BASIS Charter School students are prepared for success beyond our doors.

When students earn the BASIS Diploma, they are among the world’s best prepared high school graduates. The BASIS diploma involves students completing a minimum of eight AP courses and at least six AP Exams® during their high school tenure but BASIS Charter School 2019 graduates took an average of 12 AP Exams in preparation for their post-high school experience. That’s one reason so many BASIS Charter School graduates earn distinction as AP Scholars.

Our students’ high scores on the PSAT/NMSQT®  exam earn them recognition as National Merit Semifinalists. Many go on to become Finalists, making them eligible to receive one of many generous National Merit Scholarships. Their high scores on the SAT and ACT exams position them for acceptance at the world’s most prestigious colleges and universities.

Source: College Board, 2019. PSAT/NMSQT® is a registered trademark of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and College Board, SAT® is a registered trademark of the College Board, and ACT® is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc., none of which were involved in the production of, and do not endorse, this publication.

 

College Scholarships

 

Source: Scholarship data is self-reported by students. Naviance, 2019.

For BASIS Charter School graduates, post-secondary choices are plentiful.

When a school has a widely recognized curriculum and results, colleges and universities take notice. BASIS Charter School students have proven themselves both academically and personally, and are accepted to the finest higher learning institutions in the world. In reviewing the list of college acceptances among BASIS Charter School graduates, it is easy to be impressed and we credit these impressive achievements to our students and their love of learning.

 

Number of 2017–2019 BASIS Charter School graduates accepted to a U.S. News & World Report top 20 ranked National University.

 

Source: U.S. News & World Report National Universities ranking 2019. College acceptance data is self-reported by students. Naviance, 2019