Top Maryland All-Boys Private Elementary Schools

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For the 2021 school year, there are 21 top all-boys private elementary schools in Maryland, serving 7,021 students.

Top Maryland All-Boys Private Elementary Schools (2021)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Landon School
    Landon School Photo - We believe requiring a boy to engage in an array of experiences introduces him to passions and abilities he didn`t know he had, which is essential to his emotional, social, physical, and intellectual growth.
    All-boys
    6101 Wilson Lane
    Bethesda, MD 20817
    (301) 320-3200

    Grades: 3-12 | 670 students
  • The Avalon School
    The Avalon School Photo - Soccer at Avalon
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    11811 Claridge Rd.
    Silver Spring, MD 20902
    (301) 963-8022

    Grades: K-12 | 207 students
  • Baltimore Torah School
    All-boys (Jewish)
    2416 Taney Road
    Baltimore, MD 21209

    Grades: 8-12 | 26 students
  • 822 W Lake Ave
    Baltimore, MD 21210
    (410) 377-5192

    Grades: NS-12 | 613 students
  • Cedar Ridge School
    All-boys | Special Education School (Christian)
    12146 Cedar Ridge Rd
    Williamsport, MD 21795
    (301) 582-0282

    Grades: 2-12 | 34 students
  • Gilman School
    Gilman School Photo - Middle School teacher, Dave Anderson, in his art class.
    All-boys
    5407 Roland Avenue
    Baltimore, MD 21210
    (410) 323-3800

    Grades: PK-12 | 1,033 students
  • The Heights School
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    10400 Seven Locks Rd
    Potomac, MD 20854
    (301) 365-4300

    Grades: 3-12 | 536 students
  • Loyola Blakefield
    Loyola Blakefield Photo
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    500 Chestnut Avenue
    Towson, MD 21204
    (410) 823-0601

    Grades: 6-12 | 999 students
  • Mater Dei School
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    9600 Seven Locks Rd
    Bethesda, MD 20817
    (301) 365-2700

    Grades: 1-8 | 222 students
  • 9700 Old Harford Rd
    Parkville, MD 21234
    (410) 663-8500

    Grades: 8-12 | 19 students
  • New Visions Academy Of Baltimore
    All-boys | Special Education School
    7131 Rutherford Rd
    Windsor Mill, MD 21244
    (410) 298-2691

    Grades: 6-12 | 41 students
  • St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
    St. Ignatius Loyola Academy Photo - All students participate in community service throughout the year
    All-boys (Roman Catholic)
    300 E. Gittings St.
    Baltimore, MD 21230
    (410) 539-8268

    Grades: 5-8 | 114 students
  • 21328 Mount Aetna Rd
    Hagerstown, MD 21742
    (301) 824-7767

    Grades: 7-9 | 8 students
  • 4445 Old Court Rd
    Pikesville, MD 21208
    (410) 484-6600

    Grades: PK-12 | 958 students
  • Torah Institute
    All-boys (Jewish)
    35 Rosewood Ln
    Owings Mills, MD 21117
    (410) 654-3500

    Grades: PK-8 | 638 students
  • 35 Rosewood La.
    Owings Mills, MD 21117
    (410) 644-3454

    Grades: PK-8 | 528 students
  • Victor Cullen Academy
    All-boys | Special Education School
    6000 Cullen Drive
    Sabillasville, MD 21780
    (301) 241-4189

    Grades: 7-12 | 158 students
  • Woodbourne School
    All-boys | Alternative School
    1301 Woodbourne Ave
    Baltimore, MD 21239
    (410) 433-1000

    Grades: 6-12 | 56 students
  • 1216 Arcola Avenue
    Silver Spring, MD 20902
    (301) 649-7077

    Grades: 7-12 | 92 students
  • Yeshivas Lev Shlomo
    All-boys | Alternative School (Jewish)
    7201 Park Heights Avenue
    Pikesville, MD 21208
    (410) 764-6500

    Grades: PK-8 | n/a students
  • Yeshivas Toras Simcha
    All-boys (Jewish)
    7501 Park Heights Ave
    Pikesville, MD 21208
    (410) 484-0279

    Grades: PK-2 | 69 students
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