SCHOOL REVIEWS AND RATINGS IN CA

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California Academy of Mathematics and Science

(3/5)

(310) 243 - 2025

1000 East Victoria Street Carson, CA 90747

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 660 - 680

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Students per Class: 25

White: 42%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 22%, Asian: 6%, Other: 23%

Amazon Prime

(2/5)

This is directed to all incoming freshmen or potential CAMS students CAMS has a way of making it seem like they offer plenty of science and math opportunities for those interested They promise high rankings and more chan more ...

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La Canada High

(1.4/5)

(818) 952 - 4205

4463 Oak Grove Dr. La Canada, CA 91011

Type: Public School

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 25

White: 51%, Black: 8%, Hispanic: 28%, Asian: 1%, Other: 12%

Steven

(1/5)

Attending La Canada High School was a devastating experience I arrived in eighth grade and all my innocence seemed to disappear Suddenly getting good grades was essential and my imagination became stifled High school pro more ...

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Kettering Elementary

(5/5)

(562) 598 - 9486

550 Silvera Avenue Long Beach, CA 90803

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 320 - 340

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 8%

Students per Class: 20

White: 34%, Black: 10%, Hispanic: 29%, Asian: 10%, Other: 17%

Miguel Marin

(5/5)

No reviews

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Naples Elementary

(4.6/5)

(562) 433 - 0489

5537 East The Toledo Long Beach, CA 90803

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 340 - 360

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 25

White: 57%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 16%, Asian: 1%, Other: 21%

John Angelo

(3/5)

No reviews

Gant Elementary

(5/5)

(562) 430 - 3384

1854 North Britton Drive Long Beach, CA 90815

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 550 - 570

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 4%

Students per Class: 25

White: 40%, Black: 9%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 6%, Other: 18%

Melody Tarver

(5/5)

Best elementary school in long beach my kids have attended the principal Mr Woods is awesome with the students the teachers are great

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Montemalaga Elementary

(310) 378 - 5228

1121 Vía Nogales Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 430 - 450

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 9%

Students per Class: 25

White: 39%, Black: 11%, Hispanic: 32%, Asian: 2%, Other: 16%

No reviews

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Piedmont High

(4.4/5)

(510) 594 - 2626

800 Magnolia Avenue Piedmont, CA 94611

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 840 - 880

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 15

White: 62%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 17%, Asian: 1%, Other: 14%

Ronald Perez

(5/5)

No reviews

Rancho Vista Elementary

(4/5)

(310) 378 - 8388

4323 Palos Verdes Drive North Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 410 - 430

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 9%

Students per Class: 20

White: 45%, Black: 13%, Hispanic: 22%, Asian: 2%, Other: 18%

Water Crest

(5/5)

At the Back to School Family Night on September 8th Mrs S shared a great deal about herself her family and her impressive credentials with the parents in attendance She discussed how she plans to meet with each student t more ...

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Palos Verdes Peninsula High

(5/5)

(310) 377 - 4888

27118 Silver Spur Rd. Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 4%

Students per Class: 25

White: 38%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 36%, Asian: 4%, Other: 15%

Matthew Sun

(5/5)

I as a student here find the environment to be very pleasant and the instructors to be excellent The timetables are convenient there is a plethora of facilities available and everything fits together for an enjoyable fou more ...

San Marino High

(2.8/5)

(626) 299 - 7020

2701 Huntington Drive San Marino, CA 91108

Type: Public School

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 8%

Students per Class: 15

White: 58%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 24%, Asian: 2%, Other: 9%

Nina Wong

(2/5)

San Marino High School is not living up to its promises Before you invest two million dollars in buying a house in the district be aware that the schools academic offerings are unsatisfactory for a high school of such af more ...

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Diamond Bar High

(5/5)

(909) 594 - 1405

21400 Pathfinder Road Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 6%

Students per Class: 25

White: 63%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 18%, Asian: 3%, Other: 12%

Nicholas Ghree

(5/5)

Diamond Bar High School situated in southern California is a highly competitive educational institution It offers a vast array of classes across all subjects I couldnt possibly list them all Moreover the staff is compris more ...

