Lagrange Private Schools

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(19)
 
High Schools
(1)
Elementary Schools
(19)
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(6)
There are 19 private schools in Lagrange, IN, serving 768 students.
Minority enrollment is 1% of the student body, which is less than the IN state average of 16%.
100% of Lagrange private schools are religiously affiliated (most commonly Amish and Mennonite).
The student:teacher ratio of 15:1 is higher than the state private school average of 13:1.

Lagrange, Indiana Private Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • LagrangeBloomfield Hills School
    (Amish)
    3765 E 225 N
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-5080
    (Amish)
    38 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeCable Line School
    (Amish)
    4520 W 100 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-2401
    (Amish)
    36 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeClearspring School
    (Amish)
    4200 S 300 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)593-2077
    (Amish)
    50 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeCountryside School
    (Amish)
    430 W 200 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)593-2077
    (Amish)
    32 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeCreekside Amish School
    (Amish)
    1280 E 250 N
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-8116
    (Amish)
    38 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeEast Yoder School
    (Amish)
    620 S 700 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-9104
    (Amish)
    55 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeGolden Rule School
    (Amish)
    2315 N 400 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-9104
    (Amish)
    53 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeHawpatch School
    (Amish)
    4040 S 150 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-9104
    (Amish)
    28 students | Gr. 2-9                      
  • LagrangeHebron Christian Day School
    (Mennonite)
    3705 W Us Highway 20
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-4450
    (Mennonite)
    49 students | Gr. 1-11                      
  • LagrangeLittle Acorn School
    (Amish)
    1030 N 500 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)768-7030
    (Amish)
    41 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeMaple Grove School
    (Amish)
    2535 W 100 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)499-4811
    (Amish)
    55 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeMeadow Lane School
    (Amish)
    2450 S 300 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)499-4811
    (Amish)
    28 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeMeadowbrook School
    (Amish)
    2960 E 200 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-8202
    (Amish)
    33 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeNature Valley School
    (Amish)
    1115 S 400 E
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-8202
    (Amish)
    33 students | Gr. 2-9                      
  • LagrangeNew Valentine Amish School
    (Amish)
    1130 E 300 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-8202
    (Amish)
    40 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeOak Hill School
    (Amish)
    3455 E 300 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-8202
    (Amish)
    50 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangePleasant Acres School
    (Amish)
    2605 W 100 N
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-4257
    (Amish)
    28 students | Gr. 1-8                      
  • LagrangeSoutheast Clay School
    (Amish)
    940 W 100 S
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-4257
    (Amish)
    47 students | Gr. 2-9                      
  • LagrangeWoodside School
    (Amish)
    2350 N 250 W
    LagrangeIN46761
    (260)463-4257
    (Amish)
    34 students | Gr. 1-8                      

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