Special Report

Most Expensive Private High Schools in America

Source: Courtesy of Léman Manhattan Preparatory School via Facebook

50. Léman Manhattan Preparatory School
> Yearly tuition: $50,850
> Enrollment: 880
> Student teacher ratio: 9:1
> Location: New York, New York

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49. The Hewitt School
> Yearly tuition: $50,900
> Enrollment: 525
> Student teacher ratio: 7:1
> Location: New York, New York

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48. Middlesex School
> Yearly tuition: $51,212
> Enrollment: 409
> Student teacher ratio: 4:1
> Location: Concord, Massachusetts

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47. The Rivers School
> Yearly tuition: $51,400
> Enrollment: 504
> Student teacher ratio: 5:1
> Location: Weston, Massachusetts

Source: Courtesy of The Lawrenceville School via Facebook

46. The Lawrenceville School
> Yearly tuition: $51,440
> Enrollment: 822
> Student teacher ratio: 7:1
> Location: Lawrenceville, New Jersey

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