Student Services and Support

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At BASIS Independent Fremont, our families and students have access to services that help make logistics as seamless as possible, and ensure that our students feel supported and set up for success.


  • Early and Late Bird Program - before and after school care.
  • Transportation - select bus service throughout Silicon Valley.
  • Student Support - our program ensuring that students are nurtured and supported academically.

Read below to learn more details about these services and if you have any questions, please contact us.

Support Along the Way

Early and Late Bird Program

EARLY BIRD

Early Bird is a voluntary extension of the school day available to all students before the start of school from 7 AM - 8 AM. Early Bird provides a place for students to complete homework and quietly socialize with friends in a structured, supervised environment. Students are required to follow all school disciplinary rules during this time. Students are not allowed to leave the designated area before the start of the student's scheduled classes. There is no fee for Early Bird.

LATE BIRD

Late Bird is a voluntary, fee-based after school extension of the school day available to all students from 3:35 PM - 6 PM. Students are provided a quiet academic environment to complete homework and quietly socialize with friends in a structured, supervised environment.

Transportation

BASIS Independent Fremont is committed to ensuring that getting to and from school is as convenient as possible. Our fee-based transportation program includes morning and afternoon bus service throughout Silicon Valley. Our bus routes are comprehensive and attempt to accommodate the majority of students who are interested in the service.

Based on demand.

Student Support

BASIS Independent Fremont Director of Student Affairs and Deans are the gatekeepers for ensuring student success. Assigned to a specific grade level or group of grade levels, they are constantly monitoring student performance for those who need support or are making exceptional strides.

While they are available for students socially or academically, Deans play a very specific role in developing and orchestrating a plan for students who need additional support above what is offered in the classroom.

The first step they take is to meet with the student and assess, then they employ a plethora of strategies such as extra teacher hours, a homework buddy, executive functioning and organizational support.

Most importantly, whether a student is on a Student Support plan or not, we celebrate success as students inevitably make strides towards achieving their individual goals as scholars.