Top Washington Private Schools
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 794 top private schools in Washington, serving 108,249 students.
- The average private school tuition is $10,472 for elementary schools and $13,051 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 85% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 24% and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.
Annie Wright Schools Photo - Founded in 1884, Annie Wright Schools are nestled in the beautiful North End neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington. Our historic campus includes an indoor pool, two gyms, science and technology labs, art and music studios, theater, outdoor gardens, play areas, athletic fields and open spaces.
Forest Ridge School Of The Sacred Heart Photo - Middle school and high school athletic opportunities abound for anyone: we have a no-cut policy in athletics.
Eastside Catholic School Photo - The Eastside Catholic School campus is situated on 50 acres on Sammamish plateau and surrounded by protected wetlands and forest.
The Gardner School of Arts & Sciences Photo - The Gardner School campus sits on five beautiful acres of land in rural Clark County, easily accessible from I-5 and I-205. The grounds offer children the opportunity to explore, play, and learn in a safe, natural setting
Woodinville Montessori School - North Creek Campus Photo - We have graduated four senior classes from our Woodinville Montessori High School, and all grads were accepted at multiple colleges and universities they chose. All were also offered multiple merit scholarships.
Bellevue Christian School Photo - Bellevue Christian is a thriving independent school with three campuses in Medina, Clyde Hill and Woodinville. We have a 70-year history on Seattle's Eastside, helping prepare students to live faithfully for God. BCS is a unique place where students can find their identity in the Lord, discover their gifts, and learn how they can give themselves away for the Glory
Top Washington Private Schools by County (2020-21)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools10 Students50% Minority
- 3 Schools201 Students13% Minority
- 14 Schools1,847 Students25% Minority
- 7 Schools1,014 Students23% Minority
- 6 Schools460 Students10% Minority
- 38 Schools4,621 Students15% Minority
- 8 Schools846 Students13% Minority
- 1 Schools44 Students20% Minority
- 7 Schools529 Students47% Minority
- 8 Schools596 Students17% Minority
- 3 Schools186 Students35% Minority
- 9 Schools612 Students9% Minority
- 5 Schools242 Students10% Minority
- 329 Schools51,747 Students28% Minority
- 32 Schools2,401 Students15% Minority
- 3 Schools144 Students7% Minority
- 4 Schools117 Students8% Minority
- 3 Schools358 Students17% Minority
- 3 Schools109 Students7% Minority
- 4 Schools173 Students14% Minority
- 8 Schools555 Students37% Minority
- 1 Schools8 Students38% Minority
- 1 Schools21 Students20% Minority
- 61 Schools9,681 Students27% Minority
- 5 Schools279 Students13% Minority
- 13 Schools1,167 Students27% Minority
- 68 Schools7,112 Students28% Minority
- 61 Schools11,037 Students15% Minority
- 3 Schools116 Students14% Minority
- 26 Schools2,779 Students25% Minority
- 10 Schools2,329 Students16% Minority
- 22 Schools3,930 Students11% Minority
- 6 Schools251 Students14% Minority
- 21 Schools2,755 Students41% Minority
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