A guide to private schools in Richardson

St. Joseph Catholic School is one of several private school options in Richardson. (Courtesy St. Joseph Catholic School)
St. Joseph Catholic School is one of several private school options in Richardson. (Courtesy St. Joseph Catholic School)

St. Joseph Catholic School is one of several private school options in Richardson. (Courtesy St. Joseph Catholic School)

Private schools around Richardson offer a variety of specialized instruction, from religious-based to Montessori. This guide features schools with grade levels ranging from pre-K through 12th grade.

Breckinridge Montessori School

3900 Breckinridge Blvd.

972-664-1177

www.breckinridgemontessori.com


Categories: Montessori

Grades served: pre-K-5

Enrollment: 200

Tuition: not available

Bridge Builder Academy

1221 W. Campbell Road

972-516-8844

www.bridgebuilderacademy.com

Categories: Learning differences, traditional

Grades served: K-12

Enrollment: 32

Tuition: $12,500-$35,000 per year

Dallas International School

17811 Waterview Parkway

469-250-0001

www.dallasinternationalschool.org

Categories: International

Grades served: 5-12

Enrollment: 268

Tuition: $20,050-$24,450 per year

Dallas Learning Center

1021 Newberry Drive

972-231-3723

www.dallaslearningcenter.com

Categories: Learning differences, traditional

Grades served: 6-12

Enrollment: 50

Tuition: $4,000 per semester (middle school), $6,500 per semester (high school)

IANT Quranic Academy

840 Abrams Road

972-231-8451

www.myiqa.org

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: K-12

Enrollment: 194

Tuition: $6,500 per year

North Dallas Adventist Academy

2800 Custer Parkway

972-234-6322

www.ndaacademy.org

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: pre-K-12

Enrollment: 270

Tuition: $7,850-$9,950 per year

Qalam Collegiate Academy

1111 Digital Drive, Ste. 101

972-437-2526

www.myqca.org

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: 6-12

Enrollment: 51

Tuition: $6,000 per year

Saint Paul Catholic Classical School

720 S. Floyd Road

972-235-3263

www.spsdfw.org

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: pre-K-8

Enrollment: 175

Tuition: $7,964 per year (parishioner), $9,151 per year (nonparishioner)

Salam Academy

735 N. Plano Road, Ste. 100

972-704-4373

www.salamfoundation.us/academy

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: pre-K-12

Enrollment: 200

Tuition: $350 per month

St. Joseph Catholic School

600 S. Jupiter Road

972-234-4679

www.stjosephccschool.net

Categories: Religious-based, traditional

Grades served: K-8

Enrollment: 251

Tuition: $7,600 per year (Catholic), $8,600 per year (non-Catholic)
By Olivia Lueckemeyer
Olivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016 as reporter for the Southwest Austin edition before her promotion to editor in March 2017. In July 2018 she returned home to the Dallas area and became editor of the Richardson edition.


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