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International Benchmarking

If BASIS Curriculum Schools were a nation, it would outscore all other countries in terms of student performance in math, reading, and science.

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Advanced Placement Success

The BASIS Curriculum involves students taking a minimum of seven AP courses and at least six AP exams during their high school tenure.

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Awards & Distinctions

Throughout their high school careers, BASIS Curriculum School graduates earn impressive awards and distinctions based on their academic achievements.

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Admissions Information

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Preparing students for the 21st century world

BASIS International Schools are a part of the worldwide BASIS Curriculum Schools network of schools. For our students, this means they learn in an environment that is a portal to the world. In our classrooms, students are able to collaborate with their BASIS Curriculum peers across the United States and China to solve problems, to create and share new ideas, and to understand the world and how to change and leave their mark upon it.


100%

of all graduates accepted to college

633

Avg. OECD Math Score
(102 points above B-S-J-G (China))

600

Avg. OECD Science Score
(82 points above B-S-J-G (China))

595

Avg. OECD Reading Score
(101 points above B-S-J-G (China))

Recent Blogposts

Opening Ceremony

BASIS seniors in class
December 12, 2017

The 'Best Public School in America' Is Profiled by Business Insider

The news website Business Insider spent a day at BASIS Scottsdale this fall, for what it said was going to be a profile of one of our network's Legacy Schools, and what all the buzz on 128th Street is about!

BASIS Scottsdale teacher Marizza Bailey in mathematics class.
October 24, 2017

Vectors Campus Series: A senior at BASIS Peoria gazes back

"Walking into a new school, I remember my excitement as I finally got my own locker, my stress as I struggled to open that locker, and my uncertainty as I stepped into my 1st Period class..."