Best Indiana Private Schools Belonging To Membership Associations (2021-22)
For the 2021-22 school year, there are 439 private schools belonging to membership associations serving 98,222 students in Indiana (67% of all schools).
The average tuition cost is $7,435, which is higher than the Indiana private school average tuition cost of $7,068.
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).
Trinity School At Greenlawn Photo - Trinity at Greenlawn is one of three high schools in the US that offers MATLAB training.
Traders Point Christian Schools Photo - The premier TPCHS Stadium at Witham Field is home to the Knights IHSAA football and soccer programs. TPCHS also offers volleyball, basketball, baseball/softball, track/cross-country, cheer and golf. TPCS also offers numerous athletic teams for students in grades 5-8, competing in the Indianapolis Independent Schools League (IISL) including soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, track and more.
St. Thomas More School Photo - Students at St. Thomas More School grow academically, artistically, physically and spiritually in an environment of love and kindness.
Holy Name Catholic School Photo - In addition to sack races, corn hole, and tug-of-war, students enjoy sand volleyball during our Walkathon celebration. Volleyball is just one of many extra-curriculars offered at Holy Name throughout the year.
Christ The King Catholic School Photo - Our priest, Father Todd Riebe, blessing our new Sts. Isidore & Maria Garden.
Top Ranked Indiana Private Schools by Membership Association (2021-22)
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