Top Vermont Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 25 top school membership associations in Vermont, serving 82 private schools (61% of all schools) and 9,299 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (22% of schools), State or regional independent school association (22% of schools) and Other school association(s) (20% of schools).
Vermont Academy Photo - Each trimester, student groups take part in VA's Global Programs. Including trips to Spain, Chile, Belize and now China.
Vermont Commons School Photo - Each year, 100% of our graduating class gains acceptance to college. The Class of 2012 received 1.2 million dollars in merit based aid towards to cost of their higher education.
Mater Christi School Photo - Mater Christi School is a private Catholic School sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. Visit and experience a tradition of excellence.
The Greenwood School Photo - Greenwood students don't build their futures on remediated weaknesses, but they do build lives and careers on their strengths and talents. Therefore, Greenwood boys have many opportunities to discover, develop and showcase their creative abilities. For instance, Greenwood offers metal works such as welding and blacksmithing, woodshop classes, and an advanced rock band.
Trinity Baptist School Photo - Trinity Baptist School -- Phone: (802) 879-9007 -- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org -- Website: www.tbsvt.org
Lyndon Institute Photo - Lyndon Institute is a comprehensive, independent high school providing thoughtful and rigorous preparation for students of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, USA and beyond to reach their intellectual, creative, and physical potential.
The Riverside School Photo - Our Head of School and math teacher, Dr. Laurie Boswell, considers angle measurements with a 7th grader.
Top Vermont Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools119 Students7.41% Minority
- 2 Schools225 Students9.47% Minority
- 3 Schools174 Students2.63% Minority
- 6 Schools432 Students11.91% Minority
- 2 Schools112 Students5.56% Minority
- 2 Schools412 Students3.16% Minority
- 1 Schools28 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools70 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools13 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools120 Students0.84% Minority
- 4 Schools302 Students4.35% Minority
- 2 Schools68 Students8.70% Minority
- 18 Schools3,652 Students11.21% Minority
- 2 Schools67 Students1.82% Minority
- 1 Schools20 Students15.00% Minority
- 2 Schools271 Students9.00% Minority
- 9 Schools960 Students7.01% Minority
- 16 Schools3,014 Students5.16% Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students10.00% Minority
- 3 Schools157 Students14.85% Minority
- 16 Schools1,386 Students10.53% Minority
- 4 Schools349 Students22.81% Minority
- 1 Schools11 Students- Minority
- 18 Schools1,481 Students13.08% Minority
- 5 Schools1,800 Students13.45% Minority
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