Top Indiana Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 45 top school membership associations in Indiana, serving 455 private schools (61% of all schools) and 97,138 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (35% of schools), Other school association(s) (17% of schools) and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (15% of schools).
La Lumiere School Photo - La Lumiere School is a private, independent boarding and day school founded in 1963, located in La Porte, Indiana, on an idyllic 190-acre wooded campus. Mission: At La Lumiere, we form character, cultivate scholarship, and explore faith in order to grow into more complete versions of ourselves.
Fortune Academy (formerly The Hutson School) Photo - Multi-sensory math makes all the difference for our students.
St. John Bosco Elementary School Photo - St. John Bosco School's Little Learners Enrichment Center offers a perfect mix of learning, socialization, and fun!
St. Thomas More School Photo - Students at St. Thomas More School grow academically, artistically, physically and spiritually in an environment of love and kindness.
St Mark Catholic School Photo - St. Mark Catholic School is a diverse place of learning that centers on Christ's teachings
University High School of Indiana Photo - University High School students are friendly and welcoming. Students are often friends with students in every grade.
Top Indiana Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 24 Schools913 Students23.33% Minority
- 32 Schools12,643 Students12.92% Minority
- 18 Schools2,721 Students18.40% Minority
- 28 Schools2,823 Students22.03% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students15.15% Minority
- 68 Schools15,906 Students12.85% Minority
- 10 Schools821 Students27.12% Minority
- 3 Schools124 Students6.25% Minority
- 1 Schools842 Students28.03% Minority
- 1 Schools494 Students5.68% Minority
- 9 Schools2,588 Students9.64% Minority
- 1 Schools1,007 Students14.55% Minority
- 3 Schools909 Students29.51% Minority
- 3 Schools399 Students27.64% Minority
- 1 Schools53 Students21.15% Minority
- 8 Schools354 Students65.26% Minority
- 16 Schools7,810 Students19.80% Minority
- 1 Schools549 Students14.45% Minority
- 2 Schools133 Students27.50% Minority
- 1 Schools800 Students14.02% Minority
- 2 Schools416 Students43.85% Minority
- 1 Schools97 Students13.89% Minority
- 37 Schools4,598 Students22.94% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students19.33% Minority
- 3 Schools1,329 Students29.93% Minority
- 22 Schools8,107 Students20.62% Minority
- 1 Schools240 Students45.45% Minority
- 1 Schools591 Students34.58% Minority
- 1 Schools743 Students13.31% Minority
- 2 Schools470 Students8.42% Minority
- 158 Schools49,619 Students18.71% Minority
- 3 Schools400 Students31.67% Minority
- 17 Schools3,202 Students11.07% Minority
- 2 Schools167 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools181 Students17.12% Minority
- 1 Schools97 Students13.89% Minority
- 3 Schools89 Students55.17% Minority
- 10 Schools1,027 Students27.99% Minority
- 29 Schools4,386 Students6.79% Minority
- 79 Schools19,017 Students15.23% Minority
- 21 Schools2,315 Students14.66% Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students25.00% Minority
- 1 Schools709 Students7.76% Minority
- 31 Schools9,339 Students17.71% Minority
- 2 Schools1,025 Students28.51% Minority
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