Special Report

Best Private High Schools in Every State

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21. Massachusetts
> High school: Phillips Academy, Andover
> Students: 1,150
> Average SAT score: 1450/1600
> Annual tuition: $41,900

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22. Michigan
> High school: Cranbrook Schools, Bloomfield Hills
> Students: 1,670
> Average SAT score: 1420/1600
> Annual tuition: $33,100

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23. Minnesota
> High school: The Blake School, Hopkins
> Students: 1,380
> Average SAT score: 1380/1600
> Annual tuition: $29,025

Source: St. Andrew's Episcopal School / Facebook

24. Mississippi
> High school: St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Ridgeland
> Students: 1,148
> Average SAT score: 1350/1600
> Annual tuition: $17,130

Source: John Burroughs School / Facebook

25. Missouri
> High school: John Burroughs School, St. Louis
> Students: 610
> Average SAT score: 1400/1600
> Annual tuition: $27,540

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