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Maple Hill Elementary

(5/5)

(909) 861 - 6224

1350 Maple Hill Road Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 510 - 530

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 19%

Students per Class: 25

White: 64%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 15%, Asian: 5%, Other: 9%

Karl Kohl

(5/5)

I had the privilege of going to this school when it first opened in the 1970s It was a great improvement from Evergreen Elementary School in Diamond Bar which was the only school for those grade levels for the entire cit more ...

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Walnut High

(4.8/5)

(909) 594 - 1333

400 Pierre Road Walnut, CA 91789

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 9%

Students per Class: 20

White: 53%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 2%, Other: 12%

Steve Karlan

(4/5)

I was present for the boys varsity basketball match last eve The audience wasnt too sizable but when Eli Ramos and Jarod Lucas both made buzzer beaters to push the game into overtime the crowd erupted Both squads battled more ...

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Eunice Sato Academy of Math & Science

(4/5)

(562) 598 - 7611

1100 Iroquois Avenue Long Beach, CA 90815

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 390 - 410

Female: 40% - Male: 60%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 20

White: 32%, Black: 10%, Hispanic: 23%, Asian: 7%, Other: 28%

Nate Minkevichhughes

(4/5)

My experience as a freshman at this school has given me the opportunity to form an honest opinion It is not for everyone if you have difficulty with your work ethic or procrastinate you will struggle Furthermore if you p more ...

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KIPP Iluminar Academy

(4.6/5)

(323) 800 - 5218

4800 E. Cesar Chavez Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90022

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 560 - 580

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 27%

Students per Class: 15

White: 98%, Black: 1%, Hispanic: 1%,

Rraine

(5/5)

KIPP is an incredible program that produces remarkable results It has wonderful staff and a great facility encouraging its innovatorsthe studentsto utilize their character strengths of love grit zest self control and cur more ...

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Saugus High

(4/5)

(661) 297 - 3900

21900 Centurion Way Saugus, CA 91350

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 25

White: 51%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 33%, Asian: 4%, Other: 7%

Dacia V

(2/5)

As a former Saugus high school student I am now the parent of a 10th grader there Sadly I have noticed that the quality of teaching and learning has significantly declined since my daughters graduation and staff have bec more ...

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Petaluma Accelerated Charter

(5/5)

(707) 778 - 4750

110 Ellis Street Petaluma, CA 94952

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 110

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 4%

Students per Class: 25

White: 62%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 24%, Asian: 1%, Other: 9%

Amy Fadeji

(5/5)

The teachers at McKinley Elementary located at 110 Ellis Street are some of the best in PCS Whenever I have the opportunity to observe their teaching strategies and the learning environment I am always impressed by their more ...

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Elevate Elementary

(5/5)

(858) 751 - 4774

2285 Murray Ridge Road San Diego, CA 92123

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 310 - 330

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 9%

Students per Class: 20

White: 46%, Black: 10%, Hispanic: 24%, Asian: 4%, Other: 16%

Solomon Alemu

(5/5)

The school is highly stimulating and the administrators and faculty are wellqualified and competent The principal routinely communicates with parents often reaching out for them to get involved Moreover the Elevate team more ...

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Pacific Trails Middle

(4/5)

(858) 350 - 0253

5975 Village Center Loop Road San Diego, CA 92130

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 710 - 730

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 5%

Students per Class: 25

White: 49%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 35%, Asian: 2%, Other: 9%

Ryan Keegan

(5/5)

This school is amazing They always go all out for holidays decking the entire building with decorations On St Patricks Day they even hid golden chocolate coins everywhere Not to mention the food is really tasty All in al more ...

