BASIS Scottsdale one of 16 teams remaining in the International Public Policy Forum

Debate teams from around the world entered the 2017-18 International Public Policy Forum competition, but only 16 remain — including BASIS [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale boy named state winner in young scientist challenge

Basis Scottsdale sixth grade student, Arjun Gupta, has been named the state merit winner in the 10th annual Discovery Education 3M Young [...] Continue Reading →

BASIS Scottsdale student notches perfect AP assessment

BASIS Scottsdale senior Daphne Li-Chen earned a perfect score on the AP Seminar assessment. Daphne is the only student of the 12,466 students who [...] Continue Reading →

National Merit College Scholar winners are announced

Local students are among a distinguished group of National Merit Scholarship winners selected by 184 US colleges and universities, according to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council permits BASIS Schools campus

Scottsdale City Council voted in favor of a new proposed charter school plan by BASIS Schools Inc., Feb. 23, rendering a vote on the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students win Regional National Science Bowl

U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced that a team of high school students from Scottsdale won their regional competition for the 2016 [...] Continue Reading →

BASIS Scottsdale teacher releases first novel

Travis Lambert, who is currently a Subject Expert teacher at BASIS Scottsdale released his first novel titled "A Window in an Unlikely Place." "A [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student named as a finalist in international competition

The Biotechnology Institute announced the 28 student winners, one of which being a student from Scottsdale, who will advance to the final stages [...] Continue Reading →