At BASIS Charter Schools we are used to having extremely successful students, however it never fails to delight us when alumni start to make waves. That is exactly the case of Jesse Hu, alumnus of BASIS Chandler, who recently participated in, and won, the History Channel’s season 9 "Forged in Fire" weapon-making contest.
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Part two of the Forging a Future, interview with "Forged in Fire" winner, Jesse Hu.
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What To Expect On a BASIS Charter School Tour: Upper Grades It was approximately 8:45 a.m. when I walked onto the BASIS Peoria campus for a school tour. I was surprised to hear the chatter 
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Being Anti-Social: When to Take a Break from Social Media Social media can be an entertaining way to spend a little time. Who doesn’t love cute animal videos, photos from beautiful destinations, or checking in 
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Senior Year College Counseling: What to Know and How to Prepare The college application period is a tricky time in your student’s life. How do you go about choosing a school? What are the requirements 
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An Honor of a Lifetime: An Interview with Our U.S. Presidential Scholar Semi-Finalists To be named a U.S. Presidential Scholar is the highest honor that an American graduating high school senior can receive. Since 1964, 
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What to Expect on a BASIS Charter School Tour: Primary Grades As I walked into BASIS Chandler Primary South for the 9:00 a.m. school tour there already was a small group of parents and their children 
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FIVE Schools are Coming to Texas from the BASIS Charter School Network Three of the new campuses will open in August 2022 in the Austin, San Antonio, & Fort Worth areas SAN ANTONIO, July 6, 
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In case you missed it, all 11 of our high schools in Arizona ranked in the Top 25 (actually, the top 20). The schools and their ranking are below (and they are linked to the 
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BASIS Peoria’s Workshop on Medicine, Business, and Beyond: A Huge Success On Saturday March 26, BASIS Peoria held its first workshop on Medicine, Business, and Beyond. Nearly 100 people including students, parents, and siblings attended. The 
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