Check out the slideshow above to see the best Bay Area school districts.

Just as you might look at the reviews of a new restaurant or the rating of a local plumber, parents can find countless reviews of their children's school online.

Rankings and review site Niche released its annual list of the top California public school districts earlier this week, analyzing multiple data points, including metrics on teachers, health and safety. Niche also rated the top school districts in the Bay Area, which we have compiled in a gallery with each district's individual grades.

This year's list crowned a new top school district with the Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School taking the top spot. The Palo Alto Unified School District, the leader for the past three years, came in second.

While the list typically changes little year to year, this year had more significant movement overall. Tamalpais Union High School District jumped from No. 9 to No. 4, while Berkeley Unified School District fell from No. 13 to No. 17.

Los Gatos-Saratoga jumped to 19th from 35th in the list of best public school districts nationally. Palo Alto Unified dropped back to 2018's ranking of No. 23 after having moved up to 12th in 2019.

The Santa Clara Unified School District and the Campbell Union High School District cracked the top 20 this year, displacing both the San Francisco Unified School District and the Milpitas Unified School District on the list.

Gov. Gavin Newsom has been increasing his focus on education, acknowledging earlier this year that spending on education in California is among the lowest in the nation (41st according to a 2015-16 National Education Association survey). His revised budget for 2020 includes an increase of $3.8 billion from last summer's budget.

Niche bases its rankings on U.S. Department of Education data self-reported by school districts and from school reviews, test scores and survey responses.