Best Autauga County Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 6 private schools serving 1,303 students in Autauga County, AL.
The best top ranked private schools in Autauga County, AL include Prattville Christian Academy and Autauga Academy.
The average acceptance rate is 85%, which is lower than the Alabama private school average acceptance rate of 89%.
83% of private schools in Autauga County, AL are religiously affiliated (most commonly Christian and Baptist).

Top Ranked Autauga County Private Schools (2021-22)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Autauga Academy
(Christian)
497 Golson Rd
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 365-4343
Grades: PK-12
| 289 students
Prattville Christian Academy
Prattville Christian Academy Photo
(Christian)
322 Old Farm Lane N.
Prattville, AL 36066
(334) 285-0077
Grades: NS-12
| 722 students
Camellia Baptist Wem
Daycare / Preschool (Baptist)
201 Woodvale Rd
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 365-5693
Grades: PK-K
| 125 students
First Baptist Preschool And Kindergarten
Alternative School (Baptist)
138 S Washington St
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 361-9481
Grades: PK-K
| 102 students
First Presbyterian Kindergarten
Alternative School (Presbyterian)
211 S Chestnut St
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 491-3411
Grades: PK-K
| 65 students
Prattville KinderCare
Prattville KinderCare Photo - Lobby
Daycare / Preschool
701 Sheila Blvd
Prattville, AL 36066
(334) 365-0470
Grades: NS-PK
| n/a students

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