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Private School | Transitional Kindergarten–Grade 12 | East Bay

Thank you for your interest in BASIS Independent Fremont! 

We are a TK–grade 12 private school located in the Bay Area. Our globally benchmarked curriculum and passionate educators unite to help students become creative problem solvers and critical thinkers from day one.

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In response to the growing demand for our program, we are pleased to share we have opened a second campus that will serve grades 6–8 this fall 2019. Our goal is to grow the school by one grade level per year, starting with grade 8.

About BASIS Independent Fremont: 

  • We offer a well-rounded, STEM-focused liberal arts program designed to inspire mastery and excellence in students as they learn at the highest international levels. 
  • The BASIS Curriculum, honed and refined for over two decades, is a blend of best practices found in top education systems around the world. 
  • Our teachers are passionate subject experts who bring classrooms to life and inspire students to love learning. 
  • We offer 39 clubs and sports to help students discover new passions, participate in diverse activities, and build social skills outside of the classroom environment. 
  • Learn more about the advantages of a BASIS Independent Fremont education.

The BASIS Independent Fremont Academic Journey:

  • Early Learning Program: In Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten, we empower young learners' curiosity through inquiry, exploration, and discovery! Students engage in creative and foundational classes such as Mandarin, engineering, drama, and World Discovery. 
  • Primary Program: In the elementary years, grades 1–4, students benefit from the support of our unique two-teacher model as they make significant connections between their various subjects. 
  • Middle School Program: Students in grades 5–8 learn to actively use their knowledge as a tool as they take all three sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics), logic, economics, and a foreign language course.
  • High School Program: Our high schoolers are prepared for the world's best colleges as they take a daily college counseling class and participate in university-level capstone courses and independent research.

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Please contact the Office of Admissions at (510) 573-3435 or email us if you have any questions.