Special Report

Best Private High Schools in Every State

Source: Courtesy of The Potomac School

> High school: The Potomac School
> Location: McLean
> Students: 1,060
> Average SAT score: 1380
> Annual tuition: $38,550

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Source: Courtesy of Lakeside School

> High school: Lakeside School
> Location: Seattle
> Students: 838
> Average SAT score: 1440
> Annual tuition: $32,000

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Source: Courtesy of The Linsly School

West Virginia
> High school: The Linsly School
> Location: Wheeling
> Students: 465
> Average SAT score: 1230
> Annual tuition: $19,400

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Source: University School of Milwaukee / Facebook

> High school: University School of Milwaukee
> Location: Milwaukee
> Students: 1,113
> Average SAT score: 1340
> Annual tuition: $27,922

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Source: Courtesy of Jackson Hole Community School via Facebook

> High school: Jackson Hole Community School
> Location: Jackson
> Students: 84
> Average SAT score: 1330
> Annual tuition: $25,100

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