Carver Elementary School
3 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- San Marino Unified School District, CA
Parent: I transferred my child to Carver and my child has shown tremendous improvement since she has been transferred. I have told that the school is great academically, the staff is excellent, the students great too! :)
- 586 Students
- 22:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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
Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School
4 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- Public School
- Thousand Oaks, CA
Parent: I find it disheartening to see a one star review for MATES on this site. As the 1 star review parent notes, MATES is a Charter School run independently from the District. As such, the Administration and Staff wear many hats and collaborate with many parties to maintain and efficient, compliant and productive school environment in concert with the governing Board of Directors. Decisions are driven by the Charter, LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) set by the State of CA, the multi-year Education Technology Plan and many other benchmarks.
The MATES mission statement is: Instituting a vision that welcomes innovation, honors the past, transforms the future, commands achievement, and empowers all children through the Arts and Technology. I'd encourage any prospective family to visit the campus, speak with a teacher, look to school performance and decide for yourself if MATES is for you. Our family experience has been outstanding and I'm confident yours would be too.
- 384 Students
- 24:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Beverly Vista Elementary School
6 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- Beverly Hills Unified School District, CA
Parent: I like the culture and the teachers. they are kind, responsible and helpful.
the administration is good.
- 690 Students
- 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Willow Elementary School
7 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- Las Virgenes Unified School District, CA
Parent: Great School with tremendous support from parents, teachers, and administrators. I highly recommend this school for parents and children wanting the best for their children.
- 587 Students
- 23:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Baldwin Stocker Elementary School
11 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- Arcadia Unified School District, CA
Alum: The teachers were very caring and engaging with the students. They were encouraging, and I thank them for everything!
- 709 Students
- 27:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Bonita Canyon Elementary School
18 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Los Angeles Area
- Irvine Unified School District, CA
Parent: Well, it' a really good school, though the campus is tiny, and the student bathrooms? Gross. The food is from the district, it tastes disgusting, I have to bring my child lunch everyday, the only acceptable food there is the snacks.
- 488 Students
- 28:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mount Tamalpais School
- Private School
- Mill Valley, CA
Parent: What I admire most about MTS is how the school successfully balances and embraces its core traditions of fostering kindness, integrity, respect, and fairness, with its forward-thinking teaching methodologies. This philosophy distinguishes not only what MTS teaches in its forward-thinking STEM program, but what type of advanced techniques and tools it uses in its teaching, such as social-emotional learning. And through this marriage of core traditions with advanced teaching techniques, the school has fostered a respectful culture where kids become critical thinkers, explore boundaries, and take safe academic risks.
- 266 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio