Top Maryland Schools By Membership Association
For the 2021 school year, there are 66 top school membership associations in Maryland, serving 560 private schools (64% of all schools) and 118,131 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 (14% of schools).
St. Stephens Classical Christian Academy Photo - At SSCCA, students are actively involved in the learning process. The use of songs and recitation makes learning facts fun.
Landon School Photo - We believe requiring a boy to engage in an array of experiences introduces him to passions and abilities he didn`t know he had, which is essential to his emotional, social, physical, and intellectual growth.
St. John Catholic School Photo - St. John Catholic School - Westminster. Carroll County's Premier Catholic School serving students from Pre-K through Grade 8.
Riverdale Baptist School Photo - The entire student body together for a group photo during Spirit Week in 2012.
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 Calverton School Photo - At Calverton we have students from Pre-K3 through 12th grade, but we are truly one Calverton Family!
Top Maryland Private Schools by Membership Association (2021)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 12 Schools488 Students42.81% Minority
- 23 Schools7,572 Students27.21% Minority
- 21 Schools8,889 Students22.16% Minority
- 2 Schools112 Students50.00% Minority
- 11 Schools2,062 Students30.30% Minority
- 32 Schools3,239 Students24.46% Minority
- 9 Schools706 Students20.05% Minority
- 2 Schools343 Students27.58% Minority
- 1 Schools75 Students6.52% Minority
- 64 Schools13,611 Students55.11% Minority
- 4 Schools642 Students68.34% Minority
- 7 Schools1,189 Students37.68% Minority
- 32 Schools10,446 Students23.14% Minority
- 2 Schools415 Students24.16% Minority
- 3 Schools153 Students63.10% Minority
- 3 Schools552 Students27.27% Minority
- 6 Schools1,762 Students42.87% Minority
- 2 Schools123 Students65.12% Minority
- 3 Schools707 Students11.23% Minority
- 1 Schools110 Students7.69% Minority
- 6 Schools547 Students51.87% Minority
- 4 Schools1,763 Students25.62% Minority
- 11 Schools2,652 Students73.37% Minority
- 3 Schools913 Students25.95% Minority
- 4 Schools1,958 Students16.67% Minority
- 6 Schools591 Students34.04% Minority
- 3 Schools1,857 Students32.86% Minority
- 4 Schools597 Students15.56% Minority
- 1 Schools329 Students23.06% Minority
- 2 Schools417 Students65.51% Minority
- 59 Schools21,683 Students34.82% Minority
- 1 Schools258 Students13.25% Minority
- 76 Schools6,533 Students50.15% Minority
- 1 Schools134 Students100.00% Minority
- 3 Schools1,446 Students13.35% Minority
- 20 Schools4,640 Students30.07% Minority
- 64 Schools24,663 Students25.19% Minority
- 4 Schools158 Students70.65% Minority
- 1 Schools79 Students3.48% Minority
- 23 Schools3,180 Students54.82% Minority
- 3 Schools1,563 Students22.11% Minority
- 103 Schools34,148 Students27.42% Minority
- 2 Schools569 Students2.38% Minority
- 1 Schools613 Students15.87% Minority
- 13 Schools4,726 Students24.65% Minority
- 3 Schools871 Students55.69% Minority
- 5 Schools1,084 Students42.83% Minority
- 2 Schools566 Students12.68% Minority
- 3 Schools1,071 Students14.80% Minority
- 4 Schools1,619 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools399 Students33.40% Minority
- 1 Schools907 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools115 Students28.57% Minority
- 25 Schools2,662 Students54.94% Minority
- 13 Schools911 Students21.91% Minority
- 25 Schools7,008 Students20.68% Minority
- 93 Schools13,146 Students31.90% Minority
- 15 Schools1,220 Students63.41% Minority
- 2 Schools482 Students3.66% Minority
- 21 Schools9,891 Students16.73% Minority
- 6 Schools384 Students71.76% Minority
- 41 Schools16,729 Students29.34% Minority
- 8 Schools3,572 Students31.47% Minority
- 1 Schools17 Students26.67% Minority
- 1 Schools152 Students19.19% Minority
- 2 Schools1,900 Students17.31% Minority
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