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If you are going through the difficult task of choosing a private school in Greater Boston, we’re here for you! We’ve put together a fantastic list of Greater Boston private schools and preschools that is sure to satisfy your needs.
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Make sure to read through the answers to the FAQs, answered by local Private School staff themselves, and scroll to the bottom for a full comprehensive resource.
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There is something truly magical about seeing a child excited about going to school and learning. With Delphi Academy of Boston, your kids loving school is no longer just a hope for the future but a sure reality of the present.
The way students are taught at Delphi Academy is what makes the school unique. In each classroom you can see the fostering of self-confidence and independence. Delphi Academy strives to ensure each child reaches their full potential.
Get more information on this unique approach, and contact Delphi Academy today!
The Pine Village Preschool mission is to educate and nurture each child’s individuality within a culturally diverse, bilingual community so that every child develops a true passion for learning and an ability to engage in any environment and community.
Founded in 2001, Pine Village Preschool offers Spanish immersion preschool for ages 15 months through pre-K, providing parents of toddlers and preschoolers a modern approach to child development. In the Pine Village Preschool program, the seeds of creativity, acceptance, and inclusion are planted and encouraged to grow.
Notre Dame Academy, a Catholic school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, educates and empowers young women in grades 7–12. Notre Dame Academy is an academically rigorous learning community that cultivates life-long learners, critical thinkers, and open-minded leaders committed to social justice.
JCDS cultivates curious, passionate learners with the capacity and confidence to change the world. You’ll find here: academic excellence and individual attention in math, science, humanities, art, music, and athletics. Through intentionally pluralistic Jewish living and study we nurture critical thinking, ethical hearts, and diverse, joyful community. JCDS graduates succeed in high school and beyond!
Why choose a private school?
- Low student-teacher ratios
- Academic excellence
- Freedom from state standards/school autonomy
- Opportunity to choose a school that aligns with your family’s beliefs, philosophy, and values
- Excellent teachers
Cost: What is the tuition range your family is comfortable with? Is financial aid going to be important to your family? If so, does the school you are interested in offer aid?
Correct fit: Does the mission of this school align with your family’s values?
Admissions criteria: Are you prepared to fulfill all the requirements for the application process?
Each private school in Greater Boston has its own process for determining financial aid packages. If you are interested in a private school but aren’t sure you can afford the cost, we encourage you to inquire with the school directly!
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