Join us at your local BASIS Charter School for our Prospective Parent Info Night Event! 🎉
Are you a parent seeking an exceptional educational experience for your child? Look no further! BASIS Charter Schools invites you to our FREE Parent Info Night on November 15 at 6:00 p.m. 🗓️
During this event, you’ll get the inside scoop on BASIS Charter Schools and find out what makes us the #1 Public School Network in the U.S. 📚
This event is being held at ALL of our Arizona campuses! Join us to learn more about how you can enroll in one of our schools. Applying during the upcoming 2024–25 Open Enrollment period is your best chance to receive an enrollment offer for your child! 👏
Secure your spot NOW! ➡️ https://bit.ly/3tUQxlo
A TUITION-FREE, public charter school serving grades 4–12. BASIS Ahwatukee is a tuition-free public charter school that serves grades 4 through 12.
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Join us at your local BASIS Charter School for our Prospective Parent Info Night Event! 🎉
We’re wishing all of our BASIS families a spook-tastic Halloween! 👻
May your trick-or-treating be filled with sweet treats, ghoulishly fun costumes, and lots of adventure 🎃
All students currently in art class worked together to create an altar for the Mesa Center for the Arts Día de Los Mu***os cpmpetition. The soft sculptures in the pictures were made by 7th grade with the support of high school students.
4th Grade student, Gabriel S, enjoyed seeing his artwork on display at the Día de los Mu***os Altar Competition. 4th-11th grade students all worked together to make the altar.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!! 🗓️ Open Enrollment for the 2024–25 school year starts in 1️⃣ month! OE will begin on November 15, 2023! 🎉
If you haven’t had a chance to visit our campuses yet, now is a great time to schedule a tour at the BASIS Charter School of your choice. Here are 3 THINGS you’ll do during your visit:
● Meet our smart and caring teachers
● See how our students learn to achieve their goals
● Tour our state-of-the-art campus
We hope to see you on a tour or Open House soon! https://enrollbasis.com/events/
BASIS Ahwatukee's 8th graders are in an Odyssey-inspired mock trial, debating Odysseus's hero status. With prosecution and defense teams, they use Gareth Hinds' graphic novel to explore evidence and themes, honing critical thinking and communication. The journey ends in a courtroom trial with various roles. Witness their remarkable skills!
Save the Date!
BASIS Ahwatukee Art Teachers, Jill Sandala and Jillian Holland, are working with their students to create an altar for the Mesa Center for the Arts Día de los Mu***os Altar competition.
Scroll though to see images of the students working on their altar. We can't wait to see it! 🏵️ 💠
Please join us at the City of Mesa Dia De Los Mu***os celebration on October 21st and 22nd from 10 AM to 5 PM!
BASIS Ahwatukee’s art classes journeyed through indigenous art and traditions, learning about local Arizona tribes and their art, specifically the Guna tribe's reverse applique method to create Molas. Each student's Mola creation symbolizes their individuality while honoring tradition.
We received the AP School Honor Roll with the Platinum level of distinction ! ✨
The AP School Honor Roll recognizes schools whose AP programs are delivering results for students while broadening access. Schools can earn this recognition annually based on criteria that reflect a commitment to increasing college-going culture, providing opportunities for students to earn college credit, and maximizing college readiness. The AP School Honor Roll offers four levels of distinction: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
Thank you to our teachers, administrators, and students for working so hard! 👏👏
Remembering last week's homecoming dance with fond memories. Thank you Leadership for all your hard work to make the dance a success!
Last Friday teachers came to judge the the Classical History and Mythology Elective student's ships. They built boats in honor of Jason and the Argonauts. The boats were judged on their engineering and accuracy to the Greek design. Great job 7th grade!
Please join me in congratulating our five National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists!
Less than 1% of all U.S. high school seniors receive recognition in this elite program, and we are proud of these seniors for their accomplishment. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million that will be offered next spring. Congratulations to our BASIS Ahwatukee Semifinalists!
Rahma M, Safiya T, Abhinav S, Raymond C, Ryan T,
Cheering on the Varsity Soccer Team at the Homecoming Game.
Looking back to last week's Barbie Homecoming Spirit Week. Friday was "Barbie Malibu Beach Day".
More than 200 students from 13 BASIS Charter School campuses have been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation! 33% of our Class of 2024 were recognized for their exceptional academic ability, including 17% named as National Merit Semifinalists. These Semifinalists will go on to compete for prestigious National Merit Scholarships! ✨
Congratulations to all of our National Merit Commended Students and Semifinalists!
Visit our blog to see the full list of our TWO HUNDRED TWENTY (220) recognized students! https://enrollbasis.com/2024-national-merit-commended-students-and-semifinalists/
ONE DAY LEFT to purchase discounted tickets for BASIS at the Ballpark this Saturday, September 30th! ⚾
Plan to arrive between 3:00-4:30pm to enjoy the STEM Showcase before the game (BASIS STEM Table on the concourse, behind centerfield scoreboard), or at 5:00pm to see our BASIS students racing in The Hot Dog Derby! Game begins at 5:10pm and BASIS Student Dancers will be dancing on top of the dugout during 7th inning! DON'T FORGET TO WEAR YOUR BASIS GEAR, SO WE CAN ALL REPRESENT TOGETHER! 600 tickets sold so far, and we hope to see YOU there with our BASIS community!!! https://fevogm.com/event/Basis2023
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Looking back to last week's Barbie Homecoming Spirit Week. Thursday was "Barbie Career Day".
