Baylor School has named Jennifer Lindsay as Middle School Head.
Lindsay will officially begin her new position this July, according to Scott Wilson, Baylor’s Headmaster.
“The selection process for this position was enormously gratifying for me,” said Wilson. “Our candidate pool yielded many compelling candidates, yet Jenn Lindsay rose to the top at every stage of the process. The combination of her talents, experience, and passion for students at the middle school grade level and their educational journeys make her a perfect fit for Baylor.”
Lindsay has more than 15 years of leadership and teaching experience, most recently serving as the Middle School Director and history teacher at Saint Paul’s School in Clearwater, Fla., for the past two years. From 2004-2015 she worked at Berkeley Prep School in Tampa, Fla., serving multiple roles that included seventh grade curriculum leader, director of diversity, and middle and upper division history teacher. Prior to that she worked as a computer lab instructor for K-5 students at the Corbett Preparatory School in Tampa, Fla. A graduate of the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Lindsay earned a master’s degree in secondary social science education from the University of South Florida.
Lindsay says she is thrilled to join the Baylor School community and is looking forward to immersing herself in life at Baylor. “Baylor's rich history and commitment to outstanding educational opportunities is what first attracted me, but it was Baylor's commitment to leadership, service, and student voice that won my heart.”