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Welcome to BASIS Chandler Primary North, home of the Pumas!

Our tuition-free, public charter school serves students in grades K–4. We are proud to be part of the BASIS Charter Schools network which has been providing world-class education since 1998. Our campuses follow a STEM-infused, liberal arts program designed to propel your student farther than they ever thought possible.

Everyone at BASIS Chandler Primary North is here to cultivate a love of learning, natural curiosity, and the desire to excel in your student. Their success is our success.

BASIS Chandler North mascot - The Puma

1800 E. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85225
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(480) 798 6447
info@basischandler.org

Office Hours: M-F, 7AM - 5 PM

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BASIS Chandler Primary North is a tuition-free public charter school serving grades K–4. Anyone can attend, and everyone is welcome!

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School Leadership

Stephanie Terrell, Head Of School
Stephanie Terrell
Head of School

Stephanie began her career in education in 2002. She is a native of Arizona and has taught math for kindergarten through high school. Stephanie has been with BASIS Charter Schools since 2010 and has served as the Head of School at BASIS Chandler, BASIS Phoenix, and BASIS Chandler Primary North.

  • BS, Biology, Arizona State University

stephanie.terrell@basised.com

Tina LePage
Tina LePage
Head of Operations

Tina is originally from California and has over 20 years of experience in education and is currently pursuing an Ed.D in Educational Leadership at Grand Canyon University. She has taught for Chandler-Gilbert Community College for over 15 years, serving as adjunct faculty in technology, fine arts and business divisions. Tina joined BASIS.ed in 2018, as the BASIS Charter Schools Website and Marketing Strategist in the Creative Services department. She joined BASIS Chandler in 2020 as Head of Operations before transferring over to BASIS Chandler Primary North.

  • MA, Organizational Management, University of Phoenix
  • BA, Humanities with emphasis in classic civilizations, San Jose State University

tina.lepage@basised.com

Maissel Lewis
Massiel Lewis
Director of Student Affairs

Massiel began her career in education in 2010. She taught elementary education and joined BASIS Charter Schools in 2014 as a third grade LET. Since joining BASIS Charter Schools, Massiel also held the roles of Dean and Director of Student Affairs and worked at BASIS Phoenix Central, BASIS Chandler Primary South and BASIS Chandler Primary North.

  • MEd, Elementary Education and Teaching, University of California, Los Angeles

massiel.lewis@basised.com

Jillane Culp
Jillane Culp
Director of Academic Programs

Laney began her career in education in 2016. She is an Arizona native and joined BASIS Charter Schools at our Mesa campus in 2021. She has taught grades 1, 3, and 4 and acted as a primary school Dean and volleyball coach.

  • MEd, Educational Leadership, Arizona State University

laney.culp@basised.com

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Receive our free PDF, “A Parent’s Guide to School Choice,” when you sign up for our newsletter. Plus, stay in the loop with the latest news about our academic program, upcoming school tours, and more.

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  • What’s the difference between public schools, charter schools, and private schools?
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  • What should I look for when researching schools near me?
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