Mennonite Private Schools in North Carolina

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There are 5 mennonite private schools in North Carolina, serving 170 students.

Mennonite Private Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • BeulavilleCedar Fork Mennonite School
      (Mennonite)
    1362 Fountaintown Rd
    BeulavilleNC28518
    (910)298-5505
      (Mennonite)
    29 students | Gr. 1-10                      
  • PantegoHope Mennonite School
      (Mennonite)
    680 Mainstem Rd
    PantegoNC27860
    (252)935-5103
      (Mennonite)
    38 students | Gr. 1-10                      
  • Union MillsPine Ridge Mennonite School
      (Mennonite)
    5525 Hudlow Rd
    Union MillsNC28167
    (828)286-1272
      (Mennonite)
    20 students | Gr. 1-10                      
  • MargarettsvilleSevern Mennonite School
      (Mennonite)
    228 New Hope Ln
    MargarettsvilleNC27853
    (252)585-0291
      (Mennonite)
    38 students | Gr. 1-10                      
  • GriftonSwift Creek Mennonite School
      (Mennonite)
    1283 Honolulu Rd
    GriftonNC28530
    (252)524-0200
      (Mennonite)
    45 students | Gr. 1-8                      

State Statistics

About This State (NC) (NC) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 9,242,160 people 304,788,332 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 24% 25%
Median Household Income $41,544 $46,250
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