Most Selective Private High Schools in Nevada

The average private high school acceptance rate in Nevada is 87% per year (2021-22).
The most selective school in Nevada is Northern Nevada Teen Challenge, with an acceptance rate of 60%.

Most Selective Private High Schools in Nevada (2021-22)

School
Acceptance Rate
Grades
Location
Rank: #11.
Northern Nevada Teen Challenge
Northern Nevada Teen Challenge Photo - Teen Challenge of Northern Nevada
All-boys | Alternative School (Assembly of God)
Acceptance Rate: 60%
Grades: 6-12
7555 Pyramid Highway
Sparks, NV 89436
(775) 424-6777
Rank: #22.
Sage Ridge School
Sage Ridge School Photo - Our entire school participates in Outdoor Education week each fall to grow as individuals and strengthen our community through wilderness experiences and team building activities.
(2)
Acceptance Rate: 69%
Grades: 3-12
2515 Crossbow Court
Reno, NV 89511
(775) 852-6222
Rank: #3 - 43. - 4.
Acceptance Rate: 75%
Grades: PK-12
9700 W. Hillpointe Road
Las Vegas, NV 89134
(702) 255-4500
Rank: #3 - 43. - 4.
Foothills Church Academy
Foothills Church Academy Photo
(Church of Christ)
Acceptance Rate: 75%
Grades: NS-12
14770 Chamy Drive
Reno, NV 89521
(775) 322-1695
Rank: #55.
Acceptance Rate: 80%
Grades: NS-9
1165 Sandy Ridge Avenue
Henderson, NV 89052
(702) 818-2100
Rank: #6 - 96. - 9.
American Heritage Academy
(Christian)
(6)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: PK-12
2100 Olympic Avenue
Henderson, NV 89014
(702) 949-5614
Rank: #6 - 96. - 9.
Bishop Gorman High School
Bishop Gorman High School Photo - Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto
(Roman Catholic)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: 9-12
5959 S. Hualapai Way
Las Vegas, NV 89148
(702) 732-1945
Rank: #6 - 96. - 9.
Bishop Manogue Catholic High School
(Roman Catholic)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: 9-12
110 Bishop Manogue Drive
Reno, NV 89511
(775) 336-6000
Rank: #6 - 96. - 9.
Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School
Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School Photo
(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
Acceptance Rate: 90%
Grades: 6-12
2015 S Hualapai Way
Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 804-4400
Rank: #1010.
Lake Mead Christian Academy
Lake Mead Christian Academy Photo - Creative learning environment!
(Christian)
(19)
Acceptance Rate: 92%
Grades: NS-12
540 E Lake Mead Parkway-South Campus; 655 E. Lake Mead Pkwy- North Campus
Henderson, NV 89015
(702) 565-5831
Rank: #11 - 1311. - 13.
Montessori Visions Academy
Montessori Visions Academy Photo
Montessori School
(5)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: K-12
1905 E. Warm Springs Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 451-9801
Rank: #11 - 1311. - 13.
Mountain View Christian Schools
Mountain View Christian Schools Photo - Mountain View Christian Schools Football
(Christian)
(1)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: NS-12
3900 E Bonanza Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89110
(702) 452-1300
Rank: #11 - 1311. - 13.
Trinity International School
(Christian)
Acceptance Rate: 95%
Grades: 6-12
4141 Meadows Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89107
(702) 732-3957
Rank: #14 - 1614. - 16.
Academy For Learning
Academy For Learning Photo
(1)
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: K-12
7550 W. Alexander Road
Las Vegas, NV 89123
(702) 737-8668
Rank: #14 - 1614. - 16.
St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy
St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy Photo - Students and staff at St. Nicholas Orthodox Academy
(Christian)
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: K-12
16255 S Virginia St
Reno, NV 89521
(775) 544-5565
Rank: #14 - 1614. - 16.
Vegas Valley Advenstist Academy
(Seventh Day Adventist)
Acceptance Rate: 100%
Grades: PK-10
6059 W Oakey Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 871-7208

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