Top Rhode Island Private Schools
- For the 2018-19 school year, there are 192 top private schools in Rhode Island, serving 25,151 students.
- The average private school tuition is $10,417 for elementary schools and $26,681 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 75% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 21% and the student:teacher ratio is 10:1.
Rocky Hill School Photo - Middle School students take part in Enviroweek the first week of each school year which includes an Eighth Grade camping trip to Mt. Monadnock. The lessons learned and relationships built during this time lay the foundation for a great year.
The Village Lower School Photo - The whole school meets each morning for announcements and to pledge the flag.
Mercymount Country Day School Photo - Mercymount Country Day School, located in Cumberland, Rhode Island serves famlies from 25 surrounding towns in RI & MA.
Bishop Hendricken High School Photo - Hendricken features a 12:1 student-faculty ratio, and an average class size of 22 students. 72% of Hendricken teachers and staff hold a Master's degree.
The Prout School Photo - Prout's up-to-date science and math laboratories are impressive and provide a great environment for learning.
St Pius V School Photo - Saint Pius V School was founded in 1929 in the Dominican Tradition. Four Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia still administer and teach in the school. The Dominican friars of the Province of Saint Joseph serve Saint Pius V Parish.
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