California School of the Arts - San Gabriel Valley

(4.2/5)

(657) 321 - 4000

1401 Highland Avenue Duarte, CA 91010

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 730 - 760

Female: 75% - Male: 25%

Students per Class: 25

White: 42%, Black: 10%, Hispanic: 23%, Asian: 3%, Other: 22%

Rowan Santos

(5/5)

Im so happy to have found a place I truly belong CSArts Being a 7th grader here is not difficult as everyone is treated with courtesy and respect As one of the youngest students this was really important to me If youre more ...

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Troy High

(4.4/5)

(714) 626 - 4401

2200 Dorothy Lane Fullerton, CA 92831

Type: Public School

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 25

White: 45%, Black: 8%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 4%, Other: 16%

Pounds Furlife

(3/5)

Attending Troy as a tech student is burdensome and requires much dedication Homework requires staying up until midnight the school days run from 7415 and its all very exhausting Unless you are willing to abandon your lei more ...

Oxford Academy

(3.4/5)

(714) 220 - 3055

5172 Orange Avenue Cypress, CA 90630

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 65

White: 62%, Black: 8%, Hispanic: 19%, Asian: 2%, Other: 9%

Jason K

(5/5)

No reviews

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Science Academy STEM Magnet

(4.6/5)

(818) 753 - 4470

5525 Vineland Ave. North Hollywood, CA 91601

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 270 - 280

Female: 30% - Male: 70%

Low Income Students: 25%

Students per Class: 30

White: 48%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 38%, Asian: 1%, Other: 9%

Ned Sherman

(5/5)

We have wonderful things to say about The Science Academy STEM Magnet where our son has been a student since 6th grade This demanding program offers extremely advanced science and math courses leaving some students feeli more ...

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Fulton (Harry C.) Middle

(4.2/5)

(714) 375 - 2816

8778 El Lago Avenue Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 760 - 800

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 25

White: 47%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 2%, Other: 15%

Cara

(5/5)

Very nice school Nice teachers and stuffnnplease add gym PE is even more painful when the ground is boiling

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Great Oak High

(5/5)

(951) 294 - 6450

32555 Deer Hollow Way Temecula, CA 92592

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 30

White: 44%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 28%, Asian: 5%, Other: 16%

Alistair Fernandez

(5/5)

Very good school basing cleanest and maintenance From a student from CHS who had visited I can tell how the teachers and the stuff at GOHS are nice Students are happy coming to GOHS and myself

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International Polytechnic High

(909) 839 - 2320

3801 West Temple Avenue Pomona, CA 91768

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 510 - 530

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 25

White: 59%, Black: 9%, Hispanic: 14%, Asian: 3%, Other: 15%

No reviews

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Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep

(3.8/5)

(916) 567 - 5740

3700 Del Paso Road Sacramento, CA 95834

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 610 - 630

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 7%

Students per Class: 20

White: 37%, Black: 8%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 6%, Other: 22%

Neha S

(5/5)

The school is fantastic The teachers are incredibly supportive and the community is both eclectic and much smaller than most high schools which means youre more likely to recognize everyone I feel that Im a lot more prep more ...

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SOAR High (Students On Academic Rise)

(5/5)

(661) 722 - 6300

3041 West Avenue K Lancaster, CA 93536

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 420 - 440

Female: 65% - Male: 35%

Students per Class: 30

White: 58%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 13%, Asian: 5%, Other: 17%

Sakura Nguyen

(5/5)

The school I have experienced is truly remarkable The teachers have high standards but the overall environment is inviting If you were ostracized at your previous school this would be an ideal location to start fresh

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Dougherty Valley High

(4.6/5)

(925) 479 - 6400

10550 Albion Road San Ramon, CA 94582

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 25

White: 69%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 12%, Asian: 5%, Other: 9%

Vish H

(4/5)

I understand where youre coming from with your opinion on Dougherty Valley Ariana It may appear to be very competitive and stressful from the outside but its not like that once you attend There are plenty of social activ more ...

