Private Schools in the US Industry Report




About the Industry

The Private Schools industry comprises primary (grades K-6) and secondary (grades 7-12) educational institutions that are predominantly funded through tuition fees and other private sources. While these schools may receive indirect government funding through special programs, such sources of income constitute a small portion of industry revenue. Government-funded schools are included in the Public Schools industry (IBISWorld report 61111a).

The primary activities of this industry are:

Teaching basic literacy and numeracy
Establishing foundations in science, mathematics, geography, history and other social sciences
Meeting regulatory accreditation standards
Administering private funding efforts
Providing access to extracurricular activities

Table of Contents

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Impact Update 3
About This Industry 5
Industry Definition 5
Major Players 5
Main Activities 5
Supply Chain 6
Industry at a Glance 7
Executive Summary 9
Industry Performance 10
Key External Drivers 10
Current Performance 11
Industry Outlook 14
Outlook 14
Industry Life Cycle 16
Products & Markets 17
Supply Chain 17
Products & Services 17
Major Markets 18
Business Locations 19
Competitive Landscape 21
Market Share Concentration 21
Key Success Factors 21
Cost Structure Benchmarks 21
Basis of Competition 24
Barriers to Entry 25
Industry Globalization 26
Major Companies 27
Other Companies 27
Operating Conditions 29
Capital Intensity 29
Technology & Systems 29
Revenue Volatility 31
Regulation & Policy 31
Industry Assistance 33
Key Statistics 34
Industry Data 34
Annual Change 34
Key Ratios 34
Industry Financial Ratios 35
Additional Resources 36
Additional Resources 36
Industry Jargon 36
Glossary 36