Note: the application for students in the high school class of 2022 closed on April 1, 2020.
The application for students in the high school class of 2023 will open early in 2021. Please use the subscription form or contact information below if you have questions about the BATS Scholars.
The educators of the Bay Area Tutoring Summit seek two to three high school sophomores to join each fall’s class of BATS Scholars. Before you begin working on your application, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with BATS Scholars. Two good ways to start are by reading the information on this website and talking the the person who nominated you. The steps to apply are:
You don't have to submit these pieces in order, and it's completely okay to send them in at different times. However, all four parts must be complete and received no later than 11:59 PM on April 1, 2020.
If you have any questions, contact the Admissions Director, Andrew Lovett, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 415.302.2152.
Candidates will be assessed in terms of:
We provide top-flight, comprehensive educational support to students who might not otherwise receive it. We encourage those from groups traditionally underrepresented in elite education to apply.
Commitment to Education
Candidates must be committed to high school and college success and willing to receive several hours per week of academic assistance outside of the school day. Families of BATS Scholars support them in these efforts.
Candidates must already be succeeding in their high school program and be ready to take their intellectual development to the next level.
BATS Scholars contribute to the community through their example and their civic participation.
BATS Scholar Josiah Densby (center, Lick-Wilmerding '21) and family
BATS Scholar Caitlin Choy (Galileo '21) with Scholars alumni Chaiyia Taylor-Jackson (Pitzer '23) and Sabrina McFarland (Barnard '23)