Bryn Mawr Elementary School
1 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Los Angeles Area
- Redlands Unified School District, CA
Alum: Went to Bryn Mawr Elementary over a decade ago. A great educational experience. The teachers are great. Great environment. No regrets.
- 658 Students
- 27:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Elliott Elementary School
3 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Los Angeles Area
- ABC Unified School District, CA
Alum: Elliott Elementary School is a great school in the Cerritos/ Norwalk area in southern California. The staff and teachers enable students to strive for the best and achieve success in the best way possible. The students are always willing to work hard, no matter how hard learning and school can be.
- 559 Students
- 28:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Rosa Parks Elementary School
17 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Los Angeles Area
- Corona-Norco Unified School District, CA
Niche User: Nice little elementary school, the teachers are awesome. Also has a very cool library. The playground for physical activities was large and spacious for the students.
- 1,677 Students
- 29:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Edison Elementary School
23 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Los Angeles Area
- Torrance Unified School District, CA
- PK, K-5
Parent: My child is in kindergarten and I must say this is the best school.
I appreciate the hard-work done by teachers and principal in helping to develop skills in my son. I like their rewards format and the way they appreciate students, it is actually a moral booster for students. I have seen lots of development in my child in just 2 months. Teachers and the entire staff are really supportive, helpful and friendly. But unfortunately due to relocation my son could not continue in Edison. In future, if get a chance i will definitely again enroll my child in Edison. No matter how much i thank the school it would be really less. they have helped us and provided proper guidance from the start till the end. Very co-operative.
Thank you Edison Team.
I would definitely recommend this school.
- 494 Students
- 26:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
BASIS Independent Silicon Valley
- Private School
- San Jose, CA
Freshman: Niche allows reviews to only be less than 1000 characters, so I'll try to summarize everything.
Academics/Teachers/Resource: MWAH! The teachers are all qualified and passionate about their respective subjects (many also have PhD's). There are many resources within the school that assist students' academic performance if they wish, such as the peer tutoring program, office hours, or simply having a classmate help you out.
Clubs: A surprisingly wide variety of clubs. The largest (and arguably best) clubs consist of Speech & Debate, Mock Trial, and DECA.
Sports: PE only offers the mainstream sports, such as soccer, basketball, and football.
Diversity: Nonexistent. All Asians.
Food: Most of the students hate it.
School Culture: Many of the students are talented and smart, but many of them at the same time are also conceited and condescending, which degrades the school environment by a considerable amount.
- 800 Students
- 8:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Santa Margarita Catholic High School
- Private School
- Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Parent: SM gave our daughter Samantha so much more than we bargained for - not only rigorous academics, but fostering personal growth spiritually, emotionally, and socially. It is the close personal connections between faculty, staff, and students that set this school apart, and create a caring and supportive community based on Caritas Christi. We are forever grateful to have been part of the SM family!
- 1,670 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio