Welcome to
BASIS Phoenix!

Located in the North Phoenix area bordering Paradise Valley and Scottsdale, BASIS Phoenix serves grades 5–12 with approximately 789 students.

BASIS Phoenix is in its sixth year of operation and is graduating its fourth and biggest class.

The BASIS Phoenix Class of 2017 averaged over $175,000 in merit-based aid per- graduate, had a 100 percent college acceptance rate, and boasts acceptances to elite universities nationwide.

BASIS Phoenix looks to continue its progress and earn more accolades as we were ranked the #1 Most Challenging High School by The Washington Post.

Last year, BASIS Phoenix had its second opportunity to participate in BASIS Diploma Senior Projects. At BASIS Phoenix alone, project topics ranged from “Pediatric Orthopedics: Studying Complications following Spinal Fusion” to “Fair Redistricting: Preventing Partisan and Racial Gerrymandering in the United States”. Nina C. received special recognition for her Senior Project on “The Refugee Crisis: Stranded in Serbia” for her initiative to travel to Serbia and see first-hand the everyday life of the Serbian Refugees. We continue to strive for academic excellence with the goal of becoming the best school in the world.

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11850 N 32nd St
Phoenix, AZ 85028
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BASIS Phoenix at a glance



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Our Mascot

The Firebird!

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School Highlights

  • 316 BASIS Phoenix students took 812 AP Exams in 2017.
  • 90 percent of the Class of 2017 received AP Scholar Awards averaging 11.5 AP Exams per graduate.
  • Last year BASIS Phoenix received an overall pass rate of 85.4 percent on AP Exams, including multiple exams that received 100 percent pass rates.
  • On the OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA), BASIS Phoenix students score better than students in Shanghai-China in “Math, Reading, and Science.”
  • At the mathleague.org competition at Higley High School, BASIS Phoenix had students came in first and third place.
  • Our debate team is ranked in the top 25 in Arizona.
  • Anne Levy, AP English Language Teacher, released her second novel, The Well of Prayers.
  • Cross Country team took the CAA State Championship.