Welcome to
BASIS Chandler Primary North!

One of the newest charter schools to the BASIS network, BASIS Chandler Primary North opened in August 2016 to 539 students in grades K–4. It is the sister school to BASIS Chandler Primary South and will feed students into the established BASIS Chandler for grades 5–12. We expect the same success and excellence from students and faculty at BASIS Chandler Primary North as we see in all BASIS charter schools.

Prior to the 2016–17 school year, the BASIS Chandler Primary North Campus building was renovated to prepare for the incoming primary students. The school added three new playgrounds—including an indoor imagination playground—larger classrooms, bathrooms in each kindergarten room, and a health office. To support the K–4 students at this beautiful new facility, BASIS Chandler Primary North hired 62 new teachers and staff. This spacious building allows for differentiation, pull-out groups, and individualized attention to prepare students for the high academic expectations of BASIS students in grades 5–12.

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1800 E. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85225
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BASIS Chandler Primary North at a glance



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Year Opened


Our Mascot

The Puma!

2016-2017 school year highlights

  • At the BASIS Chandler Primary North Campus opening ceremony, students, families, and faculty were introduced to mascot Pete the Puma.
  • Over the summer, a 3rd grade student earned one gold, two silver, and one bronze medal at the international Wushu (Kung Fu) Tournaments in California and Texas
  • Martial arts teacher Abbey Wilkey won a national extreme form martial arts competition.
  • BASIS Chandler Primary North received a charter for National Elementary Honor Society and will induct its first members this year.
  • 4th grader, Sunayana Amara, took 1st place in the Vex Robotics state competition for STEM Research Projects.
  • 3rd grader, Amudan Mangudi, took 1st place in the 2017 AZ State Grade Chess Championship.
  • 4th grader, Nidhi Kamat won a Mathematics Gold Award for academic excellence in Kumon.