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El Segundo High

(4.2/5)

(310) 615 - 2661

640 Main Street El Segundo, CA 90245

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 25

White: 49%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 24%, Asian: 6%, Other: 15%

Mrrjmgreen

(1/5)

No reviews

William & Marian Ghidotti High

(5/5)

(530) 274 - 5270

250 Sierra College Drive Grass Valley, CA 95945

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 170

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Students per Class: 30

White: 82%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 7%, Asian: 2%, Other: 6%

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(5/5)

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University High

(4.4/5)

(559) 278 - 8263

2611 E. Matoian Way, MS/UH134 Fresno, CA 93740

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 480 - 500

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Low Income Students: 19%

Students per Class: 25

White: 28%, Black: 11%, Hispanic: 26%, Asian: 6%, Other: 29%

Eliza King

(2/5)

No reviews

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Granite Ridge Intermediate

(3.4/5)

(559) 327 - 5300

2770 East International Avenue Fresno, CA 93730

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 25

White: 46%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 3%, Other: 20%

Nic Snavely

(5/5)

This school is far superior to Clark due to its absence of Teresa Barber and Demetri Walker two individuals who make it a living hell for students particularly their star athletes Both are detestable people and should no more ...

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Clovis North High

(3.6/5)

(559) 327 - 5000

2770 East International Avenue Fresno, CA 93730

Type: Public School

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 25

White: 47%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 26%, Asian: 3%, Other: 20%

Sergiovardanyan

(3/5)

I think its an okay school except for a few issues Ive encountered Wearing athletic shorts should not be so heavily restricted by the dress code and furthermore walls between the urinals in the boys bathroom would be ben more ...

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Anderson W. Clark Magnet High

(1/5)

(818) 248 - 8324

4747 New York Ave. La Crescenta, CA 91214

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 6%

Students per Class: 30

White: 83%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 6%, Asian: 1%, Other: 5%

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(1/5)

No reviews

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Dr. TJ Owens Gilroy Early College Academy

(3.8/5)

(408) 846 - 4909

5055 Santa Teresa Boulevard Gilroy, CA 95020

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 300 - 320

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Students per Class: 25

White: 49%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 22%, Asian: 4%, Other: 20%

Jorge Murillo

(5/5)

Pretty tough workload but nearly everyone I know says it makes the transition to college easier A relatively tight community of students nearly all of which are smart hardworking

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Valley View Elementary

(5/5)

(818) 236 - 3771

4900 Maryland Ave. La Crescenta, CA 91214

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 440 - 460

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 10%

Students per Class: 25

White: 50%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 30%, Asian: 4%, Other: 11%

Nelly Boghossian

(5/5)

Love this school Dr Reynolds and his staff are amazing We are very happy

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Balboa Gifted/High Ability Magnet Elementary

(5/5)

(818) 349 - 4801

17020 Labrador St. Northridge, CA 91325

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 740 - 770

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 30

White: 40%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 27%, Asian: 2%, Other: 25%

Vivian Chu

(5/5)

Good School provided an amazing educational experience for both parents and students The faculty was very kind and the teachers were excellent

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Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High

(3.2/5)

(323) 227 - 4400

1200 Cornwell Street Los Angeles, CA 90089

Type: Public School

Female: 60% - Male: 40%

Students per Class: 25

White: 82%, Black: 2%, Hispanic: 11%, Asian: 1%, Other: 4%

Valery S

(4/5)

If your goal is to party and not take college seriously then this school isnt for you However those who care about their education can benefit from the great teachers available here Ive spent two years attending inperson more ...

Hermosa View Elementary

(4.2/5)

(310) 798 - 1680

1800 Prospect Avenue Hermosa Beach, CA 90254

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 550 - 570

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 25

White: 69%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 14%, Asian: 1%, Other: 12%

Mike Miller

(5/5)

This elementary school in California is the best of the best its teachers are fantastic and its test scores are high Unfortunately the campuss age means it needs updating but thats a matter of State Budgeting and not som more ...

