#2 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Lake County
- Public School
- Paisley, OR
- Rating 4 out of 5 15 reviews
Senior: It is small school, so you get one on one with all of the teachers. Every teacher is there to teach not just there for money. The staff cares about every single student that goes through Paisley School. We also have a foreign exchange program so you are introduced to many different cultures, making this school very diverse.
- 215 Students
- 29:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
North Lake School
#4 Best Public Elementary School Teachers in Lake County
- North Lake School District, OR
- Rating 4 out of 5 10 reviews
Senior: My experience at North Lake was great. Sports teams were always connected. Wrestling trips were the best, especially the one to the coast. It was small enough to have more one on one time with teachers and learn individually. My class was really large for our school with how small the towns surrounding the school are. The food was always good, mainly the tacos. The teachers help you a lot in and out of school, which makes it more enjoyable to be here. The coaches were always great, along with team dinners. There is a diverse group of people that attend the school, everyone from farmers to goths, which was surprising given how everyone gets along well.
- 224 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lakeview Senior High School
- Lake County School District, OR
- Rating 3.33 out of 5 48 reviews
Alum: There are a handful of teachers there that are strict. But in the end, it is these teachers that gain the most respect and truly teach their subject. As a student, I walked out of their class with more knowledge than when I went in, and I remembered it. They know how to balance strict rules and discipline with fun and interesting ways to learn.
What I think the schools could do better, save the chemistry and pre-calculus teachers, is to be more purposeful in teaching. I've found, in many cases, that a majority, but not all, of the staff are there for either a paycheck or experience for their resume and aim to appease students that don't want to be there instead of pushing and encouraging learning for those who want to graduate with a feeling of accomplishment.
- 240 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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