Top Iowa Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 212 top religiously affiliated private schools in Iowa (87% of all schools), serving 44,577 students.
Sacred Heart School Photo - Bishop Heelan High School students work with the kindergarten students on building gingerbread houses
Community Christian School Photo - Community Christian School is a non-denominational school in Fort Dodge, IA.
St Paul The Apostle Catholic School Photo - STREAM is an expansion of STEM. It is an acronym for Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, the Arts and Math. As Catholic schools, our mission is to educate the whole child; therefore, STREAM education has taken the principles of STEM infused religion across all subjects and added the arts to provide students the creative thinking skills necessary to communicate.
Ames Christian School Photo - Ames Christian School Kindergartners dressed as their favorite book characters for Book Week.
Spalding Catholic School Photo - Spalding Catholic School is a Prek-6th grade school, located in northwest Iowa.
Top Iowa Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2019-20)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 8 Schools669 Students6.85% Minority
- 3 Schools73 Students- Minority
- 9 Schools1,747 Students3.63% Minority
- 37 Schools5,729 Students7.62% Minority
- 1 Schools195 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools32 Students25.00% Minority
- 2 Schools147 Students94.12% Minority
- 20 Schools2,442 Students7.96% Minority
- 3 Schools135 Students14.58% Minority
- 2 Schools299 Students15.32% Minority
- 2 Schools182 Students5.17% Minority
- 2 Schools24 Students22.73% Minority
- 117 Schools32,838 Students13.67% Minority
- 3 Schools62 Students50.85% Minority
- 1 Schools3 Students- Minority
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