Top-Rated Boarding Schools in Minnesota

Are you searching for the list of best boarding schools in Minnesota, USA? Do you want to select the best boarding school for your child? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve compiled a list of some of the best boarding schools in Minnesota.

Best boarding schools in Minnesota

In this post, readers will find the following details – list of top boarding schools in Minnesota, type of the school (public or private), location/city and additional information. After going through this post, readers will be able to find an ideal boarding school in Minnesota, USA.


Also check –

Top-Rated Boarding Schools in Michigan

Top-Rated Boarding Schools in Missouri

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Top-Rated Boarding Schools in Montana


Come, let us check out the list of boarding schools now. Here it is –


List of best boarding schools in Minnesota

Sr No Name of the boarding school Type of the school City/Location
1 Cotter Schools Private Winona, Minnesota
2 Cretin-Derham Hall Private St. Paul, Minnesota
3 Hillcrest Academy Private Fergus Falls, Minnesota
4 Maplewood Academy Private Hutchinson, Minnesota
5 Marshall School Private Duluth, Minnesota
6 Saint John’s Preparatory School Private Collegeville, Minnesota
7 Shattuck-St. Mary’s School Private Faribault, Minnesota
8 St. Croix Lutheran Academy Private West Saint Paul, Minnesota
9 The International School of Minnesota Private Eden Prairie, Minnesota
10 Perpich Center for Arts Education Public Golden Valley, Minnesota


Different types of boarding schools in Minnesota

Based on the ownership and administration of the school-management board/body, boarding schools in Minnesota can be classified into the following types – private boarding schools and public boarding schools. In this post, I’ve included both private and public boarding schools. The type of each school has been mentioned against its name.


Grades offered

The list consists of boarding schools that offer the following grades – elementary schools, middle schools and high schools. While securing admission, readers may contact the school and find out more about the grades offered by them.

Arun Kallarackal
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