Top Mississippi Private Schools
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 255 top private schools in Mississippi, serving 51,800 students.
- The average private school tuition is $4,469 for elementary schools and $6,191 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 95% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 16% and the student:teacher ratio is 11:1.
Cross Creek Christian Academy Photo - Students admiring a beautiful rainbow God has provided after a rainy afternoon.
Park Place Christian Academy Photo - Park Place Christian Academy, a ministry of Park Place Baptist Church, strives to provide a distinctively Christian, academically rigorous education for students in grades K3-12. PPCA, established in 2000, and with a current enrollment of nearly 650 students, uses Godly guidance and Christian personnel to cultivate a biblical worldview into the hearts and minds of our students.
Northstar Academy Photo - Semiprofessional ballerina and NorthStar student Bethany artfully captures the possibilities that come alive when you choose NorthStar Academy! Real People. Real Places. Real Ministry.
Vicksburg Catholic School Photo - St. Aloysius offers a college preparatory curriculum. Honors and Advanced Placement classes are offered in certain subjects, as well as several dual credit courses. St. Aloysius fields eighteen athletic teams in twelve different sports. Service, academic, and leadership clubs, honor societies, marching band, retreat team and more provide abundant extracurricular opportunities.
Christ Covenant School Photo - Students spend time in the school garden planting, cultivating and harvesting fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Top Mississippi Private Schools by County (2020-21)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 3 Schools1,152 Students13% Minority
- 4 Schools133 Students13% Minority
- 2 Schools741 Students- Minority
- 3 Schools394 Students17% Minority
- 2 Schools720 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools134 Students1% Minority
- 1 Schools351 Students1% Minority
- 1 Schools17 Students93% Minority
- 1 Schools247 Students16% Minority
- 1 Schools222 Students3% Minority
- 4 Schools557 Students25% Minority
- 2 Schools751 Students2% Minority
- 2 Schools139 Students2% Minority
- 12 Schools3,139 Students27% Minority
- 9 Schools1,907 Students13% Minority
- 1 Schools457 Students3% Minority
- 3 Schools871 Students4% Minority
- 18 Schools3,100 Students15% Minority
- 35 Schools6,358 Students27% Minority
- 1 Schools265 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools179 Students6% Minority
- 10 Schools1,155 Students17% Minority
- 2 Schools462 Students10% Minority
- 1 Schools279 Students1% Minority
- 2 Schools621 Students9% Minority
- 1 Schools41 Students1% Minority
- 3 Schools331 Students4% Minority
- 6 Schools599 Students11% Minority
- 8 Schools1,742 Students23% Minority
- 1 Schools611 Students2% Minority
- 9 Schools1,192 Students7% Minority
- 4 Schools1,049 Students27% Minority
- 4 Schools1,215 Students15% Minority
- 7 Schools992 Students9% Minority
- 11 Schools3,099 Students18% Minority
- 2 Schools557 Students2% Minority
- 3 Schools592 Students40% Minority
- 1 Schools98 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools323 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools9 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools252 Students100% Minority
- 2 Schools44 Students2% Minority
- 2 Schools831 Students5% Minority
- 3 Schools485 Students12% Minority
- 4 Schools409 Students11% Minority
- 1 Schools33 Students- Minority
- 6 Schools1,133 Students7% Minority
- 1 Schools195 Students12% Minority
- 12 Schools3,632 Students15% Minority
- 1 Schools49 Students86% Minority
- 1 Schools204 Students2% Minority
- 4 Schools926 Students20% Minority
- 1 Schools84 Students3% Minority
- 3 Schools750 Students9% Minority
- 1 Schools106 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools695 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools40 Students8% Minority
- 1 Schools222 Students16% Minority
- 1 Schools45 Students6% Minority
- 6 Schools1,167 Students38% Minority
- 9 Schools1,812 Students27% Minority
- 1 Schools269 Students1% Minority
- 1 Schools31 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools294 Students8% Minority
- 2 Schools542 Students5% Minority
- 3 Schools749 Students3% Minority
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