Programs for students
Bassett High School G.A.T.E.'s vision is dedicated to offering differentiated instruction that fosters excellence and achievement of every student’s potential throughout their high school career and beyond. We encourage productive, complex, abstract higher level thinking skills developed and integrated into instruction of grade level standards.
- G.A.T.E. Identification Process-the nomination/referral process is ongoing and includes students from 1st - 12th grades. All children are eligible for the nomination process regardless of socioeconomic, linguistic or cultural background, and/or disabilities. A continuous District-wide search, screening, assessment, and identification procedure is used to determine the full range of capabilities of G.A..T.E. nominees at every school site.
- The classroom teacher or parent may refer students to be nominated for G.A.T.E. identification to the G.A.T.E. site coordinator using the “Gifted and Talented Education Student Referral” form. Performance data, assessments, and recommendations are presented to the Student Success Team for review and approval.
Cash for College
This event is held yearly to help students and families obtain information on financing their child’s college education. Counselors are available to walk you through the FAFSA. Save the Date for February 2, 2019 8am-12pm.
Think together is an afterschool program that operates here at BHS offering students academic support, enrichment, and healthy living. FREE tutoring is available Mondays-Thursdays in the Library from 3pm-5pm. For more information contact Mr. Arvizu in the Library at (626) 931-2842
This non-profit mental health agency serves Bassett students with the goal to serve the behavioral, psychological and social needs of our students and their families. Please see your counselor for a referral.
Link Crew is a Freshman Transition program that connects each freshman to a junior or sophomore leader who will mentor them throughout their first year of high school to ensure success. Link Crew also teaches juniors and seniors how to be leaders and create a positive school culture.
The Harvey Mudd Upward Bound program is a federally funded program designed to help low-income, first generation college bound students gain the skills and motivation necessary for success in college. All Upward Bound services are free of charge to participating students and their families. Students are nominated to participate in this program by counselors, teachers, and staff. For more information contact Upward_Bound@hmc.edu.