Bay Area Educational Institute

aka BAEI   |   Berkeley, CA   |  www.bayhillhs.org

Mission

The mission of Bayhill High School is to educate students with language-based learning disabilities, focusing on their individual learning needs, with the goal of maximizing their inherent abilities and their potential to achieve success.

Ruling year info

2006

Principal Officer

Ms Shelley Lobell

Main address

1940 Virginia Street

Berkeley, CA 94591 USA

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EIN

20-4570887

NTEE code info

Secondary/High School (B25)

Specialized Education Institutions/Schools for Visually or Hearing Impaired, Learning Disabled (B28)

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Programs and results

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Bayhill High school is a non-profit, nonpublic, private, independent school that when fully enrolled will educate 80 learning disabled students.

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Goals & Strategy

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We strive to provide all students at Bayhill with an education individualized to their learning style with the needed support to be successful in post-high school endeavors.

At Bayhill We Aim To Develop:

Successful life-long learners who: Develop strategies to maximize their academic skills Apply organizational strategies Utilize their skills critically and for problem solving Use their skills to express themselves verbally, artistically, in writing, and with technology

Effective communicators who: Develop and maintain positive relationships Use language appropriately in social, academic and professional situations Show respect for themselves, others, and the community

Self-aware advocates who: Are able to identify and articulate their learning styles, strengths and needs Use their learning strengths to accommodate their learning challenges

Positive and involved students who: Are actively involved in the learning process and school community Demonstrate resilience by persevering through academic and personal challenges

Adolescents who are ready to transition into adulthood by: Developing career goals Setting appropriate goals and expectations for post-high school life Identifying the connection between personal interests and career possibilities Developing an appropriate post-secondary plan

Bayhill High School offers a program with the core principles of teaching students with learning differences:

-A small school with small class sizes
-Explicit instruction utilizing multi-sensory approaches with technological support
-Highly qualified teachers credentialed in special education and/or single subjects
-A college preparatory curriculum that is approved by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
-Support classes such as Reading Success, Writing Fundamentals, Technology, and Study Skills, which provide intensive remediation for students with academic delays
-Supplementary services such as speech/language services and individual/group counseling
-Course offerings aligned with California Common Core Standards and California Graduation requirements that culminate in a high school diploma
-Certification from the California State Department of Education

Financials

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Bay Area Educational Institute

Board of directors
as of 3/23/2016
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Kenneth A Dreyfuss Vice Chair

Sylvia Ehrenthal Trustee

Richard Segol Trustee, Chair-Facilities Committee

Shelley Lobell Executive Director

Michael Perna Trustee

Paula Page Secretary

Murray Kalish CFO

Sharon Jobson Trustee

Dennis Jones Trustee

Isabelle Ostreicher Trustee

Diana Christensen Trustee

Kai Hawkins Trustee

Board leadership practices

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