Classroom whiteboards should be mounted at a height appropriate to the age of the students in the room or the grade level of the school. Check out the following suggested best mounting heights for classroom whiteboards for elementary schools, high schools and colleges and universities. These recommended height positions are based on the common height of dry erase whiteboards, which is 4 feet. The measurement is the height of the white board from the floor.
Schools commonly install magnetic whiteboards for the front of a classroom and non-magnetic whiteboards for side or back walls. The recommended mounting height for those classroom whiteboards is the same. Read more about selecting a magnetic or non-magnetic marker board.
EverWhite manufactures and sells a wide variety of non-staining classroom whiteboards, as well as dry erase boards for conference and meeting rooms, for school sports team training rooms, for locker rooms and for use on the field or court. Our dry erase boards come in sizes as narrow as 1.5 feet and as wide as 20 feet, but custom size whiteboards also are available.
EverWhite also manufactures whiteboards with graphics commonly used in education, such as penmanship lines, music staff lines and grids; and boards that have a combination of a dry erase surface and cork board panels.
See our classroom whiteboards page for more information on dry erase marker boards for K-12 schools, colleges and universities.