For the 2023-24 school year, there are 368 religiously affiliated private schools serving 75,353 students in Washington (49% of all schools).
The average tuition cost is $8,756, which is lower than the Washington private school average tuition cost of $13,046.
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.
Renton Prep Christian: Microsoft's First US K-12 Flagship School Participant Photo - All students use Microsoft Surfaces as their primary digital tool for research and classwork.
Eastside Christian School Photo - Offering Academic Excellence with a Commitment to Christ at our award-winning school in Bellevue, for preschool through 8th grade students.
St. Paul Early Learning Center Photo - St. Paul School is Seattle's newest Catholic blended-learning school with the support from the University of Notre Dame's Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE). Our global community serves families from Seattle to Auburn.
Top Ranked Washington Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2023-24)
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