Learn more about these rankings by visiting the U.S. News and World Report website.
Student performance in mathematics and reading/language arts determines the rankings, which take into consideration the success of kids from various socioeconomic backgrounds.
More than 5,500 schools in California were included in the elementary study.
Anderson Elementary placed in the top 1.5 percent of schools statewide, while Davis Magnet School scored in the top 3%.
Ensign Intermediate was placed in the top 8% of schools in California, according to rankings of over 2,300 schools.
TeWinkle Intermediate was in the top 19 percent of schools statewide, Corona del Mar Middle School was in the top 20%, and Costa Mesa Middle School was in the top 28%.
The poll looked at roughly 2,600 high schools in California and over 24,000 schools nationwide.
College preparedness, math and reading competence and performance, underprivileged student performance, college curriculum options, and graduation rate were among the factors used to evaluate high schools.
Corona del Mar High School was recognized in the top 5% of high schools in California and the top 4% of high schools nationwide.
Newport Harbor High School was in the top 13% of high schools nationwide, Costa Mesa High School was in the top 16%, Early College High School was in the top 20%, and Estancia High School was in the top 22%.