every day.
When students arrive on campus they are welcomed by some of the leading minds in education. Science instructor Dr. Dawn Richards is one of 12 teachers who holds a PhD
in their field.
In addition to academic achievements such as a perfect ACT score, Lauren Johnson ’13 played – and won championships – on the Baylor golf team. She now attends Vanderbilt University, having earned the prestigious Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship.
Having executed a perfect score on the math portion of the SAT at age 12, Eugene Park ’13 could have been content to excel in math alone. Instead he learned to play the clarinet, served as editor for Baylor Notes, and immersed himself in the school community.
Earning more science awards than she can count for her research paper on stormwater filtration, Darby Schumacher ’14 counts her status as a world finalist and gold level prize winner at the 2013 International Sustainable World Project Olympiad among her favorite honors.
Jamy Wheless '82, a digital animator who has created characters for Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, and other films – is one of our many accomplished graduates who prove what we’ve known all along: when you leave Baylor, you’ll have what it takes to lead.