Most Selective Private Schools in Montana

The average private school acceptance rate in Montana is 86% per year (2021-22).
The most selective school in Montana is Intermountain, with an acceptance rate of 20%.

Most Selective Private Schools in Montana (2021-22)

School
Acceptance Rate
Grades
Location
Rank: #11.
Intermountain
Special Program Emphasis
Acceptance Rate: 20%
Grades: 1-8
500 South Lamborn
Helena, MT 59601
(406) 457-4759
Rank: #22.
Clark Fork School
Clark Fork School Photo
Alternative School
Acceptance Rate: 50%
Grades: PK-K
2525 Rattlesnake Dr
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 728-3395
Rank: #33.
Foothills Community Christian School
(Christian)
Acceptance Rate: 74%
Grades: PK-12
2210 5th Ave North
Great Falls, MT 59401
(406) 452-5276
Rank: #4 - 84. - 8.
Billings Christian School
Billings Christian School Photo - All School Picture of the Billings Christian School Warriors 2015/16 school year
(Christian)
(1)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: PK-12
4519 Grand Ave
Billings, MT 59106
(406) 656-9484
Rank: #4 - 84. - 8.
Headwaters Academy
Headwaters Academy Photo - Water testing on the Gallatin River in Bozeman, MT.
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: 6-8
1005 Durston Road
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 585-9997
Rank: #4 - 84. - 8.
Trinity Lutheran School
Trinity Lutheran School Photo - Trinity Lutheran School
(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: PK-8
495 5th Avenue WN
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 257-6716
Rank: #4 - 84. - 8.
Valley Christian School
Valley Christian School Photo - High School Production of Beauty and The Beast.
(Christian)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: PK-12
2526 Sunset Lane
Missoula, MT 59804
(406) 549-0482
Rank: #4 - 84. - 8.
Whitefish Christian Academy
Whitefish Christian Academy Photo - Our classical teaching methods include sound-offs. These are often performed in Friday morning chapel services.
(Christian)
(3)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: PK-11
820 Ashar Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937
(406) 862-5875
Rank: #9 - 119. - 11.
Great Falls Central Catholic High School
Great Falls Central Catholic High School Photo
(Roman Catholic)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: 9-12
2800 18th Ave S
Great Falls, MT 59405
(406) 216-3344
Rank: #9 - 119. - 11.
Kootenai Valley Christian School
(Christian)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: NS-12
1024 Montana Ave
Libby, MT 59923
(406) 293-2303
Rank: #9 - 119. - 11.
Mountain View Elementary School
Mountain View Elementary School Photo - Mountain View Elementary Missoula, Montana
(Seventh Day Adventist)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: K-8
1010 Clements Road
Missoula, MT 59804
(406) 543-6223
Rank: #1212.
Manhattan Christian School
Manhattan Christian School Photo
(Calvinist)
Acceptance Rate: 97%
Grades: PK-12
8000 Churchill Rd
Manhattan, MT 59741
(406) 282-7261
Rank: #13 - 1613. - 16.
Apostles Lutheran Preschool
Daycare / Preschool (Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod)
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: PK
3140 Broadwater Ave
Billings, MT 59102
(406) 656-7141
Rank: #13 - 1613. - 16.
Aspire School
Special Program Emphasis
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: 6-12
1905 W. Sussex Ave
Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 493-6886
Rank: #13 - 1613. - 16.
Bozeman Creative Learning Center
Alternative School
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: K-5
950 Stoneridge Drive
Bozeman, MT 59718
(406) 577-2407
Rank: #13 - 1613. - 16.
First Lutheran School
(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: PK-5
2231 E Broadway Street
Helena, MT 59601
(406) 442-6913

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