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.
  • The most common religiously affiliated schools are Roman Catholic (35% of schools), Christian (26% of schools) and Baptist (7% of schools).

Top California Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2019-20)

  • Religious Affiliation
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 1 Schools
    332 Students
    55.38% Minority
  • 47 Schools
    8,232 Students
    46.71% Minority
  • 139 Schools
    18,902 Students
    54.14% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    666 Students
    26.46% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    4,117 Students
    31.45% Minority
  • 505 Schools
    100,372 Students
    34.52% Minority
  • 10 Schools
    1,815 Students
    59.48% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    505 Students
    54.94% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    173 Students
    23.03% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    1,599 Students
    64.72% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    10 Students
    100.00% Minority
  • 32 Schools
    8,481 Students
    21.42% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    2,027 Students
    15.70% Minority
  • 4 Schools
    301 Students
    18.18% Minority
  • 32 Schools
    4,655 Students
    54.86% Minority
  • 93 Schools
    17,492 Students
    5.18% Minority
  • 87 Schools
    16,559 Students
    38.23% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    389 Students
    32.00% Minority
  • 22 Schools
    1,845 Students
    52.58% Minority
  • 47 Schools
    7,394 Students
    27.32% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    1,397 Students
    26.97% Minority
  • 36 Schools
    2,349 Students
    64.69% Minority
  • 25 Schools
    4,337 Students
    38.57% Minority
  • 679 Schools
    213,295 Students
    54.74% Minority
  • 106 Schools
    11,541 Students
    59.55% Minority
  • 13 Schools
    1,001 Students
    28.28% Minority
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