60616 Private Schools

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  • There are 8 private schools in zipcode 60616, IL, serving 2,255 students.
  • The average private school tuition in Chicago, IL is $7,761 for elementary schools and $11,982 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
  • The average acceptance rate in Chicago, IL is 88% (view national acceptance rates).
  • Minority enrollment is 74% of the student body, and the student:teacher ratio is 11:1.

60616, Illinois Private Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • 3455 S Wabash Ave
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)842-7355

    Grades: 9-12 | 1108 students
  • 2001 S Wabash Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)949-2273

    Grades: NS-K | 153 students
  • Jane Addams High School
    Alternative School
    1814 S Union Ave
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)563-1746

    Grades: 9-12 | 200 students
  • Loop Learning Center
    Daycare / Preschool
    2001 S Michigan Ave
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)225-8828

    Grades: K | 30 students
  • 2301 S. Wentworth Ave
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)842-8546

    Grades: PK-8 | 145 students
  • Santa Lucia School
    (Roman Catholic)
    3017 S Wells Street
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)326-1839

    Grades: PK-8 | 129 students
  • St Jerome School
    (Roman Catholic)
    2801 S Princeton Ave
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)842-7668

    Grades: PK-8 | 184 students
  • St. Therese School
    (Roman Catholic)
    247 W 23rd Street
    Chicago, IL 60616
    (312)326-2837

    Grades: PK-8 | 306 students
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