Greater Houston’s St. John’s School near River Oaks is the area’s No. 1 private high school, according to a recent analysis from Niche.
The rating website based its determination on a number of data points, including the typical quality of colleges that graduates from any particular high school tend to be interested in attending; how racially and culturally diverse the student body is; and survey responses from local students and parents. St. John’s School scored well across the board, as did most in Greater Houston’s top 10 private high schools.
See our table below for the full list:
|School||City||College Scores||Culture & Diversity||Overall experience (out of a possible 5)**|
|St. John’s School||Houston||A+||B||4.1|
|The Kinkaid School||Houston||A+||B||4.3|
|The Emery/Weiner School||Houston||A+||B-||4.6|
|The Awty International School||Houston||A+||A||4.4|
|Strake Jesuit College Preparatory School||Houston||A+||B+||4.6|
|The John Cooper School||The Woodlands||A+||B+||3.6|
|St. Agnes Academy||Houston||A+||A||4.5|
|Episcopal High School||Bellaire||A+||B||4.5|
|Robert M. Beren Academy||Houston||A+||C+||4.7|
|**This rating comes from parent and student surveys|