Top Maryland Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 68 top school membership associations in Maryland, serving 559 private schools (64% of all schools) and 118,137 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (18% of schools), Other school association(s) (17% of schools) and National Association for the Education of Young Children (13% of schools).
Kent School Photo - Kent School is located on a beautiful, rural campus along the banks of the Chester River. Our school's nurturing environment is the perfect place to begin or continue a joyful educational journey.
Rockbridge Academy Photo - A joyful, supportive, Christ-centered community where your child can flourish!
St. John Catholic School Photo - St. John Catholic School - Westminster. Carroll County's Premier Catholic School serving students from Pre-K through Grade 8.
Glenelg Country School Photo - Upon entering our beautiful 90-acre campus, you first see our Upper School building which also connects to our Athletic Center.
Seneca Academy Photo - Small School. Big Impact. Our combination of intentionally small class sizes, inquiry-based, International Baccalaureate curriculum, and affordability makes us a unique high-value learning investment for forward-thinking families
The Goddard School Photo - Welcome to The Goddard School in Waldorf which is not just a daycare! We serve the Charles County communities of La Plata, St. Charles, White Plains, Accokeek and other nearby areas. We offer programs from Infants to Private Kindergarten and even Before and After school for school-agers.
The Calverton School Photo - At Calverton we have students from Pre-K3 through 12th grade, but we are truly one Calverton Family!
Barnesville School of Arts & Sciences Photo - Our interdisciplinary program is designed to strengthen critical thinking and understanding of real-world concepts.
Top Maryland Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 14 Schools495 Students38.86% Minority
- 22 Schools7,391 Students25.56% Minority
- 18 Schools6,736 Students16.15% Minority
- 2 Schools149 Students49.68% Minority
- 11 Schools2,064 Students30.93% Minority
- 31 Schools3,150 Students23.31% Minority
- 6 Schools590 Students23.42% Minority
- 2 Schools343 Students27.58% Minority
- 1 Schools75 Students6.52% Minority
- 70 Schools14,570 Students50.99% Minority
- 5 Schools745 Students73.13% Minority
- 7 Schools1,347 Students10.07% Minority
- 31 Schools9,146 Students23.79% Minority
- 1 Schools50 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools470 Students24.16% Minority
- 3 Schools179 Students63.03% Minority
- 3 Schools518 Students27.27% Minority
- 6 Schools1,824 Students44.83% Minority
- 6 Schools992 Students56.95% Minority
- 2 Schools240 Students54.14% Minority
- 2 Schools357 Students15.20% Minority
- 1 Schools110 Students7.69% Minority
- 6 Schools540 Students25.81% Minority
- 5 Schools2,864 Students24.47% Minority
- 11 Schools2,672 Students63.13% Minority
- 3 Schools913 Students25.95% Minority
- 4 Schools1,939 Students16.67% Minority
- 4 Schools539 Students38.99% Minority
- 3 Schools1,806 Students27.73% Minority
- 4 Schools563 Students15.56% Minority
- 1 Schools329 Students23.06% Minority
- 2 Schools417 Students65.51% Minority
- 58 Schools21,217 Students30.22% Minority
- 1 Schools258 Students13.25% Minority
- 73 Schools5,998 Students45.98% Minority
- 1 Schools134 Students100.00% Minority
- 2 Schools1,049 Students15.87% Minority
- 21 Schools4,430 Students32.04% Minority
- 61 Schools23,654 Students22.49% Minority
- 4 Schools175 Students71.03% Minority
- 1 Schools79 Students3.48% Minority
- 22 Schools2,439 Students56.29% Minority
- 3 Schools1,563 Students22.11% Minority
- 101 Schools34,277 Students25.46% Minority
- 2 Schools569 Students2.38% Minority
- 1 Schools613 Students15.87% Minority
- 10 Schools3,994 Students25.77% Minority
- 3 Schools878 Students55.47% Minority
- 4 Schools1,105 Students51.87% Minority
- 2 Schools566 Students12.68% Minority
- 3 Schools1,071 Students14.80% Minority
- 4 Schools1,559 Students0.19% Minority
- 2 Schools397 Students32.80% Minority
- 1 Schools907 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools115 Students28.57% Minority
- 25 Schools2,450 Students58.87% Minority
- 13 Schools903 Students26.79% Minority
- 27 Schools6,991 Students20.29% Minority
- 93 Schools13,282 Students30.41% Minority
- 14 Schools980 Students62.64% Minority
- 2 Schools449 Students3.57% Minority
- 22 Schools10,193 Students15.46% Minority
- 7 Schools483 Students57.30% Minority
- 40 Schools15,212 Students22.68% Minority
- 8 Schools3,662 Students24.65% Minority
- 1 Schools41 Students12.50% Minority
- 1 Schools152 Students19.19% Minority
- 2 Schools1,900 Students17.31% Minority
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