Best Latham Private Schools (2024)

For the 2024 school year, there are 2 private schools serving 54 students in Latham, MO (there are 1 public school, serving 37 public students). 59% of all K-12 students in Latham, MO are educated in private schools (compared to the MO state average of 12%).
100% of private schools in Latham, MO are religiously affiliated (most commonly Mennonite).

Private Schools in Latham, MO (2024)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Hazel Dell School
(Mennonite)
67620 Hazel Dell Rd
Latham, MO 65050
(573) 338-2502
Grades: 1-7
| 28 students
Prairie Union School
(Mennonite)
39294 Excelsior Dr
Latham, MO 65050
(660) 458-6536
Grades: 1-8
| 26 students

Frequently Asked Questions

How many private schools are located in Latham, MO?
2 private schools are located in Latham, MO.
What percentage of students in Latham, MO go to private school?
59% of all K-12 students in Latham, MO are educated in private schools (compared to the MO state average of 12%).
What percentage of private schools are religiously affiliated in Latham, MO?
100% of private schools in Latham, MO are religiously affiliated (most commonly Mennonite).

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