Best Maryland Religiously Affiliated Private Schools (2022-23)
For the 2022-23 school year, there are 431 religiously affiliated private schools serving 100,786 students in Maryland (54% of all schools).
The average tuition cost is $11,251, which is lower than the Maryland private school average tuition cost of $13,974.
Charles E Smith Jewish Day School Photo - CESJDS is a JK-12 pluralistic school that engages students in an exemplary and inspiring general and Jewish education.
Chapelgate Christian Academy Photo - Chapelgate Christian Academy is on 63 beautiful acres located in Western Howard County complete with baseball and softball fields, as well as a stadium for soccer/lacrosse. We strive to fulfill the mission of educating our students with excellence to the glory of God. Students are challenged with loving support to realize their potential, activate their gifts, and realize their dreams!
Rockbridge Academy Photo - A joyful, supportive, Christ-centered community where your child can flourish!
St. John Catholic School Photo - St. John Catholic School - Westminster. Carroll County's Premier Catholic School serving students from Pre-K through Grade 8.
St. Stephens Classical Christian Academy Photo - At SSCCA, students are actively involved in the learning process. The use of songs and recitation makes learning facts fun.
Riverdale Baptist School Photo - The entire student body together for a group photo during Spirit Week in 2012.
Arnold Christian Academy Photo - The world history students created cuneiform tablets while learning about the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia.
Top Ranked Maryland Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2022-23)
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