Quick Facts

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  • Founded in 1893
  • Coeducational + College-Preparatory 
  • Day School: grades 6-12
  • Boarding School: grades 9-12
  • Middle School: 325 students – 50% boys / 50% girls
  • Upper School: 712 students – 50% boys / 50% girls
  • Average class size of 15 students. 
  • The Honor Code: Baylor’s guiding value system is led by 13 students and a faculty adviser
  • 197 students from 21 states and 24 countries live in the Baylor residence halls 
  • 39 dorm parents live on campus 
  • 118 faculty members – 96 with advanced degrees including 14 PhDs
  • 100% College Placement and $14.7 in merit scholarships given to most recent graduating class
  • 20 Advanced Placement courses


For more information on how to apply, visit the admission section of this website, or contact our Admission Office at at 423-267-5902.

Financial Aid Tuition Assistance

Baylor offers a need-based financial aid designed to help enroll students who might not otherwise be able to attend the school. For information contact our Admission Office at 423-267-5902. 

Summer Programs

Baylor offers a variety of day camps and overnight camps for boys and girls ages 5-15. In addition to this website, you can get more information by calling our summer programs office at 423-267-8506 (ext. 336), or by emailing here.



More About Baylor

Founded:   1893 by Professor John Roy Baylor 

School Motto: Amat Victoria Curam (Victory Loves Care)

School Mascot: Tiger

Athletic Team Name: Red Raiders

School Colors: Red and Grey