Bayhill High School is a private independent high school that is also certified by the State of California to serve students from referring districts. Bayhill can serve up to 35 IEP, district-referred students. Making a unilateral placement to Bayhill means parents are committing to private placement and the entirety of the tuition for the year. There is no guarantee that we will have space in our IEP, district-referred slots, should a district make a referral mid-year on a current privately-placed student.
An NPS referral can only be made by a school district. Bayhill does not get involved in negotiations between districts and parents. Once a district makes a referral, Bayhill will review the student’s file, conduct an interview, and make a determination as to whether Bayhill can implement the IEP and the student will be accepted.
Bayhill High School serves students with learning differences such as dyslexia, ADHD, other mild/moderate learning disabilities, and anxiety or depression. Bayhill is NOT a day treatment program serving emotionally disturbed students. Students with behavioral plans or students with behaviors that impede their own learning or the learning others are NOT admitted to Bayhill.