Lowest Private School Acceptance Rate By County (2014-2015)

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Listed below are counties with the lowest average private school acceptance rate.
The most selective county for private school acceptance rate is Suffolk County, MA with an average acceptance rate of 49%.

Lowest Private School Acceptance Rate By County (2014-2015)

County
Average Acceptance Rate
High Schools
Elementary
Suffolk County, MA 49% 44% 50%
Litchfield County, CT 53% 49% 63%
District Of Columbia County, DC 53% 44% 54%
Mercer County, NJ 54% 44% 62%
Somerset County, NJ 58% 30% 58%
Middlesex County, MA 62% 43% 70%
New York County, NY 62% 60% 65%
San Francisco County, CA 63% 84% 63%
Hartford County, CT 66% 56% 80%
Fairfield County, CT 67% 53% 67%
Essex County, MA 68% 46% 79%
Norfolk County, MA 68% 44% 68%
Durham County, NC 69% 47% 69%
Dallas County, TX 70% 60% 72%
Santa Barbara County, CA 71% 56% 84%
Hudson County, NJ 71% 71% 76%
Philadelphia County, PA 71% 70% 72%
New Haven County, CT 72% 47% 80%
King County, WA 72% 71% 72%
Harford County, MD 74% 85% 74%
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The town with the lowest private school acceptance rate is Washington, DC with an average acceptance rate of 53%. The county with the lowest private school acceptance rate is Suffolk County, MA with an average acceptance rate of 49%.