Located just north of Tucson, Arizona, BASIS Oro Valley is in its seventh year and serves nearly 600 students in grades 6–12. BASIS Oro Valley was the third BASIS.ed-managed charter school to open and is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 high school programs in the country.
Impressively, the Class of 2017 at BASIS Oro Valley had a 100% acceptance rate to four-year institutions by the start of the 2016-17 academic year. Students earned early acceptances to institutions including Case Western Reserve University, Georgia Tech University, Macalester College, Princeton University, and Purdue University. These students have earned more than $1 million in renewable merit aid from Arizona schools alone. Additionally, three students were named National Merit Finalists, with two chosen as National Hispanic Scholars, and one Presidential Scholar Candidate.