BASIS.ed provides comprehensive education management services to all BASIS charter schools.

The consistent level of success achieved by BASIS charter school students stems directly from our passionate subject-expert teachers and their use of the BASIS Curriculum. The signature of our learning community is the combination of creativity, innovation, and disciplined experimentation that is powered by traditional content knowledge. We are steadfastly dedicated to celebrating and passing on a love of learning, and a shared understanding of the value of critical thinking, responsibility, and motivation to all our students. That is what the BASIS Curriculum, and every one of our teachers in every one of our schools truly represents.

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

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BASIS charter schools

BASIS.ed Schools Network - BSI - Arizona

Arizona

Louisiana

BASIS.ed Schools Network - BDC - Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

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Historic Timeline

2014

2012

  • BASIS Curriculum Schools participate in the pilot OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA).
  • Student at BASIS Scottsdale and BASIS Tucson North outscore students in every other participating country and educational system according to results from the OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA).
  • BASIS PhoenixBASIS Tucson North, and BASIS DC open.
  • BASIS DC is the first BASIS charter school to open outside of Arizona.
  • BASIS Scottsdale ranked #3 high school in America by Newsweek.
  • 5,319 students.

2009

  • “Two Million Minutes – The 21st Century Solution” documentary featuring BASIS charter schools released.

2007

  • 1,000 students

1998

  • The first BASIS school opens in Tucson, Arizona with 50 students and six teachers.