Private Schools in the Hudson Valley
The private schools in the Hudson Valley cater to every educational need and parent philosophy. This is KidsOutAndAbout's list.
View our Special Edition Hudson Valley Private School Newsletter sent in November 2022.
If there is a private school that we have missed in our list below, please email us to let us know, and we'll add it promptly. Thank you!
The Birch School
The Birch School is a micro-school, serving students in grades 2-12. We are a lively mixed-age learning community. Our focus is a holistic approach to learning, supporting child-led exploration, interests and activities. We help students become self-directed learners and offer the resources to support and guide them. The core of the program is our individualized curriculum which combines curated learning tools and authentic participation in community life. We are currently offering full or part time and in-person, virtual, or hybrid educational plans for elementary, middle and high school students. We offer elective classes and support for homeschool families. We now offer a part-time Forest School for Elementary-aged students.
Academy of Thought and Industry Virtual SchoolDiscover your individual path to excellence
Welcome to the future of middle and high school education! We are a Montessori-inspired online private middle and high school. Study anytime, from anywhere!
ATI Virtual School's middle and high school program is unique: a deliberately planned and charted curriculum of foundational skills that open a greater and greater number of possible paths. Our students don’t just memorize—they understand, apply, and integrate knowledge to pursue their own passions! We deliver a powerful education for independence to develop curious, self-motivated adolescents who thrive in school and in life. Contact us at (714) 709-8598 to learn more or book a tour. Click here to learn what types of students best thrive in an online environment.
High Meadow School
High Meadow School is grounded in the progressive education movement of the late 19th century, which emphasizes educating the whole child – their physical, emotional, and intellectual selves. As a laboratory for collaborative, inquiry-based learning, we believe in the power of relationships. Together, we practice the skills of participation in a democratic community, including listening, self-expression, problem solving, and community care. With an emphasis on nature and the arts, our seven-acre campus includes three school buildings, a performing arts and athletic center, a music building, gazebo, three playgrounds, and a nature trail.