Faculty & Curriculum

Our Faculty

When students arrive on campus each day, they’re welcomed by some of the leading minds in independent education. Our instructors have earned Fulbright Scholarships and the Presidential Award for Excellence.

They grade Advanced Placement exams and help write the National Spanish Exam. And more than 70 percent hold advanced degrees from such institutions as Boston University, Cornell, Duke, Emory, Harvard, and Vanderbilt.

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Academic Principles

  • Baylor’s mission is to foster in its students both the ability and the desire to make a positive difference in the world.
  • Building on our fundamental principles of honor and continuing the Baylor tradition of adapting in a constantly changing world, we commit ourselves to best prepare students for the university and the true business of life. We recognize our differences, respect the dignity of all, and invite the distinct contributions of every member of the Baylor Community.
  • We believe that faith is central to every person’s life and that the study of religion is an essential part of a complete education. While the majority of our students and faculty are Christian, all major world religions are represented in the school, and we welcome and respect all faiths.
  • Baylor is a college preparatory school that engages, challenges, and inspires each student, in every class, every day.
  • Baylor cultivates confident leaders who build community and uphold the highest standards of character.
  • The students of Baylor School believe that a great school must of necessity rest on the foundations of truth and honor and that truth is the greatest virtue one may possess. The Honor System is a solemn and voluntary obligation on the part of the Baylor student body to live by the highest standards of truth and honor and pledge themselves not to lie, cheat, or falsify information.