Top Georgia Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020 school year, there are 548 top religiously affiliated private schools in Georgia (64% of all schools), serving 104,948 students.
Mt. Bethel Christian Academy Photo - The Compass Program focuses on helping our students become more self-aware of their God-given learning styles, personalities, gifts and talents, and aptitudes. As an outcome of self-examination, our students will plan for college and career with increased confidence and intentionality. Upon graduation from MBCA, students will be equipped to face an ever-changing world and to become influential leaders of Christ.
Loganville Christian Academy Photo - Our students are well-prepared for college and are consistently admitted to the colleges of their choice. We employ a full-time College Admissions Advisor who assists our students through the college application, FAFSA and scholarship seeking processes. College admission is a requirement of graduation and 100% of our students are admitted to college. In fact, this year's class boasts a 100%
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School Photo - 43 beautiful acres located just north of Atlanta's Chastain Park. HIES boasts a brand new state-of-the-art STEM building, Stand alone Primary, Lower, Middle and Upper School facilities, a Fine Arts Building, two modern gymnasiums and four expansive athletic fields. Come discover everything except your limits!
Gerard Preparatory School Photo - Our Mission is Their Success! Our small home style environment allows students to grow secure and feel confident of their surroundings. This level of nurturing supports their full inclusion in every area of their school experience.
St John Neumann Regional Catholic School Photo - St. John Neumann RCS eighth grade students helping their kg buddies in the Computer Lab.
Top Georgia Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 3 Schools583 Students12.82% Minority
- 103 Schools16,546 Students19.78% Minority
- 253 Schools51,676 Students22.72% Minority
- 1 Schools279 Students12.70% Minority
- 6 Schools605 Students50.30% Minority
- 1 Schools5 Students100.00% Minority
- 9 Schools3,221 Students6.72% Minority
- 2 Schools168 Students11.76% Minority
- 1 Schools171 Students47.34% Minority
- 1 Schools86 Students- Minority
- 7 Schools977 Students94.10% Minority
- 10 Schools2,935 Students0.39% Minority
- 5 Schools575 Students26.70% Minority
- 10 Schools314 Students4.71% Minority
- 22 Schools3,874 Students20.82% Minority
- 7 Schools594 Students28.80% Minority
- 13 Schools438 Students47.70% Minority
- 13 Schools3,433 Students6.90% Minority
- 45 Schools16,656 Students22.31% Minority
- 34 Schools1,627 Students64.39% Minority
- 2 Schools185 Students7.32% Minority
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