Top California Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 75 top school membership associations in California, serving 2394 private schools (62% of all schools) and 525,380 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).
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.
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.
Futures Academy - San Mateo 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 - Pasadena 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 - Westlake Village 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 - Cupertino Photo - Futures Academy high quality academic one-to-one learning program includes social activities and onsite study areas for completing schoolwork assignments.
Sacramento Country Day School Photo - Project-based learning and experiential education are hallmarks of Sacramento Country Day School's engaging, student-centered curriculum.
Top California Private Schools by Membership Association (2019-20)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 68 Schools3,011 Students49.34% Minority
- 3 Schools274 Students77.55% Minority
- 18 Schools6,825 Students72.98% Minority
- 1 Schools140 Students- Minority
- 24 Schools3,190 Students53.95% Minority
- 163 Schools13,810 Students40.58% Minority
- 1 Schools140 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools160 Students- Minority
- 21 Schools2,744 Students35.77% Minority
- 15 Schools1,894 Students41.76% Minority
- 452 Schools110,985 Students35.18% Minority
- 16 Schools2,236 Students55.24% Minority
- 13 Schools4,021 Students20.56% Minority
- 2 Schools155 Students61.31% Minority
- 2 Schools478 Students57.89% Minority
- 21 Schools5,059 Students13.04% Minority
- 3 Schools740 Students45.58% Minority
- 5 Schools2,163 Students27.19% Minority
- 164 Schools57,036 Students26.85% Minority
- 23 Schools1,450 Students39.55% Minority
- 4 Schools626 Students47.61% Minority
- 1 Schools66 Students43.59% Minority
- 23 Schools8,415 Students33.19% Minority
- 4 Schools1,720 Students34.53% Minority
- 3 Schools886 Students30.96% Minority
- 14 Schools4,437 Students27.93% Minority
- 23 Schools4,765 Students22.46% Minority
- 27 Schools4,168 Students37.24% Minority
- 4 Schools527 Students20.58% Minority
- 53 Schools7,645 Students60.48% Minority
- 3 Schools864 Students11.52% Minority
- 15 Schools5,159 Students19.38% Minority
- 2 Schools1,007 Students40.49% Minority
- 7 Schools755 Students47.60% Minority
- 8 Schools1,007 Students61.88% Minority
- 8 Schools6,808 Students35.27% Minority
- 4 Schools225 Students24.61% Minority
- 1 Schools362 Students41.36% Minority
- 4 Schools194 Students77.55% Minority
- 1 Schools89 Students44.07% Minority
- 220 Schools27,314 Students36.20% Minority
- 2 Schools889 Students19.65% Minority
- 9 Schools2,576 Students26.42% Minority
- 27 Schools7,330 Students30.31% Minority
- 239 Schools89,150 Students29.37% Minority
- 6 Schools584 Students67.87% Minority
- 3 Schools587 Students60.30% Minority
- 18 Schools1,700 Students46.54% Minority
- 10 Schools2,506 Students61.46% Minority
- 530 Schools174,108 Students55.76% Minority
- 4 Schools212 Students52.00% Minority
- 2 Schools64 Students88.89% Minority
- 2 Schools497 Students81.89% Minority
- 19 Schools4,695 Students40.69% Minority
- 7 Schools1,659 Students22.22% Minority
- 29 Schools4,492 Students33.82% Minority
- 26 Schools6,626 Students39.88% Minority
- 1 Schools565 Students54.52% Minority
- 13 Schools3,337 Students3.45% Minority
- 2 Schools140 Students- Minority
- 4 Schools160 Students8.57% Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students31.71% Minority
- 39 Schools3,565 Students33.41% Minority
- 87 Schools6,638 Students33.58% Minority
- 129 Schools27,826 Students40.19% Minority
- 336 Schools68,135 Students46.63% Minority
- 95 Schools17,635 Students36.49% Minority
- 6 Schools1,999 Students15.16% Minority
- 10 Schools1,639 Students28.97% Minority
- 55 Schools18,704 Students31.58% Minority
- 17 Schools5,198 Students35.81% Minority
- 1 Schools320 Students3.89% Minority
- 6 Schools1,202 Students23.45% Minority
- 618 Schools203,494 Students37.70% Minority
- 3 Schools157 Students9.95% Minority
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