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Private Schools

Rochester Business Journal
March 8, 2013

Information was provided by individual private schools in Monroe County that responded to an email survey; ranked by total enrollment.

1  McQuaid Jesuit High School
2  The Aquinas Institute
3  Our Lady of Mercy High School for Young Women
4  The Harley School
5  Seton Catholic School
6  Bishop Kearney High School
7  Allendale Columbia School
8  St. Joseph School
9  St. Rita School
10  St. Louis School
11  Siena Catholic Academy
12  Holy Cross School
13  St. Pius Tenth School
14  The Charles Finney School
15  St. Lawrence School
16  Greece Christian School
17  Trinity Montessori School
18  Nazareth Elementary School
19  St. John Neumann School
20  Hope Hall School
21  St. Paul Lutheran School
22  Norman Howard School
23  Rochester Christian School
24  Rochester School for the Deaf
25  Webster Montessori School

Data from The Lists is available for purchase as an Excel download at the RBJ List Center. A PDF reprint of The Lists can be purchased by contacting our Circulation Department at 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


 


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