Lowest Private School Acceptance Rate By Town (2017-2018)

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  • Listed below are towns with the lowest average private school acceptance rate.
  • The most selective town for private school acceptance rate is Washington, DC with an average acceptance rate of 57%.

Lowest Private School Acceptance Rate By Town (2017-2018)

Town
Average Acceptance Rate
(Total / High Schools / Elementary)
Most Selective Schools
(Acceptance Rate)
Washington, DC 57% / 53% / 60%
Sheridan School (20%)
Capitol Hill Day School (40%)
Gonzaga College High School (45%)
St. Johns College High School (45%)
The Field School (50%)
New York, NY 59% / 54% / 62%
THINK Global School (12%)
St. Lukes School (15%)
Birch Wathen Lenox School (17%)
Rudolf Steiner School (30%)
Alexander Robertson School (33%)
Princeton, NJ 59% / 30% / 59%
Princeton Day School (30%)
The American Boychoir School (35%)
Waldorf School of Princeton (65%)
Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart (75%)
Princeton Montessori School (90%)
Philadelphia, PA 62% / 59% / 62%
Girard College (15%)
St. Peters School (30%)
Frankford Friends School (40%)
Greene Street Friends School (40%)
William Penn Charter School (61%)
San Francisco, CA 64% / 86% / 64%
One Fifty Parker Avenue School (10%)
San Francisco Friends School (15%)
St Monica School (30%)
Children's Day School (47%)
Meadows-livingstone School (50%)
Alpharetta, GA 66% / 56% / 66%
Fulton Science Academy Private School (25%)
Sunshine STEM Academy (35%)
King's Ridge Christian School (63%)
Mcginnis Woods Country Day School (80%)
Chandler Academy (80%)
Nashville, TN 67% / 66% / 64%
University School Of Nashville (35%)
Montessori East (40%)
BENTON HALL ACADEMY (75%)
Jesus Only Academy (75%)
River Road Academy (80%)
Alexandria, VA 69% / 57% / 71%
Episcopal High School (32%)
The Howard Gardner School (50%)
The Academy @ Metropolitan School of the Arts (60%)
Burgundy Farm Country Day School (61%)
Immanuel Lutheran School (70%)
Seattle, WA 69% / 74% / 68%
Lakeside School (17%)
University Child Development School (20%)
The Bush School (25%)
Bertschi School (25%)
Lake Washington Girls Middle School (26%)
Durham, NC 69% / 46% / 69%
Durham Academy (39%)
Carolina Friends School (46%)
Camelot Academy (53%)
Gorman Christian Academy & Early Learning Center (80%)
The B E Academy (95%)
Dallas, TX 72% / 53% / 75%
St. Mark's School Of Texas (20%)
Texas Torah Institute (20%)
The Hockaday School (22%)
Tyler Street Christian Academy (50%)
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School (60%)
Silver Spring, MD 72% / 50% / 72%
The Siena School® (25%)
Barrie School (75%)
Evergreen Montessori School (80%)
Winchester School (80%)
Saint Francis International School (99%)
Asheville, NC 73% / 67% / 79%
Asheville School (40%)
Odyssey Community School (65%)
Hanger Hall School (65%)
The New Classical Academy (80%)
Azalea Mountain School (90%)
Austin, TX 73% / 63% / 73%
The Schools of Paragon (35%)
St. Stephens Episcopal School (50%)
Capitol School Of Austin (60%)
Griffin School (75%)
All Saints' Episcopal School (85%)
Charlotte, NC 74% / 70% / 74%
Charlotte Latin School (50%)
Providence Day School (50%)
Philips Academy (80%)
Back Creek Christian Academy (85%)
United Faith Christian Academy (85%)
Baltimore, MD 75% / 72% / 74%
Gilman School (30%)
Mother Seton Academy (50%)
Greater Grace Christian Academy (70%)
Mercy High School (71%)
St. Pius X School (75%)
Portland, OR 75% / 51% / 76%
Catlin Gabel School (25%)
Oregon Episcopal School (42%)
Trinity Lutheran School (50%)
Pacific Crest Community School (50%)
Edison High School (50%)
Bellevue, WA 77% / 75% / 77%
Open Window School (33%)
Forest Ridge School Of The Sacred Heart (50%)
The Little School (80%)
Seattle Waldorf School (85%)
French Immersion School Of Washington (85%)
Santa Fe, NM 77% / 72% / 77%
Secondary Learning Center (50%)
Rio Grande School (75%)
Desert Academy (75%)
Santa Fe Waldorf School (80%)
St. Michaels High School (82%)
Los Angeles, CA 78% / 70% / 77%
Camelot Kids Preschool (10%)
St. James' Episcopal School (20%)
Brentwood School (23%)
New Covenant Academy (25%)
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Did You Know?
The town with the lowest private school acceptance rate is Washington, DC with an average acceptance rate of 57%. The county with the lowest private school acceptance rate is Litchfield County, CT with an average acceptance rate of 52%.