Looking back to last week's Barbie Homecoming Spirit Week. Wednesday was "Album Cover Wednesday".
Join us for a Community Builder Restaurant at Chipotle on Tuesday, September 26.
Looking back to last week's Barbie Homecoming Spirit Week. Tuesday was "Too Pink Tuesday".
Looking back to last week's Barbie Homecoming Spirit Week. Monday was "Mournful Monday".
Monologues produced by Mrs. O'Connell's 6th grade Drama class are the start to many Mustang acting careers. Congratulations to all 6th grade students who performed their first monologues!
Students in Ms. McDaniel's 6th grade physics class did a distance and displacement lab last week!
BASIS Charter Schools just hit 500 tickets sold to BASIS DAY at the Ballpark on September 30th! ⚾ We are looking for SEVEN lucky student winners to represent BASIS by participating in the Arizona Diamondbacks' in-game experiences!! (Please note one adult must accompany their child and tickets to the game must be purchased to enter the drawing. Both opportunities will show BASIS students on the scoreboard camera for portions of each experience.)
Buy tickets to the game: https://fevogm.com/event/Basis2023
Please see opportunities below if you are interested in your child being selected. Please submit the Form(s) by 12:00PM on Wednesday, September 27th. Your child's name(s) will be placed into a random drawing and winners will be emailed on Wednesday afternoon, 9/27.
Ages 5-12 only! We need FOUR Student Dancers to join the Rally Backs on top of the dugout during the 7th inning: https://forms.office.com/r/ZT3An3p8mL
Ages 5-10 only! We need THREE Hot Dog Derby "Racers" (Ketchup, Mustard, Relish) to run in place as the characters on the scoreboard race through Chase Field: https://forms.office.com/r/2SmcfF6Lmj
We were honored to have Nicole Kamp, Regional Director, and Kristen Jordison, Associate Vice President of Schools at BASIS.Ed, attend our last faculty meeting to recognize all faculty and staff who have worked in the BASIS network for 5 or more years. The following faculty and staff were recognized with sweatshirts personalized with their names and the year they started at BASIS: Lyndsay Rogers, Nancy Schwedt, Kerry Green, Scott Anderson, Nick Tessari, Candice Pennamon, Greg Klug, Michael Lemons, Don Whiteside, Helen O’Connell, Lisa Jacobs, Dyson Ellis, Dawn Norstrom, Lucy Wilcox, Cristina O'Neil, Jennifer Murillo, and Ashley Lee. We are looking forward to recognizing even more next year!
4th-6th Grade students and their families learned how to line dance at the Mustang Stampede. They can now dance the "Cupid Shuffle," the "Sid," and the "ChaCha Slide" like experts. We are looking forward to the next dance!
Join us for a day at the ballpark on Saturday, September 30th! ⚾
Announcement! The STEM Showcase at the Diamondbacks starts at 3 PM. 10 days left to purchase tickets at a discounted rate for you and your family to sit together at BASIS DAY at the Ballpark!
Get your tickets today! https://fevogm.com/event/Basis2023
A big thank you to the BASIS Ahwatukee Boosters for organizing the first Mustang Stampede. We appreciate all the parents, students, and alumni who volunteered to make the evening a big success. A special thank you to Mrs. Townsend, Front Office Coordinator, and Mrs. Calderon for teaching us how to line-dance. We are looking forward to repeating this event again next year!
International Dot Day is celebrated by both adults and children all around the world as a way of boosting confidence and encouraging creativity. Through observing this holiday, people can learn the power of creativity and how just one small dot can make a huge impact on the world around them. The students in Mrs. Sandala's classes celebrated by placing dots all over the school as a form of Guerrilla Art. Guerrilla Art is unannounced, anonymous, and most often unauthorized artwork that is displayed in public spaces intended to create an awareness. It's focused on cause and effect, not the material piece itself.
We were very lucky to have former students and the Mustang mascot stop by the Stampede to volunteer. Thank you for making this fun event successful!
Celebramos las muchas contribuciones, culturas e historia de la comunidad latina.
We celebrate the many contributions, cultures and history of the Latino community.
SAVE THE DATE! Join The Arizona Diamondbacks, The Houston Astros, and BASIS Charter Schools at Chase Field Stadium in Downtown Phoenix on Saturday, September 30th. 🧢 ⚾️
Click the link to purchase tickets at a discounted rate for you and your family to sit together. https://fevogm.com/event/Basis2023
We hope our BASIS families join us at the ballpark!
Honoring the heroes and remembering the fallen.
A grandparent is a little bit parent, a little bit teacher and a little bit best friend!
The AP Bio students are building DNA models from kits. This is a great way to practice what they have taken notes on.
Mrs. Calderon's 6th grade Chemistry classes reviewed lab safety and made posters to remind classmates of the rules of the lab.
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