BASIS Diploma Senior Projects

The BASIS Diploma Senior Project at BASIS Prescott is a selective program that involves an off-campus research project or internship of the students’ choosing and design. Students select a BASIS Curriculum faculty member as their advisor and work with a mentor at their selected research site. These projects may be completed anywhere in the world. At the end of the trimester, students return to campus and present an analysis of their findings to peers, staff, and parents.

BASIS Prescott is one of 15 BASIS Curriculum Schools to participate in the 2019 BASIS Diploma Senior Project Program. To view the details of a specific project, select a student below.


Anthony H.

Preparing for a Concert: The Responsibility of Promoters and Musicians

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Neal J.

Epidemiology of neurological conditions in Yavapai County

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Nicholas M.

Examining the Cost of Administration Methods of anti-CRISPR Molecules into Cells

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Sierra M.

Developing a Better Method for the CRISPR Project

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Cody P.

Cody P.

Making a Movie

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Alexander R.

Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing

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Zane R.

Elementary Writing Education: Teaching and Methods

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Griffin S.

ADEQ: Keeping Arizona's Environment Clean

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Morgan W.

Across the Sea but a World Away: Foreign Language Education in Japan

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Simon W.

Promoting and Prototyping an Alternative Means of Transportation

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Caledonia Y.

How The Climate Zone of Kahalu'u Affects the Production of Cacao

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Brianna Z.

The Musical Effect: the impact of music on movement, motivation, and memorization

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