BASIS Independent Schools offers the perfect solution to fill your child’s summer—from our traditional day camps to our virtual programs. And with more options than ever before, students can choose from a variety of fun activities they will love, and the important safety measures you’ve come to expect.
Open to both current and non-BASIS Independent students, our enriching and academic programs are sure to keep your child engaged all summer long.
Create your own BASIS Independent Summer experience—choose any individual week for each program offered or try them all!
Continue reading to learn more about the options available to your child(ren) this summer!
Our Rolling Admissions Events are here! We know that some families are still deciding where they want their child to attend school next school year, and at this time BASIS Independent Fremont is announcing that we are now accepting applications for TK, grades 1, 2, 3 and 9 on a rolling basis for the 2021-22 school year.
Applicants in our Rolling Admissions Application Cycle will be notified after Regular Admissions applicants receive their admissions decision on March 17, 2021. We will accept applications until the grades are filled after which qualified Rolling Admissions applicants will be placed into our wait pool and will be considered for any openings after March 31, 2021.
We have two informational events for families on Sunday, April 18, 2021. Continue reading for more details.
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an international student organization consisting of chapters in middle schools that focus on student achievement and community engagement.
Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in NJHS activities. NJHS chapters are found in all 50 states, US Territories, and around the world. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
Every parent hopes that their child will receive a high-quality education that prepares them to attend a college of their choice. A huge factor that contributes to our students’ success is the dedicated college counseling team that helps support our high school students at BASIS Independent Fremont.
Our college counseling staff supports students in a variety of ways that extend far beyond just helping students research and apply to colleges. Students are first introduced to college counseling in Grade 9, with the program becoming increasingly comprehensive as they progress through their high school years. In fact, our high school seniors even take a daily college counseling class for two full trimesters!
Read on to learn more about how the college preparation process supports students throughout high school at BASIS Independent Fremont, and what it means to graduate from a program with a track record of student success.
Thank you for your interest in BASIS Independent Fremont for the 2021-22 school year. Our mission is to educate students to the highest international levels with a spiraling liberal arts and sciences curriculum benchmarked to the best education systems in the world. We work tirelessly to maintain a joyful learning culture where hard work is celebrated and intellectual pursuits result in extraordinary outcomes. We are delighted to know that you are considering our program!
We've enjoyed meeting all of the families who have applied or joined us at a virtual event. Many of the questions we receive at our events are usually Admissions-related, so we've compiled a list of the top ten questions below.
2020 has been quite a year! We regularly publish articles on student life, our community, school accomplishments, and more to both celebrate and highlight our school and students! From college acceptance information to Parent Perspectives, read on to review the Top 5 most read blog posts of 2020. We look forward to 2021, and to seeing what's in store for our thriving school community!
When families begin learning about our Early Learning and Primary programs, they often ask us the same question: “Why do we teach Mandarin to all our students?"
Mandarin is a required part of our curriculum from Transitional Kindergarten to Grade 4 because Mandarin provides our early learners with the opportunity to engage both sides of their brains.
One of the defining elements of our Primary Program is our Symbiotic Classroom, a teaching model that pairs a Subject Expert Teacher with a Learning Expert Teacher for every core discipline.
Imagine that you are back at school, sitting in class. Maybe it's a class you excel at, and sometimes you feel distracted or bored because you've read ahead and you already know the material. Or maybe you’re in a class you don’t like very much because you struggle with the material. Why is the teacher going so fast? You barely understood the last lesson!
Now imagine there was a second teacher in that classroom, one who knew your strengths and areas for improvement, who could work with you to make sure you were achieving your potential in the best way for you. This is the approach that best describes the SET/LET model at BASIS Independent Fremont.
In a global economy, in an environment that is hyperconnected to a substantial amount of information and knowledge sharing, students need to be prepared with the skills to actively participate, not spectate. When students are participants, they can synthesize large amounts of information to make significant contributions for themselves and for those around them.
For these reasons and more, BASIS Independent Schools adheres to a simple and powerful mission - to educate students to the highest international levels. We benchmark our program to the best education systems in the world and in the process, have developed a global best practices approach to education from toddlers to grade 12.
How do we measure the outcomes of our mission? We look to the gold standard, the OECD and PISA.
Dr. Leyba, our Head of School at BASIS Independent Fremont, has been completely committed to creating the best possible learning experience for our students this year. She knows how difficult it is to find the right school for your child, especially during this unique and unprecedented time. Dr. Leyba wants to provide families with the right information and tools so that they may make an informed and confident decision about what school their child(ren) should attend. Read on to learn what Dr. Leyba has to say!
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.