Top California Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 1967 top religiously affiliated private schools in California (51% of all schools), serving 435,260 students.
Capistrano Valley Christian Schools Photo - Since 1973, Capistrano Valley Christian Schools has been dedicated to providing a high standard of college preparatory education, set within the framework of Christian instruction and example. We desire to prepare students to be the Christian leaders of tomorrow. Our staff is committed to partnering with an extremely supportive school community to offer a truly unique educational experience.
Villanova Preparatory School Photo - In this supportive environment steeped in Catholic values, students are comfortable taking risks, trying something new and learning more about the individual throughout their Villanova experience.
Alta Loma Christian School Photo - 21st century skills. 1st century faith. Alta Loma Christian School.
Christ Lutheran School Photo - In 2003 the United States Department of Education awarded CLS the "No Child Left Behind" Blue Ribbon award. In 2006 the school was accredited by WASC.
Heights Christian Schools - San Juan Capistrano Preschool Photo - We have a beautiful campus located across the 5 freeway from the San Juan Capistrano Mission in the city of San Juan Capistrano! Heights Christian Schools services over 3,000 families at our 6 campuses!
Incarnation Parish School Photo - We partner with parents to create learning experiences where students will grow in faith, achieve excellence, and thrive in a loving community.
Top California Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2019-20)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools332 Students55.38% Minority
- 47 Schools8,232 Students46.71% Minority
- 139 Schools18,902 Students54.14% Minority
- 6 Schools666 Students26.46% Minority
- 13 Schools4,117 Students31.45% Minority
- 505 Schools100,372 Students34.52% Minority
- 10 Schools1,815 Students59.48% Minority
- 5 Schools505 Students54.94% Minority
- 2 Schools173 Students23.03% Minority
- 8 Schools1,599 Students64.72% Minority
- 1 Schools10 Students100.00% Minority
- 32 Schools8,481 Students21.42% Minority
- 34 Schools5,474 Students39.41% Minority
- 6 Schools2,027 Students15.70% Minority
- 4 Schools301 Students18.18% Minority
- 32 Schools4,655 Students54.86% Minority
- 93 Schools17,492 Students5.18% Minority
- 87 Schools16,559 Students38.23% Minority
- 6 Schools389 Students32.00% Minority
- 22 Schools1,845 Students52.58% Minority
- 47 Schools7,394 Students27.32% Minority
- 8 Schools1,397 Students26.97% Minority
- 36 Schools2,349 Students64.69% Minority
- 25 Schools4,337 Students38.57% Minority
- 679 Schools213,295 Students54.74% Minority
- 106 Schools11,541 Students59.55% Minority
- 13 Schools1,001 Students28.28% Minority
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