Yesterday, I gave you information on how the St. Louis area’s private high schools compare on the ACT and SAT test scores. As a follow up, take a look below to see the hardest private schools to get accepted into in St. Louis based on St. Louis Magazine’s survey.
The chart below lists the top 16 most competitive schools based on the percentage of applicants that were accepted for the 2007-2008 school year. (NOTE: Some of the surveyed schools choose to not disclose their acceptance rate, and as a result are not included in the rankings.)
|City Academy||36%||4 yrs – 6|
|The College School||48%||3 yrs – 8|
|Mary Institute & Country Day (MICDS)||52%||JK-12|
|The St. Michael School||67%||3 yrs – 6|
|St. Louis Christian Academy||70%||PK – 12|
|New City School||70%||3 yrs – 6|
|Villa Di Maria Montessori||80%||3 yrs – 6|
|Visitation Academy||82%||2 yrs – 12|
|St. Jospeh’s Academy||83%||9-12|
|Nerinx Hall High School||85%||9-12|
|Lutheran High School North||85%||9-12|
And since I am writing about St. Louis, I can’t close a series on schools without asking the classic question – “Which high school did you go to?”
Leave me a comment below…I REALLY would like to know which schools you went to, and what you thought of them.