Middlesex County Private School

Find Middlesex County Massachusetts private schools, independent, parochial, religious and non-religious affiliated charter schools, boarding schools, christian schools, preparatory prep schools, and accredited private k-12, middle schools, and high schools. Private schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher student ratios.

Academy of Notre Dame High School 180 Middlesex Road Tyngsboro MA 01879 978-649-7272

Adventures In Learning 313 Cedar Street Ashland MA 01721 508-881-4314

Anova 645 Main Street Melrose MA 02176 781-665-2032

Apple Valley Montessori School 142 North Road Sudbury MA 01776 978-287-4000

Arlington Catholic High School 16 Medford Street Arlington MA 02474 781-646-7770

Arlington Childrens Center 17 Irving Street Arlington MA 02476 781-646-9307

Arlington School 115 Mill Street Belmont MA 02478 617-855-2124

Armenian Sisters Academy 20 Pelham Road Lexington MA 02421 781-861-8303

Austin Preparatory School 101 Willow Street Reading MA 01867 781-944-4900

Beacon High School 917 Belmont Street Watertown Town MA 02472 617-993-5100

Bedford Montessori School 153 Concord Road Bedford MA 01730 781-275-3344

Beginnings School 210 South Avenue Weston MA 02493 781-891-1011

Belmont Day School 55 Day School Lane Belmont MA 02478 617-484-3078

Belmont Hill School 350 Prospect Street Belmont MA 02478 617-484-4410

Billerica Knowledge Beginnings 262 Concord Road Billerica MA 01821 978-670-7707

Boston Archdiocesan Choir School 29 Mount Auburn Street Cambridge MA 02138 617-868-8658

Brandon School 27 Winter Street Natick MA 01760 508-655-6400

Brimmer & May School 69 Middlesex Road Newton MA 02467 617-278-2323

Buckingham Browne & Nichols School 80 Gerrys Landing Road Cambridge MA 02138 617-547-6100

Burlington Montessori School 6 Lexington St Burlington MA 01803 781-273-0432

What is a Private School?

A private school is an independent educational institution which does not receive funding from public sources or the government. Families who send their children to private schools including parochial, religious, or boarding schools must pay tuition. Some private schools offer scholarships for qualified students with financial needs.

Most private schools are Christian or Catholic schools, but they may also be non-religious charter schools, as well as preparatory (prep schools) schools, or private K-12, middle schools and high schools. These schools are not required to meet the accreditation standards of public schools and instead operate under various accreditation guidelines. Charter schools, in particular, are often focused on meeting the needs of a specific group of students, and their curricula may differ substantially from that of nearby public schools in the same local area.