Rolling Meadows Private Schools

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There are 4 private schools in Rolling Meadows, IL, serving 424 students.
Minority enrollment is 39% of the student body, which is more than the IL state average of 31%.
The student:teacher ratio of 16:1 is higher than the state private school average of 14:1.

Rolling Meadows, Illinois Private Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • Rolling MeadowsAcorn Oaks Preschool Child Care
    Daycare / Preschool  (Non-sectarian)
    4321 Wilmette Avenue
    Rolling MeadowsIL60008
    (847)991-7900
    Daycare / Preschool  (Non-sectarian)
    82 students | Gr. PK-K                      
  • Rolling MeadowsHarvest Christian Academy Of Rolling Meadows
      (Christian)
    800 Rohlwing Rd
    Rolling MeadowsIL60008
    (847)214-3200
      (Christian)
    105 students | Gr. K-6                      
  • Rolling MeadowsMental Health & Deafness Resources
    Special Education School
    1941 Rohlwing Road
    Rolling MeadowsIL60008
    (847)509-8260
    Special Education School
    24 students | Gr. K-12                      
  • Rolling MeadowsHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award St Colette School
      (Roman Catholic)
    3900 Pheasant Dr
    Rolling MeadowsIL60008
    (847)392-4098
      (Roman Catholic)
    213 students | Gr. PK-8                      

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