Ulster County Private School

Find Ulster County New York 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.

Center for Spectrum Services 70 Kukuk Lane Kingston NY 12401 845-336-2616

Childrens Home of Kingston 26 Grove Street Kingston NY 12401 845-331-1448

High Meadow School 3643 Main Street Stone Ridge NY 12484 845-687-4855

Hudson Valley Sudbury School 84 Zena Road Kingston NY 12401 845-679-1002

John A Coleman Catholic High 430 Hurley Avenue Hurley NY 12443 845-338-2750

Kingston Catholic School 159 Broadway Kingston NY 12401 845-331-9318

Mountain Laurel Waldorf School 16 South Chestnut Street New Paltz NY 12561 845-255-0033

St Athanasius School 830 Southern Boulevard Woodstock NY 10459 718-542-5161

St Mary Of The Snow School 25 Cedar Street Saugerties NY 12477 845-246-6381

St. Joseph School 235 Wall Street Kingston NY 12401 845-339-4390

United Cerebral Palsey Of Ulster County PO Box 1488 Kingston NY 12402 845-336-7235

Wawarsing Christian Academy PO Box 338 Wawarsing NY 12489 845-647-3810

Winter Bear Montessori School 109 Albany Avenue Kingston NY 12401 845-331-5477

Woodstock Day School 1430 Glasco Turnpike Saugerties NY 12477 845-246-3744

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.