New York Private Schools
- There are 2,009 private schools in New York, serving 469,268 students.
- The average private school tuition is $10,759 for elementary schools and $21,617 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 79% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 30% and the student:teacher ratio is 11:1.
At Professional Children's School, you don't have to choose between a great education and your dreams.
Math at Lang is taught by two master's level math specialists. Whether your child loves math or fears it, our math team will help them find an anchor in math learning that works for them, from K on up. We combine Singapore Math with Math Circle, moving from the tactile, to the pictorial, to the abstract.
The Chapel School Select Choir has been invited back to sing the National Anthem at a NY Mets game for the past 10 straight years!
SYP is committed to providing solutions for the scholastic challenges facing students whose lifestyles or careers are incompatible with the traditional classroom construct.
Transfiguration church and school families and friends parades and celebrates Lunar New Year through the streets of Chinatown, NYC!
Garden School is a co-ed, nursery to grade 12, fully-accredited, independent college prep school in Jackson Heights, Queens.
The Stony Brook School, founded in 1922, is an independent college preparatory school (grades 7-12) that exists to challenge young men and women to know Jesus Christ as Lord, to love others as themselves, and to grow in knowledge and skill, in order that they may serve the world through their character and leadership. 'Character Before Career'
Green Meadow is one of the oldest and largest Waldorf schools in North America, offering programs from Parent & Child Classes through Grade 12.
New York Private Schools by County
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 32 Schools4,869 Students21% Minority
- 5 Schools359 Students7% Minority
- 99 Schools34,643 Students65% Minority
- 12 Schools1,870 Students12% Minority
- 6 Schools486 Students14% Minority
- 9 Schools579 Students13% Minority
- 10 Schools628 Students19% Minority
- 8 Schools1,236 Students10% Minority
- 3 Schools238 Students17% Minority
- 7 Schools737 Students27% Minority
- 3 Schools420 Students20% Minority
- 6 Schools441 Students10% Minority
- 3 Schools129 Students69% Minority
- 43 Schools6,092 Students22% Minority
- 100 Schools22,068 Students20% Minority
- 8 Schools667 Students9% Minority
- 5 Schools394 Students5% Minority
- 6 Schools602 Students7% Minority
- 2 Schools77 Students16% Minority
- 2 Schools150 Students3% Minority
- 7 Schools1,606 Students15% Minority
- 376 Schools104,319 Students24% Minority
- 3 Schools139 Students1% Minority
- 3 Schools354 Students7% Minority
- 3 Schools333 Students12% Minority
- 73 Schools11,784 Students27% Minority
- 4 Schools288 Students15% Minority
- 145 Schools40,312 Students22% Minority
- 199 Schools56,556 Students34% Minority
- 17 Schools2,240 Students11% Minority
- 10 Schools1,421 Students20% Minority
- 38 Schools6,323 Students21% Minority
- 8 Schools496 Students11% Minority
- 39 Schools16,604 Students9% Minority
- 2 Schools27 Students18% Minority
- 4 Schools347 Students4% Minority
- 6 Schools298 Students19% Minority
- 11 Schools1,141 Students10% Minority
- 212 Schools49,229 Students52% Minority
- 17 Schools3,391 Students15% Minority
- 52 Schools15,050 Students20% Minority
- 69 Schools18,480 Students10% Minority
- 9 Schools810 Students12% Minority
- 17 Schools1,929 Students17% Minority
- 15 Schools2,414 Students27% Minority
- 1 Schools10 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools286 Students39% Minority
- 7 Schools607 Students9% Minority
- 99 Schools21,309 Students21% Minority
- 7 Schools810 Students13% Minority
- 3 Schools138 Students4% Minority
- 8 Schools595 Students24% Minority
- 14 Schools1,599 Students16% Minority
- 3 Schools534 Students6% Minority
- 4 Schools78 Students4% Minority
- 5 Schools182 Students3% Minority
- 124 Schools29,731 Students35% Minority
- 4 Schools144 Students2% Minority
- 17 Schools578 Students9% Minority
September 05, 2017
If you live outside the United States, choosing an American private school can be a confusing process. Here is an overview of the process.
September 05, 2017
Never lose sight of why you are planning to send your child to private school. This list of ten considerations will help you focus on the things which matter.
September 04, 2017
Use this hub to keep track of the steps in the private schools' admission process.