Top Michigan Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020 school year, there are 685 top religiously affiliated private schools in Michigan (73% of all schools), serving 122,797 students.
Novi Christian Academy Photo - Each year, FRCS students and staff dedicate an entire day to community service. This group served at Detroit Rescue Mission for the day. In addition, graduates must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community service for graduation.
Our Savior Lutheran School Photo - Located at Broadbent Rd. and E. St. Joe Hwy. in Delta Township, built in 2008. Our school offers classrooms for grades Preschool through 8th grade, a computer lab/library, cafeteria, music room, gymnasium and church sanctuary. Athletic fields for soccer, softball, baseball and a playground are part of the campus.
De La Salle Collegiate Photo - This picture is taken outside of our chapel. In it you will see Br. Robert Carnaghi and Br. Patrick McNally standing with a group of students before mass.
Top Michigan Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 3 Schools91 Students- Minority
- 3 Schools466 Students19.20% Minority
- 58 Schools4,892 Students20.18% Minority
- 2 Schools59 Students- Minority
- 28 Schools8,715 Students9.42% Minority
- 111 Schools21,169 Students14.92% Minority
- 2 Schools39 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools399 Students8.52% Minority
- 1 Schools119 Students- Minority
- 10 Schools2,224 Students18.33% Minority
- 16 Schools2,899 Students0.10% Minority
- 2 Schools107 Students15.79% Minority
- 91 Schools12,978 Students8.65% Minority
- 5 Schools230 Students1.76% Minority
- 7 Schools330 Students11.98% Minority
- 6 Schools1,158 Students10.46% Minority
- 7 Schools495 Students7.14% Minority
- 2 Schools370 Students16.67% Minority
- 3 Schools297 Students1.26% Minority
- 239 Schools60,020 Students13.77% Minority
- 47 Schools3,518 Students29.83% Minority
- 37 Schools2,222 Students8.14% Minority
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