Steps to Admission
Come to our Open House, a Tour & Talk or one of our Virtual Events. RSVP for an event on one of the following dates:
- Open House, October 16th, 2021
- Tour and Talk, October 21st, 2021
- Open House, November 6th, 2022
- Tour and Talk, November 11th, 2021
- Virtual Open House, December 9th, 2021
- Tour and Talk, January 20th, 2021
- Tour and Talk, February 17th, 2022
- Tour and Talk, April 14th, 2022
- Virtual Open House, May 12th, 2021
During a Shadow Visit, prospective students can come to campus and experience a (half) day in the life of a current Bayhill Student. All students applying for the 2021-22 school year should sign up for a Shadow Visit after attending an Open House or Tour & Talk.
It’s easy! Just go to our online application to complete all of the steps. Application Season begins October 16th. Our priority application deadline is February 1st, 2022. Applications completed after February 1st will be considered on a rolling basis, based on available space.
Our online application for Fall 2022 includes a place to upload a letter of introduction—from the parent telling us about your child. What are their likes, interests, hobbies, etc. What makes your child unique?—Psychological & Academic Assessments (from the last 2 years) and their IEP (if applicable).
Additionally, the following should be submitted electronically or via snail mail.
- Teacher & Principal Recommendation Forms
- Transcript Release & Confidentiality form
- Application fee
- NAIS/SSS Financial Aid application (if applicable)
- Financial Aid supporting documents (if applicable)
- Current photo of applicant
Student Interview & Screening.
Students have a brief interview with the Director of Admissions after their Shadow Visit and may also be screened for reading, math and writing levels.
Letters of Acceptance will be sent out on March 18, 2022.
*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 their district. We do not hold spots for districts. Admittance is based on meeting the admissions 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.