Top Florida Schools By Membership Association
For the 2021 school year, there are 70 top school membership associations in Florida, serving 1483 private schools (57% of all schools) and 324,377 students.
The most popular school membership associations are Other school association(s) (22% of schools), Other religious school association(s) (15% of schools) and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (13% of schools).
Oxbridge Academy Photo - One of the foundations of an Oxbridge education is hands-on learning. The school's Signature Programs - Cambridge Scholars, Novel Writing, Aviation, and Independent Research - imbue this philosophy of teaching.
Our Savior Lutheran School Photo - Our Savior's Kindergartners around the crest that represents the strengths from which our school is founded.
Jacksonville Country Day School Photo - Jacksonville Country Day School offers a challenging and innovative curriculum tailored to your child's age and ability levels.
Canterbury School Of Florida Photo - Canterbury's Marine Studies program is for students in PK3 - Grade 12 and focuses on all aspects of marine science and environmental education. Our Cousteau Center for Marine Studies is a state-of-the-art 2,800 sq. ft. dedicated facility and learning laboratory. Local partnerships with a host of scientific institutions, a SCUBA crew, and international trips all expand student experiences.
Lake Highland Preparatory School Photo - Lake Highland Preparatory School is a mission-driven school dedicated to cultivating leaders with intellect and character. LHPS serves students from Pre-K through 12th grade.
Maclay School Photo - Maclay School develops PreK-12 students into unstoppable learners and leaders who are inspired to make an impact, determined to fulfill their potential, and driven to take control of their futures.
Rjb Christian School Photo - RJB CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SENIORS CLASS OF 2016 WE DO NOT FEAR THE FUTURE FOR WE ARE THE FUTURE.
Queen of All Saints Academy Photo - QAS is an oasis. A group of dedicated teachers and focused students.
Top Florida Private Schools by Membership Association (2021)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 130 Schools8,248 Students47.85% Minority
- 10 Schools6,764 Students41.96% Minority
- 99 Schools32,640 Students32.84% Minority
- 2 Schools122 Students97.98% Minority
- 43 Schools9,454 Students44.82% Minority
- 101 Schools11,524 Students41.37% Minority
- 8 Schools734 Students44.88% Minority
- 1 Schools230 Students34.44% Minority
- 194 Schools47,831 Students32.62% Minority
- 39 Schools5,889 Students43.08% Minority
- 22 Schools5,501 Students44.59% Minority
- 40 Schools15,656 Students50.17% Minority
- 1 Schools503 Students19.23% Minority
- 4 Schools348 Students22.30% Minority
- 5 Schools1,215 Students93.10% Minority
- 2 Schools223 Students55.47% Minority
- 9 Schools2,477 Students23.26% Minority
- 21 Schools7,693 Students25.35% Minority
- 5 Schools694 Students99.48% Minority
- 2 Schools623 Students8.16% Minority
- 8 Schools1,164 Students74.05% Minority
- 5 Schools907 Students25.82% Minority
- 118 Schools48,591 Students19.72% Minority
- 79 Schools36,028 Students18.30% Minority
- 35 Schools3,489 Students75.18% Minority
- 1 Schools272 Students4.23% Minority
- 3 Schools1,087 Students29.84% Minority
- 16 Schools8,115 Students26.32% Minority
- 20 Schools5,000 Students43.23% Minority
- 11 Schools1,281 Students22.13% Minority
- 7 Schools1,565 Students32.26% Minority
- 2 Schools2,188 Students71.69% Minority
- 7 Schools696 Students43.25% Minority
- 31 Schools16,035 Students32.32% Minority
- 5 Schools5,315 Students38.44% Minority
- 110 Schools16,397 Students58.57% Minority
- 7 Schools6,087 Students32.24% Minority
- 33 Schools10,814 Students20.28% Minority
- 82 Schools36,696 Students22.72% Minority
- 2 Schools411 Students16.92% Minority
- 10 Schools3,053 Students49.40% Minority
- 1 Schools362 Students99.53% Minority
- 9 Schools1,455 Students65.77% Minority
- 6 Schools2,332 Students59.40% Minority
- 179 Schools73,401 Students46.82% Minority
- 9 Schools2,037 Students37.12% Minority
- 12 Schools2,437 Students70.14% Minority
- 2 Schools467 Students25.68% Minority
- 58 Schools19,653 Students43.08% Minority
- 58 Schools8,906 Students60.41% Minority
- 16 Schools4,082 Students24.12% Minority
- 3 Schools1,169 Students37.11% Minority
- 10 Schools2,821 Students14.15% Minority
- 1 Schools159 Students59.09% Minority
- 2 Schools152 Students93.00% Minority
- 2 Schools632 Students57.36% Minority
- 21 Schools3,748 Students61.51% Minority
- 34 Schools2,899 Students34.12% Minority
- 219 Schools45,474 Students45.81% Minority
- 321 Schools71,236 Students56.60% Minority
- 71 Schools12,214 Students66.66% Minority
- 3 Schools169 Students2.07% Minority
- 146 Schools68,737 Students29.67% Minority
- 10 Schools8,107 Students16.96% Minority
- 35 Schools7,536 Students33.20% Minority
- 68 Schools20,209 Students41.94% Minority
- 3 Schools1,773 Students27.12% Minority
- 3 Schools916 Students9.58% Minority
- 2 Schools207 Students13.95% Minority
- 4 Schools309 Students27.78% Minority
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