Top Massachusetts Blue Ribbon Private Schools

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For the 2021 school year, there are 8 top blue ribbon private schools in Massachusetts, serving 2,419 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence.

Top Massachusetts Blue Ribbon Private Schools (2021)

  • School Location Students Year
  • 416 Pond Street
    Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
    (617) 522-2261

    454 students
    Year: n/a
  • 564 Blue Hill Avenue
    Milton, MA 02186
    (617) 333-9610

    134 students
    Year: n/a
  • 69 Grove St
    Watertown, MA 02472
    (617) 923-4156

    124 students
    Year: n/a
  • Bishop Stang High School
    Bishop Stang High School Photo - The 2016-17 Basketball Season was one of the most exciting in school history. Our entire school community enjoyed the amazing run of the Varsity Boys Basketball Team as they captured the State Championship Title.
    (Roman Catholic)
    500 Slocum Road
    North Dartmouth, MA 02747
    (508) 996-5602

    531 students
    Year: 1996
  • Mount Alvernia Academy
    Mount Alvernia Academy Photo
    (Roman Catholic)
    20 Manet Road
    Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
    (617) 527-7540

    327 students
    Year: 2015
  • 725 Main St,
    Lancaster, MA 01523
    (978) 365-2555

    39 students
    Year: n/a
  • 266 Main St
    Northborough, MA 01532
    (508) 351-9905

    451 students
    Year: 2014
  • 68 Dracut St
    Lowell, MA 01854
    (978) 453-4114

    359 students
    Year: 2010
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