BASIS.ed provides comprehensive school management services to all BASIS Charter Schools.

The region BASIS Charter School students are from doesn’t determine their level of academic success. Nor does their economic background, culture, or ethnicity. Rather, their extraordinary results directly stem from the rigorous and innovative curriculum we develop, the committed and engaging teachers we hire, and the joyful, nurturing environments we supervise. BASIS.ed is steadfastly dedicated to celebrating a love of learning and an understanding of how valuable critical thinking, responsibility, motivation, and organization are to an individual over a lifetime.

Do we set and monitor high standards? Are we transforming American education? Do BASIS Charter School students outperform their peers across the world? Yes. Yes. And yes.

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BASIS.ed Schools Network - BSI - Arizona



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History of BASIS Curriculum Schools


  • BASIS.ed Network participates in OECD Test for Schools Pilot (based on PISA)
  • Both BASIS Scottsdale and BASIS Tucson score above all nations in all subjects.
  • BASIS Scottsdale is ranked in the top 1% of schools in the world, BASIS Tucson in top 5%.
  • BASIS Washington, D.C.Tucson North and Phoenix open.
  • BASIS Washington D.C. becomes first BASIS.ed school outside of Arizona
  • BASIS Educational Link and Assessment (“BELA”) version 1.0
  • BASIS Scottsdale ranked #3 high school in America by Newsweek
  • 5,319 students
  • 1,853 teacher applicants


  • Two Million Minutes documentary on BASIS schools


  • 1,000 students


  • Our first school, BASIS Tucson, is founded with 50 students and six teachers.