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Downtown Business High

(5/5)

(213) 481 - 0371

1081 West Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012

Type: Public School

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 20

White: 56%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 22%, Asian: 4%, Other: 12%

Diana B

(5/5)

Greetings My name is Joshua and Im a junior at Downtown Magnets High School I was born in the United States and my interests include reading playing guitar singing eating and sleeping Thank you for your time

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KIPP Raices Academy

(4.2/5)

(323) 780 - 3900

668 Atlantic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90022

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 560 - 580

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 34%

Students per Class: 20

White: 99%, Black: 1%, Hispanic: 1%, Asian: 1%,

Gia Cruse

(5/5)

Id much rather face traffic than have my children in a traditional school setting I wish they could attend this one as many people dont recognize how privileged they are to be chosen for it

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Del Norte High

(4.6/5)

(858) 487 - 0877

16601 Nighthawk Lane San Diego, CA 92127

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 25

White: 44%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 33%, Asian: 5%, Other: 11%

Carla Jean

(5/5)

Del Norte High School has been a great experience for my daughter since she became a freshman Principal Greg Mizel goes out of his way to build up the students and he is an energetic leader who employs only the best teac more ...

Mission Vista High

(4.8/5)

(760) 758 - 6800

1306 Melrose Drive Oceanside, CA 92057

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Students per Class: 25

White: 49%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 33%, Asian: 4%, Other: 9%

Jonathan M

(5/5)

This school is truly remarkable The 4x4 schedule allows students to excel and the vast selection of courses has something for everyone from theater to calculus and computer science plus a demanding physical education pro more ...

Stockton Early College Academy

(5/5)

(209) 933 - 7370

349 East Vine Street Stockton, CA 95202

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 420 - 440

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Students per Class: 20

White: 45%, Black: 6%, Hispanic: 28%, Asian: 3%, Other: 18%

Vicki Chu

(5/5)

BEST SCHOOL EVERRRRRR If you are really nerdy and love a family environment then this school is for youuuuuuuu

University Preparatory High

(3/5)

(559) 730 - 2529

915 South Mooney Boulevard Visalia, CA 93277

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 230 - 240

Female: 55% - Male: 45%

Low Income Students: 4%

Students per Class: 20

White: 42%, Black: 5%, Hispanic: 37%, Asian: 4%, Other: 12%

Zachary Jennings

(3/5)

Fine place but I wouldnt recommend it to everyone had to leave because I didnt have the required gpa at the time

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Yorba Linda High

(4/5)

(714) 986 - 7500

19900 Bastanchury Road Yorba Linda, CA 92886

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 4%

Students per Class: 30

White: 53%, Black: 4%, Hispanic: 22%, Asian: 2%, Other: 19%

Salvador Monella

(5/5)

This school is outstanding and one of the highest ranked in the whole country Its campus is spotless with a superb view of Orange County and sports fields plus an amazing teaching and management team It goes above and be more ...

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Da Vinci Science

(4.2/5)

(310) 725 - 5800

201 North Douglas Street El Segundo, CA 90245

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 560 - 580

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 2%

Students per Class: 20

White: 59%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 16%, Asian: 4%, Other: 14%

Mary Sharon

(5/5)

My daughter is enrolled in this school and we are extremely pleased with it I have watched her develop and become more independent She has learned a great deal here The faculty and administrators show genuine interest in more ...

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Lowell High

(4.8/5)

(415) 759 - 2730

1101 Eucalyptus Drive San Francisco, CA 94132

Type: Public School

Female: 60% - Male: 40%

Low Income Students: 3%

Students per Class: 20

White: 52%, Black: 7%, Hispanic: 18%, Asian: 4%, Other: 19%

Kel Moy

(4/5)

This school had a mix of good and bad people The homes in the area cost above 1 million and they made individuals feel awful when looking at them Our architecture instructor advised seniors to look into Cal State San Lui more ...

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Las Lomitas Elementary

(650) 854 - 5900

299 Alameda de las Pulgas Atherton, CA 94027

Type: Public School

Number of Students: 490 - 510

Female: 45% - Male: 55%

Low Income Students: 11%

Students per Class: 15

White: 50%, Black: 14%, Hispanic: 21%, Asian: 1%, Other: 14%

No reviews