Palo Verde Elementary School
28 Best Public Elementary Schools in America
- Palo Alto Unified School District, CA
Parent: I have a 3rd grader at this school. The teachers are caring, well-prepared, and dedicated. The students are eager to learn. The parents are friendly and involved. The staff is dedicated and helpful. The students learn a lot, with, it seems to me, particular focus on reading and writing, particularly on reading comprehension and writing structure. There is also a lot of focus on being good citizens being caring towards others, and anti-bullying messages. There is a lot of art and other extras, as well as a lot of after-school activities. I feel like my daughter is getting a well-rounded school experience. She is above grade in her work, and there is a group of similar kids which the teacher works hard to keep engaged and learning. I have been very happy with every grade of her education at Palo Verde.
- 404 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mary Evans Elementary School
39 Best Public Elementary Schools in America
- Allen Independent School District, TX
- PK, K-6
High School Senior: I may not have gotten along with the other girls, but teachers always wanted to help and the staff was super friendly.
- 633 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Radnor Elementary School
41 Best Public Elementary Schools in America
- Radnor Township School District, PA
Parent: This is a very well funded, well supported (by parents and community) and highly resourced school. There is a lot of pressure on both children and their parents for success and involvement. It prepares children for college and I would choose the same school again.
- 582 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Schroeder Elementary School
47 Best Public Elementary Schools in America
- Troy School District, MI
- PK, K-5
Parent: This school and it's teachers are amazing. My son came to Troy from The Philippines where he was not a particularly happy student, and entered first grade. I was extremely nervous about just how he would settle in and be accepted. My worries were totally unfounded. I had no idea what a wonderfully diverse group of students he would come into contact with, it seems from all over the world. He is now in 4th grade is very happy and doing very well.
- 524 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio