Best Minnesota Blue Ribbon Private High Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 3 blue ribbon private high schools serving 1,081 students in Minnesota.
The best top ranked blue ribbon private high schools in Minnesota include Trinity School at River Ridge and Academy Of Holy Angels.
The average acceptance rate is 97%, which is higher than the Minnesota private high school average acceptance rate of 85%.
100% of blue ribbon private high schools in Minnesota are religiously affiliated (most commonly Roman Catholic and Christian).
Blue Ribbon schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence. Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.

Top Ranked Minnesota Blue Ribbon Private High Schools (2021-22)

School
Location
Students
Year
Trinity School at River Ridge
Trinity School at River Ridge Photo
(Christian)
(14)
601 River Ridge Parkway
Saint Paul, MN 55121
(651) 789-2890
262 students
Year: 1994, 2008, 2019
Academy Of Holy Angels
Academy Of Holy Angels Photo
(Roman Catholic)
6600 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55423
(612) 798-2600
665 students
Year: 1998
Chesterton Academy
Chesterton Academy Photo - We are a joyfully Catholic, classical high school founded through a grass-roots movement of parents in 2008. At Chesterton Academy, our students experience the joy of Christ; they grow in character; they deepen their faith; they learn leadership; and our integrated classical curriculum prepares them for college and for life.
(Roman Catholic)
(1)
1320 Mainstreet
Hopkins, MN 55343
(952) 378-1779
154 students
Year: 2012, 2014

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