Application Process

*For the 2020-21 school year, there is space in the 9th grade only. If you are interested in admission for this school year, please contact the admissions director at

Steps to Admission


Come to our Virtual Open House on one of the following dates:

      • Thursday, January 21st @ 9:30AM
      • Thursday, February 18th @ 9:30AM
      • Thursday, March 18th @ 9:30AM
      • Thursday, April 15th @ 9:30AM
      • Thursday, May 13th @ 9:30AM



Due to COVID health restrictions, prospective students will have a virtual shadow visit with fun ice breakers, games, question & answers with current students, and video highlights of student life. Students applying for 2021-22 school year should sign up. 



It’s easy! Just go to our online application to complete all of the steps. Applicants should complete all of the application steps by  February 1, 2021. Those completed after the due date will be considered based on available space.

  • Online application for Fall 2021 – Opens October 10, 2020.
  • Letter of introduction – a letter from the parent telling us about your child – likes, interests, hobbies, etc.
  • Psychological & Academic Assessments (within the last 2 years)
  • IEP (if applicable)
  • Teacher & Principal recommendations
  • Transcript Release & Confidentiality form
  • Application fee
  • NAIS/SSS Financial Aid application (if applicable)
  • Financial Aid supporting documents (if applicable)


Student Interview & Screening

Students have a brief interview with Director of Admissions and are screened for reading, math and writing levels.


Letters of Acceptance will be sent on March  19, 2021.

*Note to Families Working with their District

Bayhill is a certified Non-public School which allows us to intake students with IEPs based on a referral from a district. We do not hold spots for districts and admittance is based on meeting the admittance requirements and available space. We do not offer advice or assistance in seeking district placement at Bayhill. We work with districts when an IEP team has determined that a student requires a more restrictive environment to meet their educational needs, and the team agrees Bayhill may be an environment that can meet the student’s needs. However, we are not required to accept that student.