Top Florida Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2018-19 school year, there are 69 top school membership associations in Florida, serving 1438 private schools (60% of all schools) and 315,747 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are Other school association(s) (21% of schools), Other religious school association(s) (15% of schools) and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (13% of schools).
Palmetto Bay Academy Photo - PBA students get just-in-time, one-on-one attention from teachers to complete assignments and investigate content through a flipped instructional model.
Jacksonville Country Day School Photo - Jacksonville Country Day School offers a challenging and innovative curriculum tailored to your child's age and ability levels.
St. Mark's Episcopal Academy Photo - Site of our Campus of the Future and Glover Family Outdoor Chapel and Classroom.
Sweetwater Episcopal Academy Photo - Canoeing is part of the PE curriculum at Sweetwater Episcopal Academy. We take full advantage of the fact that our campus is located on a beautiful lake!
Elfers Christian School Photo - Elfers Eagles 2015 at the Orlando Magic during our high school Court of Dreams Event.
Osceola Christian Preparatory School Photo - Our children are a blessing to this school! We work towards the success of each individual student and cater to their academic, spiritual, and emotional growth.
Oxbridge Academy Photo - Oxbridge Academy provides passionate educators, endless opportunities, and a commitment to help students build the skills and confidence they need to build success for a lifetime.
Top Florida Private Schools by Membership Association (2018-19)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 123 Schools6,690 Students44.65% Minority
- 11 Schools6,409 Students42.47% Minority
- 80 Schools26,707 Students33.22% Minority
- 1 Schools103 Students97.56% Minority
- 43 Schools9,339 Students38.29% Minority
- 103 Schools11,952 Students39.22% Minority
- 6 Schools653 Students29.55% Minority
- 1 Schools230 Students34.44% Minority
- 191 Schools46,505 Students29.33% Minority
- 36 Schools5,043 Students40.49% Minority
- 21 Schools5,148 Students36.69% Minority
- 35 Schools11,434 Students50.66% Minority
- 1 Schools511 Students19.23% Minority
- 3 Schools256 Students33.96% Minority
- 6 Schools2,039 Students44.25% Minority
- 2 Schools224 Students55.47% Minority
- 9 Schools2,354 Students20.16% Minority
- 23 Schools7,754 Students21.62% Minority
- 6 Schools1,573 Students74.37% Minority
- 5 Schools726 Students99.20% Minority
- 8 Schools1,164 Students74.05% Minority
- 5 Schools1,102 Students9.98% Minority
- 119 Schools51,403 Students20.45% Minority
- 93 Schools40,156 Students18.70% Minority
- 1 Schools13 Students33.33% Minority
- 36 Schools3,640 Students75.05% Minority
- 1 Schools272 Students4.23% Minority
- 3 Schools1,139 Students27.52% Minority
- 14 Schools5,992 Students23.86% Minority
- 16 Schools4,561 Students44.99% Minority
- 10 Schools1,082 Students19.81% Minority
- 6 Schools1,561 Students30.14% Minority
- 2 Schools2,187 Students71.46% Minority
- 8 Schools692 Students40.43% Minority
- 32 Schools17,466 Students32.55% Minority
- 108 Schools16,181 Students54.39% Minority
- 6 Schools2,226 Students31.03% Minority
- 37 Schools12,399 Students19.02% Minority
- 94 Schools45,476 Students23.75% Minority
- 2 Schools411 Students16.92% Minority
- 10 Schools3,057 Students43.96% Minority
- 9 Schools1,277 Students73.25% Minority
- 7 Schools2,775 Students52.19% Minority
- 179 Schools72,609 Students46.41% Minority
- 10 Schools2,086 Students32.55% Minority
- 12 Schools2,391 Students72.27% Minority
- 2 Schools903 Students81.72% Minority
- 52 Schools14,466 Students37.61% Minority
- 56 Schools8,164 Students59.13% Minority
- 17 Schools4,425 Students16.66% Minority
- 3 Schools1,097 Students31.94% Minority
- 10 Schools2,379 Students15.83% Minority
- 1 Schools110 Students59.09% Minority
- 2 Schools145 Students59.09% Minority
- 2 Schools637 Students56.98% Minority
- 22 Schools3,931 Students61.85% Minority
- 36 Schools3,221 Students38.29% Minority
- 209 Schools41,909 Students40.66% Minority
- 299 Schools64,291 Students52.25% Minority
- 61 Schools11,411 Students62.98% Minority
- 3 Schools195 Students1.10% Minority
- 148 Schools66,601 Students27.84% Minority
- 6 Schools5,030 Students16.51% Minority
- 36 Schools6,825 Students35.65% Minority
- 68 Schools22,171 Students41.40% Minority
- 4 Schools3,448 Students22.76% Minority
- 3 Schools876 Students11.74% Minority
- 1 Schools42 Students13.95% Minority
- 4 Schools286 Students22.86% Minority
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