Best Vermilion County Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 6 private schools serving 549 students in Vermilion County, IL.
The best top ranked private schools in Vermilion County, IL include Trinity Lutheran School and Notre Dame De La Salette Boys Academy.
The average acceptance rate is 70%, which is lower than the Illinois private school average acceptance rate of 91%.
100% of private schools in Vermilion County, IL are religiously affiliated (most commonly Roman Catholic and Lutheran Church Missouri Synod).

Top Ranked Vermilion County Private Schools (2021-22)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Notre Dame De La Salette Boys Academy
All-boys (Roman Catholic)
(1)
5065 Olivet Road
Georgetown, IL 61846
(217) 662-2127
Grades: 8-12
| 65 students
Trinity Lutheran School
Trinity Lutheran School Photo - Enjoying BreakOut Box time with grandparent.
(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
824 East Main Street
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 442-4311
Grades: K-8
| n/a students
Danville Christian Academy
(Assembly of God)
428 N Walnut St
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 442-1579
Grades: PK-12
| 45 students
First Baptist Christian School
(Baptist)
1211 N Vermilion St
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 442-2434
Grades: PK-12
| 161 students
St. Mary's School
(Roman Catholic)
225 N State St
Westville, IL 61883
(217) 267-7730
Grades: NS-9
| 98 students
Schlarman High School
(Roman Catholic)
2112 N Vermilion St
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 442-2725
Grades: 9-12
| 180 students

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