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Six Lessons We Learned From Spending Two Days with BASIS Students

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Robert Beck
Our Daughter has attended Basis Scottsdale from 5th. through 11th. grade now. She took 7 AP courses in 10th. grade, and loves the challenge. This year she skipped lunch to add just 1 more class to her day. She is a member of NSHSS. She performs on stage playing her guitar and singing all around the area. Basis is a place where your child can soar and be all they can be.
Robert Beck
Our Daughter has attended Basis Scottsdale from 5th. through 11th. grade now. She took 7 AP courses in 10th. grade, and loves the challenge. This year she skipped lunch to add just 1 more class to her day. She is a member of NSHSS. She performs on stage playing her guitar and singing all around the area. Basis is a place where your child can soar and be all they can be.
lathapriya2691
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Lina
If you are not living at home and are really 'away', away from parents, boy/girl friends, high school friends, remain away. Live a new life with new people and new surroundings and new experiences, even new helpers like http://domyhomeworkfor.me/accounting-homework-help. Don't call, don't text, don't return until the holidays. Stay away and become an independent adult able to work thru issues that will arise without the easy crutch of your folks and former friends. You can always return to those past relationships later after you have matured and really become you. But for now, learn to stand on your own two feet. And study like you have never studied before. Good luck.
Nancy
Students attend different schools, choose different majors, and many other things that make each person’s experience unique. However, what everyone can take away from college along with a degree is an experience that helped you learn valuable life lessons.
Elizabeth Davis
There seems to be a conflict of interest here. The College Board is promoting a school that sells its product. BASIS only teaches AP classes at certain points; it's the way they manipulate the ranking system. They make the College Board a lot of money, so The College Board's endorsement of the program cannot be viewed as objective.

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