Top New Jersey Private Schools

For the 2021 school year, there are 1,448 top private schools in New Jersey, serving 219,239 students.
The average private school tuition is $9,645 for elementary schools and $18,831 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
The average acceptance rate is 79% (view national acceptance rates).
Minority enrollment is 29% and the student:teacher ratio is 11:1.
45% of schools are religiously affiliated (most commonly Roman Catholic and Jewish).

Top New Jersey Private Schools by County (2021)

  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 26 Schools
    4,345 Students
    22% Minority
  • 182 Schools
    30,496 Students
    28% Minority
  • 68 Schools
    7,269 Students
    28% Minority
  • 84 Schools
    12,894 Students
    33% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    1,010 Students
    12% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    1,324 Students
    33% Minority
  • 111 Schools
    18,325 Students
    55% Minority
  • 35 Schools
    3,972 Students
    18% Minority
  • 61 Schools
    11,426 Students
    63% Minority
  • 24 Schools
    1,392 Students
    13% Minority
  • 72 Schools
    11,120 Students
    30% Minority
  • 125 Schools
    16,946 Students
    45% Minority
  • 137 Schools
    20,218 Students
    17% Minority
  • 111 Schools
    12,065 Students
    22% Minority
  • 119 Schools
    27,847 Students
    2% Minority
  • 73 Schools
    12,312 Students
    48% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    223 Students
    19% Minority
  • 80 Schools
    10,602 Students
    27% Minority
  • 22 Schools
    2,802 Students
    9% Minority
  • 97 Schools
    14,024 Students
    49% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    756 Students
    27% Minority
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