Pine Tree Elementary School
31 Best Public Elementary Schools in Indiana
- Avon Community School Corporation, IN
Parent: Everyone at Pine Tree are welcoming, helpful, intelligent, collaborative, enthusiastic, and love our kids. The principal and teachers are quick to listen to problems or issues parents might have. They want to work with you to provide the best experience for your kids. I have only been a parent at Pibe Tree for three years, but I have volunteered a lot in the school and am very impressed with the teachers and staff.
- 364 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Park Tudor School
- Private School
- Indianapolis, IN
- PK, K-12
High School Sophomore: Park Tudor is difficult, yet with help from teachers, friends, and coaches, students have the ability to be a student, an athlete, and a friend. The enveloping community made coming in as a freshman less daunting, and the ease of entering the community through sports, drama, and clubs greatly enhanced my experience. While PT may have a bad reputation, it takes actually attending the school and breaking through the iron gates to know the loving environment!
- 950 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
University High School of Indiana
- Private School
- Carmel, IN
Parent: We have been only thrilled with our experience at University! The faculty rival their collegiate counterparts and care for the students to boot. The January Term experience is one-of-a-kind at the high school level, and offers experiences that can't be taught in a traditional classroom. We would highly recommend University to anyone looking for their students to be challenged while cared for!
- 304 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Oak View Elementary School
41 Best Public Elementary Schools in Indiana
- Northwest Allen County Schools, IN
Parent: Oak View has been a wonderful place for child. He started school with special needs, and the school has worked hard to help adjust and overcome his challenges. He is thriving as a result of the commitment shown by his teachers.
- 423 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio