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Bay Area School of Enterprise (BASE) is a Charter Public School located on Third Street in Alameda, CA. The first youth-initiated charter high school in the country, BASE provides an environment in which youth take ownership of their own learning and change their own lives as they change the community around them.

All students in the Bay Area (East Oakland, South Bay, San Francisco, Berkeley, Walnut Creek etc...) are eligible to enroll.


School / Office Address: 1900 Third Street, 94501
Alameda County
California
USA
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Directions / Instructions:

- From East Oakland & South Bay:

1. Take the 880 North Towards San Francisco.
2. Exit on Broadway.
3. LEFT on Broadway.
4. First LEFT into Alameda/Webster Posey Tube.
5. Go through the tube and go straight (Do not veer left). You will be on Webster Street.
6. Turn RIGHT at the first light on Atlantic Ave (College of Alameda will be on your right).
7. Turn LEFT on Third Street.
8. Go straight to the first stop sign at Brush Street.
9. AIA is at the corner of Third Street and Brush Street; the entrance is on Brush Street.

- From San Francisco & Berkeley:

1. Take the 880 South Toward San Jose.
2. Take the Oakland Broadway exit.
3. Broadway exit takes you to 5th Street. RIGHT on 5th and follow signs to Alameda.
4. Cross Broadway and make a LEFT underneath freeway to Alameda/Webster Posey Tube.
5. Go through the tube and go straight (Do not veer left). You will be on Webster Street.
6. Turn RIGHT at first light on Atlantic Ave (College of Alameda will be on your right).
7. Turn LEFT on Third Street.
8. Go straight to the first stop sign at Brush Street.
9. AIA is at the corner of Third Street and Brush Street; the entrance is on Brush Street.

- From Walnut Creek:

1. Take 24 West towards Oakland.
2. Stay to the left and go on 980 toward Downtown. Oakland
3. Take the 12th Street Exit, and continue straight, do not turn on 12th Street.
4. Turn LEFT on 5th Street and follow signs to Alameda.
5. Cross Broadway and make a LEFT underneath freeway to Alameda/Webster Posey Tube.
6 . Go through the tube and go straight (Do not veer left). You will be on Webster Street.
7. Turn RIGHT at first light on Atlantic Ave (College of Alameda will be on your right).
8. Turn LEFT on Third Street.
9. Go straight to the first stop sign at Brush Street.
10. AIA is at the corner of Third Street and Brush Street; the entrance is on Brush Street.

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