Private Schools

Private schools in the United States are funded by student tuition and are frequently supported by religious organizations or institutions. Costs of attending a private school in the United States vary greatly from free to tuition rates as high as $50,000. The majority of private schools accommodate all grade levels: kindergarten through twelfth grade. Not as tightly regulated as public schools, most private schools provide similar content and classes in an attempt to provide education equal to or better than public institutions.