Havens Elementary School
13 Best Public Elementary Schools in Alameda County
- Piedmont City Unified School District, CA
Middle School Student: Havens is the best school I have ever seen. It has lots of nice kids, a big campus, and a balance of sports and academics.
- 497 Students
- 23:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Walnut Grove Elementary School
15 Best Public Elementary Schools in Alameda County
- Pleasanton Unified School District, CA
Alum: Great school! Went there for a few years. Awesome, life-changing teachers, friendly administrators, great activities for kids to do. All in all recommend.
- 739 Students
- 26:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Harold William Kolb
21 Best Public Elementary Schools in Alameda County
- Dublin Unified School District, CA
Parent: I am honored to be the first parent to review this school! We transferred to the school two years ago from a great school in Palo Alto. This school holds students to the highest standards. One of our sons was considered 'advanced' at his previous school and struggled when we first transferred to this school. He's moved onto middle school and not only has caught up but is advanced again. Kolb has a great community of parents - diverse and invested parents. The classes are getting larger but the teachers seem to handle it well (even for my second grade daughter who does well in smaller classes but still thrives at Kolb). I think this group of kids, those passing through now, are going to be leaders in our world. The school just has something about. No drama, just a straight forward learning environment, supported by great teachers and parents who keep it running well.
- 836 Students
- 25:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Notre Dame Academy Girls High School Los Angeles
- Private School
- Los Angeles, CA
Sophomore: I absolutely love Notre Dame Academy! Everyone is so kind and is always with such a positive attitude. Notre Dame Academy has teachers that are absolutely amazing and you are able to receive high quality one-to-one attention. My experience has truly impacted me and shaped me into the young woman I am today and has definitely taught me to always help others and try new things. Although I was a very timid and shy student at first, I was definitely able to get out of my comfort zone and try new things such as sports and new clubs that I never thought I would join. I want to use everything I have been taught to go out there and have the opportunity to make a difference in this world as a young woman and definitely make a difference in someone else’s life.
- 380 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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