Laurel Hall School
- Private School
- North Hollywood, CA
Parent: Our family has been a Laurel Hall family since 2009. This will be our last year at the school as my daughter will be graduating 8th grade. Our experience has been nothing short but amazing. The community, teachers, staff and parents have made my daughter prepared for high school. Our middle school has undergone many changes and I feel it is the strongest ever! Our new principal, Jay Guidetti has really made positive impact to our school and I am so excited to see what he has for the future. He is very involved in the classrooms observing teachers and students. He greets all families in the morning and always makes time for meetings. Pastor Marty has also made a huge impact in our community. He is kind, warm and is so great with the kids and parents. This school is a GEM!
- 425 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Crafton Elementary School
10 Best Public Elementary Schools in San Bernardino County
- Redlands Unified School District, CA
Alum: As the first school I ever attended, I can say with honesty that Crafton is still one of the best I've ever attended. This school is just so full of spirit and passion it makes learning fun and engaging in a way I've rarely seen at other schools. In addition, the after school activities available at Crafton provide students great opportunities to create lasting relationships and memories, something invaluable to students of such a young age.
- 678 Students
- 26:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Edwin Rhodes Elementary School
17 Best Public Elementary Schools in San Bernardino County
- Chino Valley Unified School District, CA
Parent: Awesome school! Diverse group of kiddos, and the staff is very friendly. University based theme throughout the school (each class is a university and they use the MIT Lab & go to the student union/instead of cafeteria). Couldn't be happier with the dedication to the students. So many teachers put in extra hours to go above and beyond.
- 825 Students
- 25:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
23 Best Public Elementary Schools in San Bernardino County
- Snowline Joint Unified School District, CA
Alum: My experience with Heritage High was truly a gift. While I struggled in school to understand and work, all and I do mean all, of my teachers worked with me so that I could improve. They challenged me, and worked to show me not only how to be a better student, but have a deeper empathetic understanding of both academics and others. The students I interacted with in clubs, lunch, and class we're intelligent, funny, and respectful of differing views and ideas.
- 510 Students
- 27:1 Student-Teacher Ratio