National Catholic Education Association Private Schools in Georgia

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There are 4 private schools in Georgia belonging to the National Catholic Education Association, serving 1,772 students.
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National Catholic Education Association Private Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • AthensMonsignor Donovan Catholic High School
      (Roman Catholic)
    590 Lavender Road
    AthensGA30606
    (706)433-0223
      (Roman Catholic)
    125 students | Gr. 9-12                      
  • AtlantaSophia Academy
    Special Education School  (Christian)
    2880 Dresden Drive
    AtlantaGA30341
    (404)303-8722
    Special Education School  (Christian)
    135 students | Gr. NS-12                      
  • KennesawHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award St. Catherine of Siena Catholic School
      (Roman Catholic)
    1618 Ben King Road
    KennesawGA30144
    (770)419-8601
      (Roman Catholic)
    409 students | Gr. K-8                      
  • AtlantaSt. Pius X Catholic High School
      (Roman Catholic)
    2674 Johnson Road NE
    AtlantaGA30345
    (404)636-3023
      (Roman Catholic)
    1103 students | Gr. 9-12                      

State Statistics

About This State (GA) (GA) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 9,431,284 people 304,788,332 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 21% 25%
Median Household Income $40,271 $46,250
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