Plymouth County Private School

Find Plymouth 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.

Bishop Ruocco House 22 Highland Road North Lakeville MA 02347 508-947-2823

Brockton Area Seventh-Day Adventist Academy PO Box 7544 Brockton MA 02303 508-585-9955

Calvary Chapel Academy PO Box 409 Rockland MA 02370 781-871-1043

Cardinal Cushing Centers 405 Washington Street Hanover MA 02339 781-829-1205

Cardinal Spellman High School 738 Court Street Brockton MA 02302 508-583-6875

Christian Childrens Center PO Box 25 Abington MA 02351 781-878-8332

Derby Academy 56 Burditt Avenue Hingham MA 02043 781-749-0746

Dovecrest Montessori Academy 460 Belmont Street Brockton MA 02301 508-427-5335

Fl Chamberlain School PO Box 778 Middleboro MA 02346 508-947-7825

Garden of Knowledge 40 State Road Plymouth MA 02360 508-830-6050

Good Shepherd Christian Academy 2 Tremont Street Duxbury MA 02332 781-934-6007

High Roads School of Ma 450 Pleasant Street East Bridgewater MA 02333 508-232-3005

Holy Family School 6 Delprete Avenue Rockland MA 02370 781-878-1154

Hope Christian School 503 South Avenue Whitman MA 02382 781-447-3668

Inly School 46 Watch Hill Drive Scituate MA 02066 781-545-5544

Joyful Learning Preschool/Southbrook Academy 792 Plymouth Street Bridgewater MA 02324 508-697-9131

Kalia Kids Learning Center 104 Industrial North Lakeville MA 02347 508-923-0015

Kindercare Learning Center 15 Richards Rd Plymouth MA 02360 508-746-0612

Lakeville Park KinderCare 4 Lakeville Business Park North Lakeville MA 02347 508-946-5466

Little Lambs Christian Learning Center 421 Torrey Street Brockton MA 02301 508-427-5549

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.