Annie Wright Schools
- Private School
- Tacoma, WA
- PK, K-12
Niche User: When I visited this establishment, I was amazed at how the school’s community was so tight-knit. Everyone greeting each other while walking to their next class. The teachers were all very involved in the well-being and academic success of each and every student. The administration also helped their students when they had missed a class for an extracurricular event of some sort. Classes are designed to be very interactive with its students. The students all seem to be highly engaged ready to take on the world. This school is truly extraordinary!
- 536 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Nooksack Elementary School
11 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Washington
- Nooksack Valley School District, WA
- PK, K-5
Parent: Great group of teachers and kids. Can't say enough. Staff really cares about our kids reaching their potential, they are encouraging and have high standards.
- 348 Students
- 17:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Briarwood Elementary School
14 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Washington
- Issaquah School District, WA
- PK, K-5
Parent: Briarwood is an amazing school with beautiful facilities and teachers that really go the extra mile! Very pleased to have my child attend such a great school.
- 638 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Melvin G. Syre Elementary School
23 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Washington
- Shoreline School District, WA
Niche User: The team approach at helping students that are struggling. I love how involved the principle is at our school. She Rocks!!!
- 537 Students
- 20:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Eastside Catholic School
- Private School
- Sammamish, WA
Alum: Overall, I had a great high school career here! It was everything I could hope for in a high school - the teachers are fantastic, and everyone is really kind, even across social barriers (such as jocks and band geeks). They also are famous for their great treatment of handicapped students - they often got to be homecoming royalty, and were treated very kindly by all types of people there.
My only complaint is that as a co-founder of the marching band, the school tends to not give much attention or money to the music program despite its outstanding record and awards won every year. Even when students got to travel the world based on musical achievement or the band went to state championships in multiple areas, there were no announcements unless we pushed the administration.
- 920 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio