At BASIS Independent Fremont, our teachers are passionate and our students motivated to learn. Our parents are the crucial third element of this learning system—from inspiring their kids to be curious about the world around them, to volunteering to help at school events, our parents make sure their kids are ready to get the most out of their education.
BASIS Independent Fremont, the East Bay branch of the data-driven, globally benchmarked BASIS Independent Schools Network, opened a second campus location on October 7, 2019, to accommodate its growing middle school and prepare for high school classes the next school year. Located on Mission Boulevard, the second campus location is the first step towards BASIS Independent Fremont’s goal of providing the premier private education experience in Fremont from grades TK-12.
At BASIS Independent Schools, we are constantly looking for ways to optimize our program while staying true to our foundation of academic excellence.
SPORK is an exciting new tablet-based math textbook program implemented at BASIS Independent Schools this year. The program, which offers many useful applications and learning tools, was initially tested last year at a few of our campuses as a new tool for BASIS Independent students and teachers in select math courses: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I/Geometry, and Algebra II/Geometry. Keep reading to learn more about how this initiative is elevating our curriculum.
BASIS Independent Fremont will launch its high school with grade 9 for the 2020–21 school year and add a new grade level each year until BASIS Independent Fremont is a full TK–12 program.
“Our teachers, our students, and our families have created a thriving community where learning is loved and celebrated,” says Head of School Dr. Ashley Leyba. “The addition of our high school will continue our standards in academic excellence while uniquely preparing students to not only enter top colleges and universities, but also excel in these environments and beyond.”
We are excited to open the doors to the High School Program next fall, as well as the opportunities that await both our eager students and dedicated Subject Expert Teachers.
Here are six things you should know about our High School Program.
As the new school year begins for our five BASIS Independent Schools campuses, we’re seeing all of the crucial elements of our program and classrooms come together after a summer of brainstorming and meticulous preparation.
We are excited to launch admissions for Fall 2020 for grade TK-9!
Admissions is now open and you may click here to submit your application for our Early or Regular Admissions cycle.
At BASIS Independent Fremont, students and subject expert teachers engage in a spiraling liberal arts and sciences curriculum bench-marked to the best education systems in the world. We believe in setting a higher standard for students and promoting self reliance and accountability in an environment where learning is encouraged and celebrated.
Early and Regular Admissions
This year, we have two admissions cycles: Early and Regular Admissions. Early Admissions is only open for Transitional Kindergarten while Regular Admissions is for grades TK-9.
It’s been another exciting year at BASIS Independent Fremont! Read on for a look at some of the amazing things our school, teachers, and students accomplished during the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you to all our parents who shared what their children have achieved!
What is fifth grade like at BASIS Independent Fremont? We asked our fifth grade students and teachers to find out!
What is a typical day like for a sixth grader at BASIS Independent Fremont? Ms. Sagal, a Subject Expert Teacher who teaches Latin as a sixth grade language elective and the sixth grade Academic Enrichment class, followed several of her students around for the day to see the school from their perspective. Read on to discover what she learned from them!
Students at BASIS Independent Schools know a thing or two about hard work and persistence in problem solving. Our accelerated and spiraled math curriculum gives students ample time to strengthen their fundamental skills so that each year, when our schools facilitate opportunities for students to participate in competitions, clubs, and more, they can then show off their talents and achieve new goals. This year’s math wins across several of our campuses are a testament of how well our students thrive in competitive situations.
Read on to explore just a few of the math-centric accomplishments of our students from our campuses in Brooklyn, Fremont, Manhattan, McLean, and Silicon Valley.
Inspired by the blissful feeling of uncovering connections, our blog Eureka! Fremont is about sharing moments that capture the essence of what it is to be a BASIS Independent student, teacher, administrator, or family.