Top Missouri Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 49 top school membership associations in Missouri, serving 491 private schools (72% of all schools) and 99,923 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (40% of schools), Other school association(s) (14% of schools) and Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (11% of schools).
Summit Christian Academy Photo - The SCA Early Education program for children ages 2 1/2 - 5, offers a curriculum that includes, Spanish, Science, Social Studies, Bible, Reading, Phonics, Music and Physical Education, all in a loving environment taught by certified teachers.
St. John School: A Personalized Learning Academy Photo - Modern, interactive education in a warm, comfortable environment.
Living Water Academy Photo - Living Water Academy Family of Students, Faculty, and Staff. The annual all-school photo around the fountain is one of LWA's oldest and most cherished traditions.
The Wilson School Photo - Since 1913, The Wilson School has provided an extraordinary experience in elementary education for children age three through sixth grade. Preparing students for success in an ever-changing world, our exceptional educators combine classic and innovative methods within a warm, nurturing environment.
Christian Fellowship School Photo - Our fabulous gymnasium serves as PE class during the days and volleyball and basketball courts at night.
Green Park Lutheran School Photo - ACCOMPLISHED St. Louis Science Fair is an initiative of the Academy of Science and sponsored by Monsanto and SunEdison. Spring 2014 there were over 2,500 top projects, representing 230 schools. 40 GP students progressed on to St. Louis Science Fair. The results? 22 Blue Ribbon 1st Place, 13 Red Ribbon 2nd Place, 5 Green Ribbon 3rd Place.
Top Missouri Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 25 Schools1,080 Students19.04% Minority
- 36 Schools9,164 Students26.36% Minority
- 2 Schools67 Students45.16% Minority
- 15 Schools1,123 Students16.34% Minority
- 18 Schools1,891 Students10.45% Minority
- 3 Schools208 Students11.88% Minority
- 4 Schools200 Students42.81% Minority
- 56 Schools9,411 Students17.17% Minority
- 8 Schools804 Students22.40% Minority
- 4 Schools769 Students24.95% Minority
- 2 Schools310 Students50.97% Minority
- 1 Schools92 Students10.26% Minority
- 10 Schools2,119 Students22.59% Minority
- 1 Schools226 Students61.54% Minority
- 5 Schools1,983 Students17.43% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students16.67% Minority
- 6 Schools683 Students5.94% Minority
- 11 Schools387 Students29.08% Minority
- 30 Schools10,165 Students17.13% Minority
- 2 Schools812 Students24.58% Minority
- 1 Schools349 Students79.55% Minority
- 2 Schools1,786 Students12.82% Minority
- 1 Schools194 Students7.58% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students32.26% Minority
- 30 Schools4,578 Students16.42% Minority
- 3 Schools735 Students13.51% Minority
- 38 Schools12,814 Students14.70% Minority
- 1 Schools371 Students25.77% Minority
- 1 Schools78 Students9.52% Minority
- 4 Schools222 Students26.57% Minority
- 2 Schools191 Students13.17% Minority
- 195 Schools52,411 Students11.35% Minority
- 5 Schools769 Students20.90% Minority
- 1 Schools194 Students7.58% Minority
- 3 Schools1,061 Students19.85% Minority
- 14 Schools3,520 Students11.94% Minority
- 3 Schools367 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools134 Students58.90% Minority
- 3 Schools455 Students17.08% Minority
- 3 Schools39 Students17.78% Minority
- 10 Schools798 Students19.05% Minority
- 33 Schools6,204 Students23.48% Minority
- 70 Schools17,226 Students10.33% Minority
- 16 Schools3,743 Students21.52% Minority
- 2 Schools159 Students11.88% Minority
- 1 Schools281 Students63.16% Minority
- 2 Schools391 Students14.84% Minority
- 22 Schools9,400 Students12.75% Minority
- 4 Schools1,009 Students24.87% Minority
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