BASIS Curriculum students achieve Advanced Placement success.

At BASIS Curriculum Schools, we believe in high academic expectations for all students. To that end, AP® Exam results are a useful measurement of our success in helping students achieve their academic goals.

Students who pass an AP Exam by earning a score of 3 or higher out of 5 can successfully complete introductory-level college classes and are granted placement and/or credit at about 90% of four-year universities in the U.S.

Most American schools allow only top-performing students to take AP courses and AP Exams beginning in grades 10 or 11, but BASIS Curriculum Schools require ALL students to participate in AP courses and testing beginning in grade 9 (and students can elect to take AP Exams even before entering high school). Despite being younger and in lower grade levels, BASIS Curriculum students perform exceedingly well on AP Exams when compared to their peers across the country and around the globe.

2017 Advanced Placement Exam Performance
Average Score | Pass Rate

The BASIS.ed academic program involves students taking a minimum of eight AP courses and at least six AP Exams during their high school tenure, with these exams counting as final exams for the course, but many BASIS.ed graduates take as many as 20 AP Exams.

Chart: AP Exam Performance

AP Results 2017


Chart: AP Exam Performance by category

Advanced Placement performance over time

The BASIS Curriculum continues to evolve and offers a wide range of students the opportunity to take AP courses and exams. Impressively, as the number of BASIS Curriculum students participating in AP Exams continues to grow each year, so too does the BASIS Curriculum Schools' pass rate.

AP Exam Rate for the Past Five Years

Number of AP Exams | Number of BASIS Curriculum School Schools Chart: AP Exam Rate for the Past Five Years

Source: The College Board, 2013-2017.

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