Baylor has named Melissa Love Snyder '90 as director of alumni engagement.
A video message from Baylor's new president and head of school, Chris Angel '89.
The Tampa Bay Rays selected Baylor School infielder Cooper Kinney '21 with the No. 34 overall selection in the MLB draft on Sunday, July 11.
The Class of 2021 will enroll in 90+ colleges and universities around the globe, including Oxford, Penn, Harvard, Yale, Wake, UVA, UGA, the University of Southern California, and Georgia Tech.
Baylor School Headmaster Scott Wilson has named current faculty member Dr. Mary Loveless to serve as the Director of Baylor Research, an advanced science and engineering program.
Please note the Spirit Store's summer hours for the months of June, July, and August.
The latest Quadpod episode celebrates the tenure and legacy of Scott Wilson '75.
Academic and leadership awards were presented to Baylor Middle School students during the eighth grade ceremony on May 27.
Baylor celebrated the annual Awards Day tradition with virtual and hybrid ceremonies presented on May 17 and May 19.
Baylor has a nominee in each category of the Best of Preps Scrappy Moore awards, presented annually by the Chattanooga Times Free Press and recognizing the top female and male athletes as well as the top coach in the Chattanooga area.
Baylor scored two runs in the first inning, all that pitchers Syd Berzon and Ace Sellers would need, and piled on eight more to beat GPS 10-0 for a sixth consecutive state championship Thursday.
Baylor scored five runs in the third inning and went on to beat Briarcrest 8-1 and win the Raiders' third consecutive state baseball championship Thursday.
Baylor's girls' and boys' doubles teams were eliminated from the state doubles tennis tournament Thursday after quarterfinal wins and tough three-set losses in semifinal matches.
The Baylor soccer team ended its season with an exhausting 3-2 loss to Father Ryan in a tie-breaking shootout in the semifinal round of the state tournament Wednesday.
Evie Culbreath was the top scorer for the Baylor girls at the track and field state championships Wednesday, adding a runner-up and two third-place finishes to her sixth place performance in the state pentathlon last week and leading the Raiders to a fifth place finish in the team standings.
Baylor scored six runs before making an out and went on to beat GPS 12-1 in the winner's bracket final of the state softball tournament Wednesday, catapulting the Raiders to the state championship game on Thursday.
With a lot of attention placed on the high-powered offense of the Baylor baseball team, great pitching by Patrick Johnson, the second straight gem by a a Baylor pitcher, helped the Raiders beat McCallie 4-1 Wednesday and advance to the state championship game.
The Baylor softball team moved a step closer to a sixth consecutive state championship with a 4-0 shutout of Chattanooga Christian Wednesday afternoon.
For the first time in a decade, the D-II state champion in girls' tennis is not Baylor. The Raiders' title streak ended at nine Wednesday as Knox Catholic prevailed 4-1 in a closer-than-it-sounds battle.