College admissions are one of the ultimate indicators of strength and recognition of a program. BASIS Curriculum School students work incredibly hard; we’re proud to offer a program that acts as a launching pad for them to achieve their dreams.

Explore college admissions for BASIS Curriculum School students and related statistics on their college preparation.

Number of 2017–2019 BASIS Curriculum School Graduates Accepted To U.S. News & World Report Top 20 National Universities & Liberal Arts Colleges

Nathional Universities Number of Acceptances
2017-2019 Graduates
Brown University 2
California Institute of Technology 3
Columbia University 7
Cornell University 6
Dartmouth College 3
Duke University 10
Emory University 2
Georgetown University 2
Harvard University 1
Johns Hopkins University 9
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1
Nortdwestern University 1
Princeton University 4
Rice University 4
Stanford University 8
University of California, Berkeley 9
University of California, Los Angeles 25
University of Chicago 3
Nathional Universities Number of Acceptances
2017-2019 Graduates
University of Notre Dame 1
University of Pennsylvania 3
Vanderbilt University 5
Washington University 9
Yale University 3
Amherst College 2
Bowdoin College 2
Carleton College 1
Davidson College 1
Grinnell College 2
Harvey Mudd College 3
Middlebury College 1
Pomona College 3
Smith College 2
Vassar College 1
Wesleyan University 4
Williams College 2

The average SAT score for 2019 graduates was 1485* out of 1600.

The average 2019 BASIS Curriculum School graduate scored in the 94th percentile on their SATs. Over 70% of our 2019 graduates who took the SAT scored at or above the 90th percentile, and our graduates were over 7x more likely to do so than the average test taker. 28% of BASIS Independent Schools graduates scored at or above the 99th percentile.

*average score based on highest score earned by each student

The average ACT score for 2019 graduates was 33.5.

For ACTs, the average 2019 BASIS Curriculum School graduate scored in the 95th percentile. Over 72% scored at or above the 90th percentile and our graduates were over 7x more likely to do so than the average test taker.

When it comes to entering top national universities & liberal arts colleges, BASIS Curriculum School graduates dominate.

In 2019, 46% of BASIS Curriculum School Schools graduates were admitted to a U.S. News & World Report Best National Universities and/or Best National Liberal Arts Colleges top 25 school and 83% to a top 50 school.

BASIS Curriculum School graduates consistently gain admission to the most prestigious institutions around the world.