Founded in 1962, Bayview Glen is a co-educational, multicultural, university preparatory, day school. Our programme begins at age two and continues through to university entrance.
Our programmes are enhanced to offer our students a highly challenging academic, athletic, and character-building educational experience.
Bayview Glen is committed to fostering a sense of community between students, parents, alumni, staff and faculty. The programme goal is to develop the whole child through nurturing self-esteem, leadership, academic excellence and independence. Each day in the secure and supportive learning environment of Bayview Glen is filled with new experiences, and opportunities for both challenge and success.
Our academic and Advanced Placement programmes are balanced with a strong music and arts programme, languages, physical education, Duke of Edinburgh awards, Outward Bound, Round Square, community service, and extracurricular activities.
Our programmes are strongly influenced by the IDEALS of Round Square – high academic standards as well as preparation for life through experiential learning. Students participate in community service, work projects, exchange programmes and rewarding life experiences demanding courage, generosity, imagination, principle and resolution.
From the moment students join the Upper School at Bayview Glen they are expected to participate at their optimum level. Our goal is to challenge each student academically, emotionally, and physically. This commitment to high expectations is made visible in all aspects of the Upper School.
We offer a varied curriculum of languages, sciences, arts, social sciences, mathematics, and physical education courses. Students have access to the latest in technological innovations. Outstanding instructors teach in their specialist areas and provide individual mentoring whenever appropriate. Students’ lives are filled with opportunities to play sports, join clubs, act in theatre productions, participate in music and art, and share in local community service work. Other character building projects involve international service and student exchanges.