Top New Jersey Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 642 top religiously affiliated private schools in New Jersey (45% of all schools), serving 147,764 students.
St Nicholas Elementary School Photo - St. Nicholas School - Jersey City PreK3 to Grade 8 Teaching tomorrow's leaders with a focus on tradition, community, and academic excellence. Located in The Heights of Jersey for 130 years. The premier destination for excellent academics in a healthy and safe social environment. Students receive numerous scholarships and high school acceptances to the most prestigious schools in the area.
Friends School Mullica Hill Photo - At Friends School Mullica Hill we value hands-on learning. We have two science labs; here are two students disecting a flower in one of our labs.
Golda Och Academy Photo - Located in West Orange, New Jersey, Golda Och Academy is an accredited private independent school, educating students from Pre-K through 12th grade in a flexible and caring environment that nurtures their minds and their spirits. Our mission is to nurture the unique potential of each student through an exceptional Jewish and general studies education.
Delbarton School Photo - Old Main, a mansion built in 1880 as the summer residence of the Kountze family, is the centerpiece of Delbarton's 200 acre campus.
Donovan Catholic Photo - Founded in 1962 as St. Joseph High School and known as Monsignor Donovan High School until 2014, Donovan Catholic is Ocean County's only Catholic high school.
Villa Victoria Academy Photo - All Villa girls are members of the school choir. In addition Villa offers several select audition only choirs.
Top New Jersey Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2019-20)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools95 Students100.00% Minority
- 12 Schools1,653 Students60.97% Minority
- 21 Schools2,405 Students47.62% Minority
- 2 Schools386 Students16.62% Minority
- 78 Schools8,737 Students36.24% Minority
- 2 Schools37 Students85.00% Minority
- 1 Schools10 Students83.33% Minority
- 10 Schools1,500 Students60.14% Minority
- 5 Schools376 Students54.72% Minority
- 6 Schools1,109 Students19.97% Minority
- 22 Schools4,581 Students52.23% Minority
- 145 Schools34,195 Students3.72% Minority
- 5 Schools350 Students45.24% Minority
- 1 Schools23 Students100.00% Minority
- 9 Schools1,402 Students64.60% Minority
- 9 Schools1,319 Students46.15% Minority
- 2 Schools259 Students20.00% Minority
- 11 Schools771 Students86.07% Minority
- 7 Schools850 Students6.75% Minority
- 283 Schools87,203 Students33.20% Minority
- 9 Schools447 Students95.51% Minority
- 1 Schools56 Students16.95% Minority
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