Top California Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 73 top school membership associations in California, serving 2380 private schools (60% of all schools) and 529,319 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) (26% of schools), National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (22% of schools) and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (19% of schools).
Futures Academy - Woodland Hills Photo - Futures Academy's high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
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.
Oak Grove School Photo - Elementary students supplement academic courses with biweekly specialist-led study of art, music, and horticulture. Drawing, printmaking, painting, woodworking, computer graphics, ceramics, photography, Orff-Schulwerk instrumental and vocal music, and dramatic arts are a few of the courses available.
Futures Academy - Walnut Creek Photo - Futures Academy's high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
Futures Academy - Mission Viejo Photo - Futures Academy's high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
Calvary Christian Academy Photo - All Middle and High school academic classes intergrate technology to enhance learning. Our Middle and Upper school students have their own Chromebooks to access course content and to colaborate with teachers and peers. Technology is in place to keep content safe. Our Preschool 4 year olds through 5th Grade classrooms use our Mobil Chromebook carts.
Futures Academy - Cupertino Photo - Futures Academy high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
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.
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.
Futures Academy - Pasadena Photo - Futures Academy's high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
Top California Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 67 Schools3,083 Students51.53% Minority
- 2 Schools260 Students68.66% Minority
- 17 Schools9,788 Students71.38% Minority
- 24 Schools2,899 Students56.45% Minority
- 165 Schools14,261 Students40.68% Minority
- 1 Schools160 Students- Minority
- 24 Schools2,888 Students34.23% Minority
- 15 Schools1,712 Students39.87% Minority
- 442 Schools108,190 Students36.65% Minority
- 16 Schools2,508 Students52.97% Minority
- 13 Schools3,708 Students23.41% Minority
- 2 Schools155 Students61.31% Minority
- 2 Schools491 Students55.91% Minority
- 23 Schools4,894 Students15.64% Minority
- 3 Schools703 Students46.11% Minority
- 5 Schools2,169 Students27.77% Minority
- 167 Schools57,943 Students27.60% Minority
- 22 Schools1,607 Students36.36% Minority
- 3 Schools445 Students50.00% Minority
- 1 Schools66 Students43.59% Minority
- 22 Schools7,807 Students33.25% Minority
- 4 Schools1,697 Students34.64% Minority
- 3 Schools855 Students30.62% Minority
- 14 Schools4,373 Students29.69% Minority
- 24 Schools4,666 Students25.55% Minority
- 25 Schools4,250 Students34.44% Minority
- 4 Schools527 Students20.58% Minority
- 53 Schools7,101 Students61.00% Minority
- 2 Schools748 Students21.82% Minority
- 15 Schools5,480 Students22.55% Minority
- 2 Schools1,046 Students40.49% Minority
- 7 Schools762 Students46.25% Minority
- 11 Schools1,338 Students70.10% Minority
- 8 Schools6,841 Students39.62% Minority
- 4 Schools210 Students28.31% Minority
- 1 Schools362 Students41.36% Minority
- 4 Schools320 Students68.66% Minority
- 1 Schools98 Students66.23% Minority
- 219 Schools27,853 Students39.14% Minority
- 2 Schools889 Students19.65% Minority
- 9 Schools2,545 Students26.42% Minority
- 27 Schools6,962 Students27.49% Minority
- 236 Schools94,331 Students30.04% Minority
- 6 Schools600 Students68.70% Minority
- 3 Schools631 Students46.34% Minority
- 19 Schools1,617 Students52.30% Minority
- 10 Schools2,581 Students59.91% Minority
- 523 Schools171,276 Students57.04% Minority
- 4 Schools219 Students60.28% Minority
- 2 Schools64 Students88.89% Minority
- 2 Schools580 Students72.40% Minority
- 19 Schools5,061 Students40.71% Minority
- 7 Schools1,647 Students22.54% Minority
- 31 Schools4,352 Students40.29% Minority
- 26 Schools6,613 Students40.95% Minority
- 1 Schools595 Students54.52% Minority
- 13 Schools3,214 Students10.31% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students- Minority
- 4 Schools178 Students12.20% Minority
- 2 Schools107 Students58.24% Minority
- 36 Schools4,235 Students32.34% Minority
- 87 Schools6,954 Students39.17% Minority
- 131 Schools29,189 Students42.21% Minority
- 346 Schools73,951 Students45.93% Minority
- 100 Schools18,543 Students37.27% Minority
- 6 Schools1,918 Students18.64% Minority
- 11 Schools1,872 Students31.34% Minority
- 58 Schools20,670 Students30.02% Minority
- 16 Schools5,400 Students36.00% Minority
- 2 Schools550 Students47.24% Minority
- 7 Schools1,335 Students25.52% Minority
- 625 Schools207,892 Students39.60% Minority
- 3 Schools157 Students9.95% Minority
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