Baylor senior Steven Yao's short film titled Last Chance Dance won best documentary the high school category of the Indy Shorts International Film Festival.
Two Baylor Alumni give a quick tour of Baylor's campus.
We celebrate the accomplishments of Baylor students during our annual Awards Day Ceremony.
Members of the Baylor School Concert Choir present Baylor’s alma mater sung virtually.
Middle School Head Jenn Lindsay speaks to the Class of 2024 on their resilience, how a sense of humor can go a long way, how compassion and responsibility are alive and well, and how leadership at Baylor comes in many forms.
Last Chance Dance is traditionally the final dance concert of the school year. Our talented Middle and Upper School dancers share a “virtual” experience titled From a Distance.
Recognition day celebrates Baylor students accomplishments in this virtual recognition day event.
Remote Learning in action as the Baylor Orchestra presents a virtual performance.
Baylor celebrates to contributions of Baylor Grandparents during our annual Grandparents day.
We celebrate the accomplishments of our seniors during our Pinning Ceremony marking the end of their journey as a member of our Residential Life Community.
A segment on MSNBC about our two research scientists and faculty members Dawn Richards and Elizabeth Forrester who are helping with COVID - 19 testing.
Baylor School decides to suspend operations temporarily out of sensitivity to the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The Sozo Children’s Choir travel from Uganda to America bringing the Ugandan singing and dancing with African instruments to a global audience
Rusty Hardin ’60, who is widely regarded as one of the finest trial attorneys in the country, delivered the keynote at this years Scholarship Dinner.
The annual Midwinter Night's Blast community service fundraiser featuring the faculty and student band, the Nighthawks.
June Scobee Rodgers, the widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Richard “Dick” Scobee, has dedicated her time and energy to continuing the crew’s educational mission.
Becca Stevens is an author, speaker, priest, social entrepreneur, founder, and president of Thistle Farms, a movement dedicated to supporting women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Ross Szabo is a leader of the mental health movement and a popular speaker at independent schools, colleges, and universities. Ross is the Wellness Director at Geffen Academy at UCLA.
A panel discussion and firsthand accounts of Baylor's integration of the student body featuring Monty Bruell '79, Ned Murray '79; Eddie Hart '80, and Rick Montague, who was the associate director of admissions at the time.
Baylor’s first African-American alum, Monty Bruell ’79, spoke to students in Chapel as part of our annual MLK Day program.
Bill Curry offers an inspiring message at this years John Roy Baylor day.
Lindsay spoke in Chapel about the experience which led to the publishing of her first book "Enough: How I Forgave the Drunk Driver Who Nearly Killed my Baby and Me".
The Rt. Rev. Brian Lee Cole was ordained and consecrated fifth bishop of the Diocese of East Tennessee on December 2, 2017.
Director of Institutional Advancement, John Harrison ’84, had a surprise for seniors. Harrison announced that a $19,500 gift by an anonymous donor had been given to the school, but with a twist.
The Baylor Band and Orchestra perform in chapel. Lead by conductors Mae Weiss and Tom Schow.
Medal of Honor recipient Captain Rose distinguished himself by acts of gallantry and intrepidity while serving as a Special Forces Medic.
Baylor Alum Rob Robinson is the Senior Associate Athletics Director at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Rabbi Lewis is excited to be living in Chattanooga and to serve the historic Mizpah Congregation. He spoke in Chapel about the importance of gratitude.
Jessie Funk has been teaching and mentoring students for over a decade. She holds a leadership certification from Notre Dame University and a degree in Psychology
President and Executive Director, Foundation for Sustainability and Peacemaking in Mesoameric.
Exec Director of Community Relations and Business Development at Blood Assurance speaks in Chapel.
Headmaster Scott Wilson ‘75 and others present awards and remembrances during Alumni Weekend 2019.
Known for their performances, original compositions, and notorious music videos, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century.
Former NFL tackle for the Atlanta Falcons and Wake Forest Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Tyson shared stories from his long professional playing career.
Faculty and Staff are honored for their years of service to Baylor.
David is the President of Axis which he cofounded in 2007. His Chapel talk focused on the effects of technology and mobile devices related to what makes people happy.
Baylor Junior Steven Yao ’21 produced a video highlighting the activities at this years Club Fair.
Tara believes strongly that kids are committed to people – not programs – and that a key to reaching youth is through the power of positive connections.
Headmaster Scott Wilson '75 discusses Harvard Study on Human Development and other research on what makes us happy.
Baylor’s Headmaster Scott Wilson ’75 presided over the school’s convocation ceremony.
Celebrating the achievements of the class of 2020.
Commencement exercises for the graduating class of 2019, May 31.
The Class of 2023 Middle School ceremony.
The May 20 ceremony honored award winners, selected by faculty and students.
Rikki Poynter is a lifestyle vlogger with a focus on Deaf awareness and accessibility.
Upper School students, faculty and staff were honored for their service to the school.
CUSHMAN LECTURE SERIES features an award-winning sports writer for the Times Free Press.
Kristen Graves is a singer, songwriter, and humanitarian from Fairfield, Connecticut.
Harold G. Koenig is a nationally noted psychiatrist on the faculty of Duke University.
WSaxQ is the most widely heard saxophone quartet in the United States.