We have over 95 of the Best Private Schools near by
Looking for the best Private Schools near by around Plano, McKinney, Allen, Frisco and North Dallas?
Do you have school-aged kids and are looking for the right option for their school? Plano and the surrounding areas have so many top-notch Private Schools.
There is no “one best” Private School in Plano — or anywhere for that matter. Not every school is right for every child.
That is why it is important for parents to look around to find what works for your child — and what works for your family.
This guide covers Private Schools in Dallas, Frisco, McKinney, Private Schools in Plano and surrounding cities.
We have made a one-stop guide for parents in and around the Plano area to evaluate the vast selection of private schools this area offers and see which are the best private schools in Dallas. If you’re looking for private schools for elementary age kids there are some great options for elementary private schools near by.
With proximity of under a 20-mile radius to Plano, all of these schools listed should be easily commutable.
Whether you are looking for information about enrollment, Religious Affiliation, Alternative Learning environments and much more, this list will point you in the right direction. There is no “One size fits all” when it comes to education. So we took the time to detail out specific attributes that are offered by school.
We know deciding whether to send your child to private or public school is a big decision, both socially, financially and emotionally.
We hope this guide will help the tiniest bit in making the correct decision for your child and family.
Should my Private School have a Religious Affiliation?
Do you want a Faith Based Private school? If so, do you want a specific religious influence, such as Lutheran or Jewish? If you want Christian private schools near by, there are also many denominational and non-denominational options.
What type of Learning Environment do I want?
Education is one size fits all.
It is important to determine which type of learning environment your child will be most successful and comfortable. Are you looking for a special type of curriculum and format like Montessori, IB, dedicated gifted? Or are you interested in an alternative learning environment like half days or even one on one learning?
What does the Application Process look like for Private Schools?
For most families, this is a very important piece of the decision-making process. Once you have made a list of schools you are most interested in, make sure you read through their admissions pages thoroughly.
How much are Private Schools? What are their tuition fees? Are Financial Aid or Scholarships available?
Take note of extra fees, such as supplies, and application fees. Also, look at how the tuition may increase as your child grows into higher grade levels.
You do not want to be surprised that you are paying more once your child gets into Middle school or High School.
Private schools with uniforms are very common here in Dallas, so don’t forget to factor in the cost of providing uniforms for your private school student.
What are the Enrollment numbers?
Another factor to consider is the number of children enrolled in school. Some private schools are very small with less than 50 kids total enrolled.
Many have over 1000 children enrolled but you will also want to consider grades offered when looking at these numbers.
There are some schools that offer grades 9-12 with over 1,000 children enrolled, while others are grades K-12 with only 50 enrolled. You will know whether your child will do better in a smaller school.
The St. Anthony School is an accredited private school in North Dallas, Texas, that specializes in a therapeutic and comprehensive teaching approach for students with academic, social, emotional and behavioral differences.
Pebblecreek Montessori provides authentic Montessori education to children from infant through elementary, facilitated by professionally trained guides certified by Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) through training centers around the globe.
All Saints Catholic School is a PK-8th grade school in the Diocese of Dallas. Located on 15 acres in North Dallas, we serve 300 students with an outstanding faculty, rigorous curriculum, and extra-curricular offerings rooted in our Catholic faith.
Ann & Nate Levine Academy is an exceptional, dynamic, and progressive academic learning environment. Levine is an inclusive, dynamic community comprising the full spectrum of Jewish affiliations, the unaffiliated, many nationalities, and a diversity of socio-economic backgrounds.
Most people know at least one student whose unique needs are not being met by the traditional education system. Bridge Builder Academy customizes all aspects of a student’s education to ensure that they are able to reach their full potential.
Dallas Lutheran School is a 7-12th grade school that will help develop your child’s ability to think critically, live biblically, work collaboratively, lead righteously, communicate effectively, act responsibly, and become a lifelong learner.
Greenhill students learn to ask questions, voice opinions, and explore interests. They cultivate personal strengths, pursue what interests them, and prepare for whatever their futures may hold. Above all, they become people who choose to learn. Greenhill: a school for the inspired.
Educating Dallas-area children since 1914, Holy Trinity Catholic School provides a Catholic education for children from Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. We successfully prepare students for future academic achievement at the most prominent area high schools.
Christ-Centered, Classical (1st-8th), Montessori (3K-5K), and authentically Catholic. Mount St. Michael Catholic School collaborates with parents as primary educators to provide, through example and instruction, a Catholic community in which students experience the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Oak Crest Private School is a co-educational private school, founded in 1999 and located in Carrollton, Texas. We feel that it is vital that the children have a solid grounding in the basics from which they can expand into any field they may choose.