Cecil County Private School

Find Cecil County Maryland 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.

Elijah School 245 Old Zion Road North East MD 21901 410-658-2244

Good Shepherd Catholic School 800 Aiken Avenue Perryville MD 21903 410-642-6265

High Road School Of Cecil County - Elkton 3035 Singerly Road Elkton MD 21921 410-398-6900

Immaculate Conception Elementary School 452 Bow Street Elkton MD 21921 410-398-2636

Lighthouse Christian Academy 7 Pleasant View Church Road Port Deposit MD 21904 410-378-3279

Maranatha Baptist Church Academy PO Box 246 Elkton MD 21922 410-398-3764

Mount Aviat Academy PO Box 85 Childs MD 21916 410-398-2206

Shorehaven School 1040 Singerly Road Elkton MD 21921 410-398-1800

Susquehanna Seventh Day Adventist School 36 Blythedale Road Perryville MD 21903 410-378-4343

The Tome School 581 South Maryland Avenue North East MD 21901 410-287-2050

Tri-State Christian Academy 146 Appleton Road Elkton MD 21921 410-398-6444

West Nottingham Academy 1079 Firetower Road Colora MD 21917 410-658-5556

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.