One of America’s leading college prep and boarding schools
Being born to lead does not guarantee that one will. The potential has to be developed and nurtured, and that is what the Baylor School educational and boarding experience does. At Baylor you can ...
Become a Global Scholar
Want to gain new perspectives that come from travel opportunities? Become a Global Scholar -- our distinction for students who pursue international travel and globally-focused courses while creating a Senior Global Capstone portfolio. We also offer exchange programs to Australia, South Africa, Spain, and France; whitewater kayaking in Panama, trekking in India, and community service in Jamaica.
Many Baylor students choose to serve children at locally and abroad through our nationally-acclaimed community service program. They tutor kids at local schools, write grants to help underserved children, and work to improve educational opportunities for children in Kingston, Jamaica.
Fuel Your Brain with STEAM
We are huge believers in STEAM, which fuels student projects from cancer research to virtual reality collaboration with MIT, and aquatic research with scientists at the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute -- the Southeast’s only freshwater research center that is conveniently located on our campus.
in merit based aid was earned and 209 different merit scholarships were awarded to the Class of 2017.
acceptances were offered from colleges and universities, including Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Yale, UVA, and UNC
in athletic scholarships was earned by the Class of 2017
attend four-year colleges and universities
Apply for a Boarding Scholarship
You may be selected for a boarding scholarship (including tuition and housing). To learn more about criteria and application deadlines for the Cartter Scholars Program, call the Admission Office at 423-267-5902 or Find Out More Information here.
Read What Some of Our Students Say
Baylor’s diverse community welcomes boarding students from 20 countries and 24 states.
"When it came to choosing a high school it came down to what was best for me. My mom and I did the initial tour (of Baylor) and then my dad came up. We loved everything about it, especially all of the things you can get involved in. Colleges also recognize all that Baylor is known for.”