Ralph Bunche Elementary School
- Compton Unified School District, CA
Niche User: Attended this school from kindergarten to fifth grade. Many educational opportunities. I reminisce having a college fair where students were able to learn about college, students were given the mentality of attending college at a young age. Many "Travel around the world" events, students were exposed to diverse ethnicities which is fundamental now that there is diversity in schools. Events in general made students feel more involved which is commending.
- 369 Students
- 27:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lifeline Education Charter School
- Public School
- Compton, CA
Senior: Lifeline Education Charter School is very welcoming and adds little to no stress on students. With the help of councilors, Lifeline students easily accomplish to graduate and graduate with excellent grades. Early preparations for college and university is highly promoted; as soon as 10th grade, students are introduced to college materials and essays for college applications. It is also a small school which allows close and strong relationships to be built with students and teachers. It is very unlikely for a student to struggle in subjects without the teacher noticing; therefore, the teachers know which students to assist more on such subjects.
- 581 Students
- 26:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
BASIS Independent Silicon Valley
- Private School
- San Jose, CA
Freshman: Niche allows reviews to only be less than 1000 characters, so I'll try to summarize everything.
Academics/Teachers/Resource: MWAH! The teachers are all qualified and passionate about their respective subjects (many also have PhD's). There are many resources within the school that assist students' academic performance if they wish, such as the peer tutoring program, office hours, or simply having a classmate help you out.
Clubs: A surprisingly wide variety of clubs. The largest (and arguably best) clubs consist of Speech & Debate, Mock Trial, and DECA.
Sports: PE only offers the mainstream sports, such as soccer, basketball, and football.
Diversity: Nonexistent. All Asians.
Food: Most of the students hate it.
School Culture: Many of the students are talented and smart, but many of them at the same time are also conceited and condescending, which degrades the school environment by a considerable amount.
- 800 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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