LOS ANGELES, CA — The beginning of the school year is a good time to do a little research on how your teachers stack up against others — whether you’re sending your children to kindergarten for the first time or if they’re preparing to graduate.
Niche, which rates everything in education, has created a list of what it considers the schools with the best teachers in Los Angeles.
According to Niche.com, the rankings are based on seven factors: academic grades, parent/student surveys on teachers, teacher absenteeism, teacher salary index, teachers in their first or second year, average teacher salary and the student-teacher ratio.
Carmel Middle School has the best teachers in the state, according to the rankings. With 575 total students in the school and a student-teacher ratio of 15:1, Carmel Middle School had both an A+ rating in teachers and overall niche grade
Tularcitos Elementary School, also within the Carmel Unified School District, followed close behind Carmel Middle School with a total of 502 students and a 21:1 student-teacher ratio. Tularcitos Elementary School had both an A+ rating in teachers and an overall niche grade.
Here are the top Los Angeles schools with the best teachers:
- Harvard-Westlake School
- Marlborough School
- Windward School
- Brentwood School
- Marymount High School
- Sierra Canyon School
- Oakwood School
- The Archer School for Girls
- The Buckley School
- The Episcopal School of Los Angeles
- Loyola High School
- Milken Community Schools
- Yeshiva University High School of Los Angeles
- Granada Hills Charter High School
- Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles Raymond and Esther Kabbaz High School
- Campbell Hall
- Wildwood School
- Louisville High School
- Pilgrim School
- New Covenant Academy