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These Westchester Private Schools Rank Among State's Most Expensive

The Maplebrook School in Amenia.
The Maplebrook School in Amenia. Photo Credit: File

The Hudson Valley is home to some of New York’s best - and most expensive - private schools in the country, according to a recently released report by the Private School Review.

According to the report, the average price of private school tuition statewide is approximately $16,335 per year, with the private elementary school average of $11,430 per year and the private high school average of $21,840 per year.

Hudson Valley private schools that are among the most expensive in New York include:

Westchester County

  • Hackley School in Tarrytown has an annual tuition of $46,000;
  • Soundview Preparatory School in Yorktown Heights has an annual tuition of $36,000;
  • Westchester Hebrew School, a Jewish high school, has an annual tuition of $30,500;
  • Karafin School in Mount Kisco has an annual tuition of $28,426.

Dutchess County

  • The Maplebrook School in Amenia, which has 100 students and a yearly tuition of $64,000, second only to THINK Global School in Manhattan, which has an annual tuition of $79,000.
  • The Kildonan School on Morse Hill Road in Amenia, which houses 91 students in grades 2 through 12 has an annual tuition of $63,000.
  • The all-boys Trinity-Pawling School on Route 22 in Pawling is also among the most expensive, with 286 middle and high school students paying an yearly tuition of $58,200.

Orange County

  • The Storm King School has 184 students ranging from grades 8 through 12 with a yearly tuition of $58,000.

The complete report from the Private School Review can be found here .

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