Best Sykesville Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 6 private schools serving 439 students in Sykesville, MD.
The average acceptance rate is 90%, which is higher than the Maryland private school average acceptance rate of 81%.
17% of private schools in Sykesville, MD are religiously affiliated (most commonly Episcopal).

Private Schools in Sykesville, MD (2021-22)

School
Location
Grades
Students
St. Stephens Classical Christian Academy
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.
(Episcopal)
(6)
2275 Liberty Rd
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 795-1249
Grades: PK-8
| 107 students
Ava Wanas Montessori School
Montessori School
7590 College Rd
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 970-6181
Grades: PK-K
| 62 students
Eldersburg KinderCare
Eldersburg KinderCare Photo - Eldersburg KinderCare
Daycare / Preschool
1641 Liberty Rd
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 781-4709
Grades: NS-PK
| n/a students
The Goddard School
The Goddard School Photo
Alternative School
6300 Goddard Park Drive
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 730-1500
Grades: PK-K
| 124 students
Goddard School Of Eldersburg, The
Daycare / Preschool
2028 Liberty Road
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 549-8822
Grades: PK-K
| 75 students
Legacy School
Legacy School Photo
Special Education School
115 Terrapin Drive
Sykesville, MD 21784
(410) 549-1717
Grades: 1-8
| 71 students

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