House System

The house system at Bayshore provides opportunities for student fellowship, leadership, and discipleship across grades in the Upper School.

Bayshore has four houses in each of the Logic and Rhetoric schools, named for the four elements of classical science:

Domus Ignis

Domus Ignis

(Fire; theme virtue: fortitude)

Domus Aurae

Domus Aurae

(Air; theme virtue: prudence)

Domus Aquae

Domus Aquae

(Water; theme virtue: temperance)

Domus Terrae

Domus Terrae

(Earth; theme virtue: justice)

Captain: Jeb Scarbrough
Prefect: Molly Brown
Prefect: Boaz Dernlan

Captain: Riley Chapman
Prefect: Ashton Haygood
Prefect: Cooper Schultz

Captain: William Rainer
Prefect: Emma Thomasson
Prefect: Sarah Jones

Captain: Jacob Moore
Prefect: Camille O’Neil
Prefect: Olivia Rainer

The four houses compete throughout the year. Their house totals will result in awarding a house winner at the end of each year. At their discretion, faculty members may award points to students for various reasons, including recognition for exemplary behavior or performance, review games in class, and at various house events and competitions. Faculty members may also deduct points for various infractions. Higher point values will be awarded for awards on Awards Day and assigned as incentives for various house competitions and games at the discretion of the Head of Houses.

House Captains:  Captains serve as the head of their house and are directed by the house director.  They are responsible for overseeing all operations of their house including; house duties, games, activities and service projects.  They collaborate with their house prefects, alongside other house leaders and committee chairs, to plan all activities so that the students at Bayshore experience a sense of community and fellowship. House Captains also serve as a liaison between their house members and all members of Bayshore Christian School’s faculty and staff.

House Prefects:  Prefects serve as administrators of their house by assisting the captains with all responsibilities. In the absence of a captain they run house meetings, activities or service projects.  Additionally, they are responsible for helping with the management of all the tasks set before them to make their house the best that it can be