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Teacher effectiveness: Neutral


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Not sure about this. Some are great, some are so so. But then again I think teachers are merely facilitators.

Amount of homework: Agree


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Some parents told me it's too much but I think it's just right. Children should focus on their homework, not having fun.


Develops character: Agree


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I don't think it's the school's focus. Academic focus, rest I think the students will need to build on their own grit.



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Great academic school. Kids get challenged and the amount of homework and new learning push kids to the max, which is great. Administrative stuff can be a little bit messy, you need to be more self motivated and adaptable. No one's going to hold your hand and welcome you to the school like a friendly neighbor.



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This is our first year at Basis Phoenix but we are extremely satisfied and impressed with the school and staff. The school with the leadership of Principal Petra Pajatas is outstanding, very organized. We all wish Ms Pajatas will stay forever. The teachers are experts in their fields and very very dedicated to teaching. The student body is great, most if not all of these kids are already gifted or above average and they are very very motivated. Of course the school is not for every kid, there will be kids that withdraw due to the challenging curriculum, but if the kids are motivated and with great parental support, you and your kid will love this school. Our daughter was in a gifted program and she attended supposedly the best Catholic school here in the state, but nothing was impressed us until we are here at Basis Phoenix. This is the even better than any private school. Our daughter has learned not the very advanced curriculum but also learn to be independent, and many necessary skills such as leadership, organization, and most importantly she loves school and loves learning. Love it so much, that our son is coming next year and we are here for the long run.


Teacher effectiveness: Strongly agree


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When I listen to my sons and their friends discussing Minecraft in the context of what they are learning at school, I am amazed by what they are learning. Physics, Chemistry, Ancient History, Latin.... everything they are learning pops out of them in everyday conversation. Their teachers are inspiring them and making lessons memorable.

Amount of homework: Agree


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If organized, it's really not too much. There's always one day a week when there are team practices, and no dinner plan and we're flying by the seat of our pants to get it all done, but it's not an oppressive amount, and the whole family is encouraged to be organized. It's good for everyone, and my three Basis students all get plenty of sleep and good grades.

Develops character: Strongly agree


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This is the first school our son has not been bullied for being himself... a science loving, chemistry-chart spouting, black-hole theorizing fanatic. His friends are multicultural which gives him a global outlook through their family customs, and he learns fairness in sports and team activities.




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I have two children at Basis Phoenix. They have completely different learning styles, but they are both achieving fantastic results. They are inspired by their teachers who teach huge amounts of information and many manage to entertain as well. The list of extracurriculars is longer than any other school we've attended (5 in total) so there is something for everyone. The homework is not any more than other charter schools and Basis teaches organizational skills so that the kids can study independently. The Head of School is friendly, approachable and is clearly passionate about her role as ambassador of education. The whole campus is a reflection of her positive attitude. Go Basis!



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This is a wonderful school However it is not for every child The teachers are great and dedicated The principal is wonderful and knowledgable Our children are very happy here It is a lot of work and discipline but it is the way a great school should be

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Last modified BASIS Phoenix is a Charter school that serves grades 5-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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