Top National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) Private Schools in Connecticut

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For the 2021 school year, there are 5 top private schools in Connecticut belonging to the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES), serving 891 students.
National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES), an independently incorporated, voluntary membership organization that supports, serves and advocates for the vital work and ministry of those who serve over 1,200 schools, Early Childhood Education programs and school establishment efforts throughout The Episcopal Church. Chartered in 1965, with historic roots dating from the 1930s, NAES is the only pre-collegiate educational association that is both national in scope and Episcopal in character.
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Top National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) Private Schools (2021)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • 830 Whitney Avenue
    New Haven, CT 06511
    (203) 776-2123

    Grades: K-6 | 122 students
  • South Kent School
    South Kent School Photo - Computer Aided Design classroom.
    All-boys (Episcopal)
    40 Bulls Bridge Road
    South Kent, CT 06785
    (860) 927-3539

    Grades: 9-12 | 161 students
  • 30 North Main Street
    Thomaston, CT 06787
    (860) 283-0791

    Grades: PK-8 | 142 students
  • St. Lukes Parish School
    Daycare / Preschool (Episcopal)
    1864 Post Rd
    Darien, CT 06820
    (203) 655-4067

    Grades: K-1 | 116 students
  • Wooster School
    Wooster School Photo
    (Episcopal)
    91 Miry Brook Rd
    Danbury, CT 06810
    (203) 830-3916

    Grades: NS-12 | 350 students
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