A new BASIS charter school is set to open in Louisiana in the fall of 2018, via a first-of-its-kind partnership with the East Baton Rouge School District and Woman’s Hospital.
- BASIS Baton Rouge will open to about 450 students in grades K-4 for the 2018-19 academic year.
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- BASIS Baton Rouge will grow to serve grades K-12 in the coming years.
- The ground-up campus will be constructed near Woman's Hospital in the East Baton Rouge Parish, at the intersection of Stumberg Lane and Airline Highway
“BASIS Baton Rouge will be the 25th charter school in the BASIS Curriculum Schools network, which now has a total of 31 schools in six states, the District of Columbia, and China,” said BASIS.ed CEO Peter Bezanson. “We know our high-achieving, academically accelerated BASIS Curriculum will offer students in this vibrant community an additional high quality choice, and one that is tuition-free.”
The BASIS Curriculum Schools network is highly-regarded for excellence by any measure – national rankings, Advanced Placement results, OECD/PISA testing, and college admissions, among others. It serves thousands of individual students with a world class curriculum and consistently outstanding student outcomes.
To be the first to know about events and enrolling in the school, sign up for the BASIS Baton Rouge Interest List!