BASIS Ahwatukee

(2.4/5)

(480) 289 - 2088

10210 South 50th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85044

City: Phoenix
State:AZ
Zip code: 85044

Grades: 4-12

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 750 - 780

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 50%

Students per Class: 10

White: 51%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 4%, Other: 10%

BASIS Ahwatukee

(2.4/5)

(480) 289 - 2088

10210 South 50th Place, Phoenix, AZ 85044

City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip code: 85044

Grades: 4-12

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 750 - 780

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 50%

Students per Class: 10

White: 51%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 4%, Other: 10%

SCHOOL HOURS

Monday : 08:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Tuesday : 08:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Friday : 08:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Saturday : Closed

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Review List

Serena Khan
2023-01-25T10:20:02Z
(3/5)
Serena Khan
2023-01-25T10:20:02Z
(3/5)

I endured bullying and thought the educational quality was only so-so. The administration was focused more on money than providing an adequate education; their lunch prices were outrageous at $8. In comparison, I now attend DV and lunch is just $1.35 from Chick-fil-A! This school may think they are top dogs but they're really just average. They need to place more emphasis on the arts, music, and English classes rather than forcing kids into STEM or math classes; plus everyone was expected to be in AP and honors courses even though teachers seemed nice enough.

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Mike Haynes
2023-01-10T15:35:02Z
(1/5)
Mike Haynes
2023-01-10T15:35:02Z
(1/5)

After touring the school and filling out an application, I was unable to finish it due to not living in AZ yet. When I did move, I attempted to contact the school multiple times to come back and complete it but they never answered or called back. Two months later they sent me to collections despite my child never even attending and me not providing them with an Arizona address. Despite their generally good reviews, I feel their service towards me was terrible; still can't get them on the phone. However, thankfully the billing company they hired is addressing the issue of being billed without ever enrolling my kid. If you have children looking for a school, take them to Kyrene – at least they answer their phones!

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Navaneeth Unnikrishnan
2018-10-24T02:33:57Z
(1/5)
Navaneeth Unnikrishnan
2018-10-24T02:33:57Z
(1/5)

Oh Yes Very Nice School

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Vamsi
2018-08-21T21:48:46Z
(2/5)
Vamsi
2018-08-21T21:48:46Z
(2/5)

It takes an excessive amount of time to drop off and pick up children from school, creating a parking nightmare. If the school implemented different schedules for groups of classes, it could help to alleviate the traffic congestion.

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Andrew Glasgow
2017-09-14T22:15:47Z
(5/5)
Andrew Glasgow
2017-09-14T22:15:47Z
(5/5)

Quality education with a focus on STEM and preparation for college.

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