Top Vermont Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 25 top school membership associations in Vermont, serving 81 private schools (60% of all schools) and 8,749 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).
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 Putney School Photo - The Putney School is located on a working dairy farm. We value the dignity and relevance of physical work, which shows through our Work Program. Students carry out daily chores, collaborate in teams, learn skills, and sometimes lead crews in various areas: barn, kitchen, land-use, dining & maintenance.
The Riverside School Photo - Our K-1st grade class worked together to carve pumpkins in October and did counting and baking activities with the seeds.
Mountain School At Winhall Photo - One of the sports we really like to play at The Mountain School at Winhall is soccer. We also do rockcliming and fly fishing.
Thaddeus Stevens School Photo - Grades three and four test velocity using the snow, the hill, and their sleds.
Rock Point School Photo - Rock Point was selected as the most beautiful school in Vermont by Business Insider in 2018.
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.
Maple Street School Photo - We are committed to excellence: in language arts, in mathematics; physical, life and environmental sciences; geography and history; the arts, music, drama, foreign language, computer literacy, and physical education. We believe an enriched curriculum promotes a full awareness of the world, and respect for cultural differences. We are committed to developing environmental awareness and an appreciation of the natural world in order that our students become informed, responsible stewards of the land. The visual and performing arts are vital for we believe that creativity in art, music, movement, and drama enhances the child’s capacity to attain and synthesize all knowledge and concepts. The physical education program promotes skill growth, a sense of teamwork, fair play, and a lifelong healthy body awareness.
Top Vermont Private Schools by Membership Association (2019-20)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools119 Students7.41% Minority
- 2 Schools225 Students9.47% Minority
- 3 Schools174 Students2.63% Minority
- 6 Schools431 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
- 15 Schools2,465 Students4.83% 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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