The news website Business Insider spent a day at BASIS Scottsdale this fall, for what it said was going to be a profile of one of our network’s Legacy Schools, and what all the buzz on 128th Street is about!
The piece focuses on the second-oldest school in the BASIS Curriculum Schools network — BASIS Scottsdale opened its doors in 2003 – and includes the experience and institutional knowledge of BASIS Scottsdale Head of School Kristen Jordison. Of course, the article also touches upon students and teachers currently on campus, including their thoughts on the BASIS Curriculum!
You can find the piece by clicking here. It’s a unique, photo-driven story. Please enjoy!
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