Best West Virginia Alternative Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 5 alternative private schools serving 264 students in West Virginia.
The best top ranked alternative private school in West Virginia include Greenbrier Academy.
The average acceptance rate is 65%, which is lower than the West Virginia private school average acceptance rate of 88%.
80% of alternative private schools in West Virginia are religiously affiliated (most commonly Christian and Baptist).

Top Ranked West Virginia Alternative Private Schools (2021-22)

Greenbrier Academy
Greenbrier Academy Photo - Greenbrier students are students of the world. International and local service trips include past destinations like Ghana, Africa, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico!
All-girls | Alternative School
158 Academy Drive
Pence Springs, WV 24962
(877) 788-8422
Grades: 9-12
| 40 students
Bible Baptist Christian School
Alternative School (Baptist)
7020 Sissonville Dr
Charleston, WV 25320
(304) 881-1575
Grades: 12
| 2 students
Chestnut Mountain Ranch
All-boys | Alternative School (Christian)
244 Ponderosa Ponds Rd
Morgantown, WV 26508
(304) 241-1709
Grades: 7-11
| 10 students
Lighthouse Christian Academy
Alternative School (Baptist)
2440 Us Route 60
Hurricane, WV 25526
(304) 562-3900
Grades: K-7
| 99 students
Small World
Alternative School (Christian)
400 Dunn Dr
Fort Ashby, WV 26719
(304) 298-3736
Grades: PK-6
| 113 students

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