The Heart of SBS: Caring Community
The Office of Admissions invites you to experience Second Baptist School in person. As you consider SBS for your family, we look forward to connecting you with our caring community. Whether you want to walk the halls of a building, talk to a division head or learn more about co-curriculars at SBS, the admissions team is here to serve you.
The Office of Admissions hosts prospective families for this unique look at the Second Baptist School campus. Registration for Campus Tours for the 2024-2025 school year will be available in August 2023.
If you are interested in the 2023-2024 school year and would like to schedule a private tour, contact:
- Lower School and Middle School - Sara Bingaman
- Upper School - Will Hampton
Middle School Shadow Visits
Our Middle School Shadow Visit is for students interested in getting a glimpse of academic and campus life at Second Baptist School. The student will attend classes and have lunch with a student host who participates in the same activities you enjoy. You do not need to be an applicant to register.
The Shadow Visit for grades 5-8 will be from 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
To schedule a Shadow Visit contact Middle School Admissions Coordinator Sara Bingaman.
Upper School Shadow Visits
Experience SBS Upper School during your shadow visit. Student will attend classes and enjoy lunch in the Athletic Center with our Student Ambassadors.
Students can register through the online checklist after submitting the online application for admission.
To schedule a Shadow Visit contact Upper School Admissions Coordinator Will Hampton.
2022-2023 Admissions Fellows
"The Admissions Fellow gets the amazing opportunity to be the first face that a prospective student sees representing the school, leaving a lasting impression on whether they want to spend their next years at Second Baptist."
"Serving as an Admissions Fellow gives me a chance to reinvest into our community and help others have the best experience possible. Being a leader has taught me the importance of communication and accountability. "