Top Colorado Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 259 top religiously affiliated private schools in Colorado (48% of all schools), serving 44,636 students.
St. Columba School Photo - St. Columba School, where students are known, respected, and cared for by faculty, staff, and peers; where exploring ideas and loving learning are cool; where happiness and challenge walk hand-in-hand; where leadership and extracurricular opportunities abound; and where the presence of the Catholic tradition stamps a profound and lasting influence on the educational experience of our young scholars.
St John The Evangelist Catholic School Photo - In communion with our families, Saint John the Evangelist School provides a respectful Catholic environment dedicated to the education of the whole child through academic achievement, personal responsibility and the formation of faithful citizenship in a place where Christ is ever present. www.school.saintjohns.net
Front Range Christian School Photo - FRCS teachers genuinely care about their students. Offering academic guidance and acting as mentors and role models.
Top Colorado Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2019-20)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools170 Students98.40% Minority
- 18 Schools1,384 Students21.93% Minority
- 74 Schools13,145 Students17.74% Minority
- 3 Schools354 Students31.34% Minority
- 2 Schools587 Students- Minority
- 7 Schools842 Students26.53% Minority
- 1 Schools52 Students70.00% Minority
- 1 Schools332 Students58.54% Minority
- 12 Schools1,739 Students2.85% Minority
- 31 Schools4,244 Students17.64% Minority
- 2 Schools70 Students1.67% Minority
- 4 Schools468 Students4.48% Minority
- 3 Schools580 Students13.86% Minority
- 1 Schools157 Students21.66% Minority
- 3 Schools146 Students25.00% Minority
- 5 Schools726 Students14.40% Minority
- 62 Schools18,189 Students30.47% Minority
- 21 Schools1,028 Students29.81% Minority
- 8 Schools423 Students14.65% Minority
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