We started with a school called Freedom Community College that was established early in 1993 in order to serve the educational needs of largely the previously disadvantaged members of our society. It came up at the time when the idea of private education amongst our communities was gaining popularity. Initially it offered a broad curriculum to accommodate diverse career goals of learners, characteristic of a democratic, none racial education environment. The school has been very successful in delivering this curriculum blend; year-in- year out; large numbers have been enrolled and sat for matriculation examinations. The whole mark of our success as a school has been enviable average pass rate of 97% plus maintained since 2007.
Our mission is to provide disadvantaged, learning disabled children and youth with access to education; vocational skills training, employment opportunities, and necessary support services. Thereby facilitating their integration into mainstream society and providing them with opportunities to participate in the economy. The aimed outcome of our program is employable youth and young entrepreneurs.
Basa employs 160 dedicated staff members who work throughout all our branches and sister schoolS in Johannesburg. We provide basic education to up to 7000 children.
- Remedial with specialized education offering Grades 1-9
- Practical Skill Focused Subjects: Mathematics,Business Economics and Commercials Sciences from both BASA Tutorial Institute and BASA Freedom School
- Basic Education Provider accredited by the Department of Basic Education and Training Gauteng.
Basa runs schools under an NPO that is run by an executive board consisting of:
Director: Mr. Ludwick P. Sekoakoa, Mrs N.B Nkomo, Mr B.P Moyo
Financial Manager: Mr. J Naude
Principals: Mr. I Dube (Basa Eloff), Mrs. M. Xulu (Freedom College), Mr. C. Ndlovu (Basa Diepsloot),Mr. D. Ntini ( Basa Protea Glen Combined, Mr. Meko (Basa Protea Glen)
The Department of Education awarded Basa Tutorial Institute a special recognition for Outstanding Academic Results in 2005 for Senior Certificate Exams.