The Baylor School motto, Amat Victoria Curam, translates as “Victory Loves Care.” We chose this as the theme for this issue of Baylor magazine after witnessing time and again the diligence that was required by so many in opening campus this fall, while doing the important work of teaching, coaching, nurturing, guiding, and moving forward. We think you will agree that it’s more than a motto, it’s also an essential part of our school culture.
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Mike Kelly, Baylor’s applied humanities librarian, is teaching students the art of creating a visual story.
For the second iteration of his Introduction to Digital Narratives course, Mike Kelly wanted to include a project that not only allowed students to explore the campus but also one that encompassed the entire school.
In Baylor’s new Applied Humanities Program, students can become active participants in communicating history, narratives, and new perspectives to the world around them.
The new Baylor Esoteric and Molecular Laboratory has processed thousands of COVID-19 tests for Hamilton County and other community partners.
A COVID-19 study on Baylor’s campus has trained a cohort of Baylor students to work as research assistants.
Not long after Drs. Elizabeth Forrester and Dawn Richards engineered a plan to test COVID-19 samples in a Baylor lab last spring, the two scientists received an unexpected phone call.
Baylor students involved in the R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Scholars Program are doing their best to maintain connections with the children they tutor despite COVID-19 restrictions.
Construction of the new Wilson Activities Center named in honor of Headmaster Scott Wilson ’75 and his wife, Susan, wrapped up in January in plenty of time for summer programs 2021.
Baylor has formed a new committee to provide oversight and create initiatives to help eradicate racism on campus to make the school more equitable and inclusive.
Baylor welcomed 15 new faculty and staff members to campus during faculty meetings in August.
Four Baylor alumni joined the Baylor Board of Trustees in September.
Welcome to The Quadpod, a podcast highlighting life in the Baylor community.
In this section, you'll read the latest news about our students and faculty and about how the fine arts are "finding a way" during the pandemic.
Two team state championships, two individual state titles, and a "Best of the Decade" team all highlight the Winter 2021 sports updates.
If you enjoy your class reunions every five years and just can’t wait for the next one to roll around, take a tip from Baylor’s Class of 1986.
As the head of a company that owns and operates restaurants in four states, Allen Corey ’74 has been a picture of resilience throughout the global pandemic.
When Austin Cole ’11 majored in development studies and Latin American and Caribbean studies at Brown University, he had an idea where his studies would lead.
Dr. Lindsey Harris '01 was recently elected the first African-American president of the Alabama State Nurses Association.
Catherine Lacey ’03 (who went by Lacey Booth while at Baylor) published her fourth book and third novel, Pew, in July of this year.
Geoff Millener's '07 new position at The Enterprise Center brings together his many skills as well as his core beliefs.
Andy North '98 has been named the new head of Hammond School, replacing Chris Angel '89 who will take over as Baylor's headmaster in the summer.
Donna Marie Sigel '14 stepped in last spring to assist the communications office in capturing and editing a steady stream of virtual events and video messages
Baylor School Magazine
Jaime Melton ’94
Sara Stockett '13
Scott Wilson ’75
Matt Hamilton (timesfreepress.com)
Patrick MacCoon (timesfreepress.com)
President and Headmaster
Scott Wilson ’75
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Ryan Crimmins '78
President, Alumni Board
Charles Mayfield '92
Chair, Parent Alliance