Welcome to
BASIS Peoria!

What an exciting time for BASIS Peoria! With more than 750 students on campus this year, we are a vibrant and expanding school. Since our opening in 2011, we have seen a pattern of growth and achievement unlike any school in our area.

This is the first year in our new, state-of-the-art two story building located on Yearling, just behind the former BASIS Peoria building (now BASIS Peoria Primary). Our new facility has a full-sized gym, and large, fully equipped science labs, plus much more room to grow.

Our committed teachers display a deep level of understanding of their subject matter resulting in consistent recognition at a state, national, and global levels. We are blessed to have added a new College Guidance Counselor to our staff this year. Melissa Lage joins Rachel Estes, our Senior College Guidance Counselor, to provide individualized assistance and guidance to our increasing number of high school students.

Our committed Boosters Parent Organization is a dedicated group of parents and community members who are motivated to build strong connections to our community, assist with fundraising, teacher appreciation luncheons and many school wide events throughout the year.

Our continued pattern of growth, achievement and commitment to excellence make for an exciting future at BASIS Peoria!

Stop by for a visit

9902 W. Yearling Rd.
Peoria, AZ 85383
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BASIS Peoria at a glance



Avg. Student Count


Year Opened

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Our Mascot

The Scorpion!

School Highlights

  • Ranked the #5 Best High School and #4 Charter High School in the U.S. – U.S. News & World Report, 2017.
  • Named among the “Top Performing Schools with Elite Students” – The Washington Post, 2017.
  • #1 Top Public High School in Arizona – (as ranked by 2015 SAT scores) – Phoenix Business Journal, 2016.
  • 100 percent of students received a scholarship from the college or university they will attend.
  • National History Day – seven students advanced to the national round of competition.
  • Speech and debate – team ranked in the top 10 schools (out of 40+) in the state AND was the top- ranked BASIS charter school in Arizona. One student advanced to the national round of competition.
  • Robotics – middle school robotics team won state championship. Two teams advanced to both the national and world rounds of competition.
  • Sports – junior high girls volleyball were division champions, varsity girls volleyball were division champions, boys cross country took third place in regionals.