Top Florida Private Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 2,372 top private schools in Florida, serving 397,105 students.
- The average private school tuition is $7,750 for elementary schools and $9,828 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 87% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 41% and the student:teacher ratio is 11:1.
Lake Highland Preparatory School Photo - Lake Highland Preparatory School is a mission-driven school dedicated to cultivating leaders with intellect and character. LHPS serves students from Pre-K through 12th grade.
Foundations Christian Montessori Academy Photo - Located on a 50+ acre campus, our current programs occupy over 35,000 square feet of dedicated educational space including: learning environments, auditorium, science lab, music room, art room, dance studio, and kitchen. Our beautiful campus also includes a competitive playing field and graduated skill level playground to accommodate all students.
Jacksonville Country Day School Photo - Jacksonville Country Day School offers a challenging and innovative curriculum tailored to your child's age and ability levels.
Sweetwater Episcopal Academy Photo - Canoeing is part of the PE curriculum at Sweetwater Episcopal Academy. We take full advantage of the fact that our campus is located on a beautiful lake!
Our Savior Lutheran School Photo - Our Savior's Kindergartners around the crest that represents the strengths from which our school is founded.
Top Florida Private Schools by County (2019-20)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 32 Schools4,814 Students22% Minority
- 1 Schools69 Students- Minority
- 14 Schools1,295 Students42% Minority
- 5 Schools758 Students10% Minority
- 80 Schools9,984 Students27% Minority
- 223 Schools48,833 Students46% Minority
- 11 Schools1,121 Students22% Minority
- 7 Schools1,181 Students13% Minority
- 25 Schools2,780 Students14% Minority
- 31 Schools4,292 Students15% Minority
- 9 Schools769 Students15% Minority
- 2 Schools129 Students36% Minority
- 1 Schools75 Students17% Minority
- 164 Schools29,554 Students33% Minority
- 29 Schools4,733 Students21% Minority
- 5 Schools999 Students17% Minority
- 2 Schools54 Students17% Minority
- 2 Schools522 Students21% Minority
- 2 Schools196 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools38 Students94% Minority
- 1 Schools10 Students20% Minority
- 5 Schools298 Students42% Minority
- 4 Schools42 Students22% Minority
- 5 Schools372 Students42% Minority
- 12 Schools1,976 Students17% Minority
- 9 Schools860 Students56% Minority
- 152 Schools25,437 Students33% Minority
- 2 Schools80 Students4% Minority
- 13 Schools1,788 Students15% Minority
- 4 Schools279 Students24% Minority
- 1 Schools333 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students7% Minority
- 36 Schools5,324 Students33% Minority
- 49 Schools7,474 Students22% Minority
- 43 Schools5,766 Students30% Minority
- 4 Schools311 Students16% Minority
- 2 Schools72 Students67% Minority
- 5 Schools399 Students41% Minority
- 32 Schools4,561 Students26% Minority
- 36 Schools5,458 Students29% Minority
- 8 Schools1,759 Students25% Minority
- 469 Schools81,509 Students80% Minority
- 8 Schools932 Students28% Minority
- 8 Schools983 Students5% Minority
- 11 Schools1,692 Students19% Minority
- 5 Schools553 Students16% Minority
- 187 Schools33,219 Students45% Minority
- 32 Schools5,495 Students74% Minority
- 147 Schools29,368 Students24% Minority
- 38 Schools4,274 Students25% Minority
- 115 Schools19,356 Students19% Minority
- 66 Schools9,997 Students31% Minority
- 7 Schools651 Students18% Minority
- 26 Schools3,275 Students14% Minority
- 24 Schools4,465 Students41% Minority
- 7 Schools1,286 Students26% Minority
- 39 Schools6,079 Students9% Minority
- 64 Schools10,056 Students30% Minority
- 3 Schools106 Students49% Minority
- 6 Schools551 Students19% Minority
- 3 Schools283 Students6% Minority
- 55 Schools7,033 Students32% Minority
- 1 Schools137 Students- Minority
- 9 Schools493 Students8% Minority
- 2 Schools362 Students15% Minority
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