There are 474 private schools in Connecticut, serving 74,243 students.
The average private school tuition is $10,638 for elementary schools and $30,713 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
Minority enrollment is 23% and the student:teacher ratio is 8:1.
How does a child grow to fulfill his or her potential? At Renbrook, we believe it starts with a small, close-knit, safe community where students take appropriate risks and identify and cultivate their own strengths. We believe that active learning, engagement in service, and opportunities for leadership foster the optimal growth of children during their most formative years of development.
Assumption Catholic School has a very active Cub Scout program. Here are four of our Cub Scouts who have just received their Bear Badge during the Blue and Gold Dinner.
• 244 students from 43 towns, reflecting a wide range of academic, personal and socioeconomic backgrounds. • Faculty includes 43 teachers, 26 of whom hold master’s degrees or above. • Student-teacher ratio 6:1. • Average class size 14
Our Pre-Kindergarten science area allows children to develop critical thinking skills! Children are able to document findings and record information using field jounals!
Cold Spring School was delighted to welcome its third Director, Arati Pandit, in July of 2013. Arati came to Cold Spring after ten years at a progressive elementary school in Boston. She brings a deep understanding of childhood development and the progressive, child-centered educational philosophy.
Connecticut Private Schools by County
County# Schools# Students% Minority
133133 Schools26,15626,156 Students25% 25% Minority
118118 Schools15,91215,912 Students23% 23% Minority
3131 Schools6,8946,894 Students12% 12% Minority
2323 Schools3,0673,067 Students15% 15% Minority
110110 Schools15,80015,800 Students27% 27% Minority
2727 Schools3,0993,099 Students33% 33% Minority
1515 Schools910910 Students12% 12% Minority
1515 Schools2,2142,214 Students11% 11% Minority
November 24, 2015
Many parents search for an answer to the question "How do I provide the kind of religious education I want for my child?" Religious education is a very personal, subjective matter. We explore some of your options.
November 19, 2015
Myths, urban legends and just plain misinformation abound concerning private schools. We shed some light on the facts you may not have known.
October 04, 2015
This A-Z list is designed to make you aware of the many things involved in choosing the right school for your child.