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  1. #95 Best Private High Schools in California.

    St. John Bosco High School

    Blue checkmark.

    Private School,

    BELLFLOWER, CA,

    9-12,

    144 Niche users give it an average review of 4.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says I came from a public school and transferred into St. John Bosco during the sophomore year. The school atmosphere was a breathe of fresh air. Teachers and staff have a true sense of care for the....

    Read 144 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 800,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 9 to 1,

  2. #525 Best Public High Schools in California.

    Middle College High School

    Los Angeles Unified School District, CA,

    9-12,

    135 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.

    Featured Review: Alum says Its biggest (and best) selling point are the college classes. A very good school if you want to get your A-G requirements for college done during your years in high school. Classes are free when....

    Read 135 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 397,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 27 to 1,

  3. #346 Best Private High Schools in California.

    St. Bernard High School

    Private School,

    PLAYA DEL REY, CA,

    9-12,

    66 Niche users give it an average review of 3.7 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience at St. Bernard High School. My goals entering my freshman year was to be actively involved socially, academically, and athletically, making the varisty....

    Read 66 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: B+,

    Students: 259,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1,