Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Kim Keith Berglund (Class of 1996) Director of Ready to Learn Content at PBS
Shelby Coffey III (Class of 1964) Pulitzer-prize winning journalist
Robert Cooper (Class of 1975) Tennessee State Attorney General
Todd Etter (Class of 1996) Founding partner of the syndicated The Motley Fool (www.fool.com)
Michael Golden (Class of 1974) Author of the best-selling novel, Memoirs of a Geisha
Barry Moser (Class of 1958) renowned artist, printmaker and illustrator of numerous works of literature
Donald Pippin (Class of 1944) Former Musical Director of New York’s Radio City Music Hall
Skip Schwartz III (Class of 1991) Senior Vice President and director of Asian acquisitions with Heitman
Jamy Wheless (Class of 1982) Lead Animator with Industrial Light & Magic (ILM).
Callie Taintor Wiser (Class of 1998) Documentary Film Producer; Morehead Scholar
Quotes from Alumni
"Baylor did a good job of developing my writing skills, and this was a big help throughout college…the amount of work that my college courses demanded was not a shock."
-Mary Louise Roberts, Class of 1999, A case worker for OPE (Overseas Processing Entity)
"Of course Baylor prepared me academically for Harvard. But the most important thing is the way in which Baylor fosters independence."
-Dr. Francis Fesmire, Class of 1978, Director of Erlanger Hospital's Emergency Heart Center
"The Honor Code was one of the most powerful things at Baylor. It teaches you that what you do in life has consequences. Serving on the Honor Council is astonishing in its weight."
-Robert Hays, Class of 1976, Chairman, King & Spalding Law Firm; Morehead Scholar