318 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina
- Public School
- Brevard, NC
Parent: My daughter has always had negative experiences at school. This year we decided to send her to Brevard Academy and WOW the difference!!! She is happy every single day. She has made some wonderful friends and she loves her teachers. Also, her teachers won't let her "slip through the cracks". They actively work towards finding ways for her to do better in her schoolwork without making her feel bad when she struggles.
- 294 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
The Epiphany School of Global Studies
- Private School
- New Bern, NC
Junior: First, it is now known as The Epiphany School of Global Studies
Second, the school offers K-12 (K-3 have a Spanish immersion program)
Epiphany is a great place, a family that I have been a part of for most of my life. Almost everyone is friendly and the teachers are fantastic. I am glad to have been here it is such an uplifting environment. Stop Hunger Now! has always been one of my favorite traditions with the school. Also, the travel opportunities are not to be missed, they are always fantastic!
Overall the academics are great for the average student, but for those that fall below or above average it will be challenging. (Academics are already very challenging here, the average mid-B student at public school can expect mid to high C's). There are a limited number of AP classes that high-schoolers can take. The teachers here are fantastic. They actively care about the students and get to know everyone of them. I could not ask for better teachers.
- 468 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
T.C. Henderson Elementary School
402 Best Public Elementary Schools in North Carolina
- Transylvania County Schools, NC
Alum: I love this school! This school prepares their students for middle and high school! Their teachers are very good at one-on-one attention and they understand and communicate with their students according to their needs. I think that this school could be improved by involving more clubs and activities.
- 141 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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