Most Selective Private High Schools in District Of Columbia

The average private high school acceptance rate in District Of Columbia is 64% per year (2021-22).
The most selective school in District Of Columbia is Gonzaga College High School, with an acceptance rate of 40%.

Most Selective Private High Schools in District Of Columbia (2021-22)

School
Acceptance Rate
Grades
Location
Rank: #11.
Gonzaga College High School
Gonzaga College High School Photo - Gonzaga is Washington's only Catholic, Jesuit high school. The campus is located in the heart of our nation's capital and consists of nine buildings. In recent years, the physical plant has undergone major renovations and additions.
All-boys (Roman Catholic)
(4)
Acceptance Rate: 40%
Grades: 9-12
19 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 336-7100
Rank: #22.
St. Johns College High School
(Roman Catholic)
Acceptance Rate: 45%
Grades: 9-12
2607 Military Road NW, Chevy Chase
Washington, DC 20015
(202) 363-2316
Rank: #33.
Kingsbury Day School
Special Education School
Acceptance Rate: 70%
Grades: PK-12
5000 14th St Nw
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-5555
Rank: #44.
Kirov Academy Of Ballet of Washington DC
Kirov Academy Of Ballet of Washington DC Photo - Teaching the After School Program Classes
Special Program Emphasis
Acceptance Rate: 75%
Grades: 6-12
4301 Harewood Rd NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 832-1087
Rank: #55.
St. Jerome Institute
St. Jerome Institute Photo - St. Jerome Institute: A liberal arts high school in the Catholic tradition
(Roman Catholic)
(2)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: 9-12
1800 Perry St. NE
Washington, DC 20018
(301) 887-3008

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