Best Marshall County Private Schools (2021)

For the 2021 school year, there are 8 private schools serving 1,254 students in Marshall County, IN.
The best top ranked private schools in Marshall County, IN include Culver Academies, Borkholder Parochial School and Bourbon Christian School.
The average acceptance rate is 65%, which is lower than the Indiana private school average acceptance rate of 89%.
88% of private schools in Marshall County, IN are religiously affiliated (most commonly Amish and Lutheran Church Missouri Synod).

Top Private Schools in Marshall County (2021)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Culver Academies
Culver Academies Photo
1300 Academy Rd
Culver, IN 46511
(574) 842-8300
Grades: 9-12
| 842 students
Borkholder Parochial School
(Amish)
1589 B Rd
Bremen, IN 46506
(574) 546-5947
Grades: 1-8
| 28 students
Bourbon Christian School
(Mennonite)
1325 N Main Street
Bourbon, IN 46504
(574) 342-8043
Grades: 1-12
| 39 students
Creekside School
(Amish)
6378 Beech Rd
Bourbon, IN 46504
(574) 646-2061
Grades: 1-8
| 33 students
Grace Baptist Christian School
(Baptist)
1830 N Michigan St
Plymouth, IN 46563
(574) 936-3448
Grades: K-12
| 68 students
House Of The Lord Christian Acadamy
(Pentecostal)
16493 Lincoln Hwy
Plymouth, IN 46563
(574) 936-4466
Grades: PK-12
| 22 students
St. Michael School
(Roman Catholic)
612 N Center St
Plymouth, IN 46563
(574) 936-4329
Grades: K-8
| 148 students
St. Paul's Lutheran School
(Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
605 S Center St
Bremen, IN 46506
(574) 546-2790
Grades: PK-8
| 74 students

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