Top New Jersey Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2019-20 school year, there are 59 top school membership associations in New Jersey, serving 848 private schools (59% of all schools) and 155,516 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (25% of schools), National Association for the Education of Young Children (17% of schools) and Other school association(s) (14% of schools).
Rutgers Preparatory School Photo - Whether on Campus or visiting Grounds for Sculpture, Rutgers Prep's location in Somerset, NJ means that nature, the Arts, multi-cultural events, and historic treasures impact student instruction every day.
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.
The Peck School Photo - A firm handshake, good eye contact, and consideration of others - these are just a few of The Peck School values that contribute to creating one of the most nurturing and inspirational K-8 learning environments in the country.
Waldorf School of Princeton Photo - Imagine what your child can become with The Waldorf School of Princeton!
Apple Montessori School Photo - Apple Montessori provides an unmatched educational experience, offering so much more than exceptional academics.
Far Brook School Photo - Far Brook's inviting, semi-wooded nine acre campus includes playing fields, playgrounds, and a Schoolyard wetlands habitat.
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.
Beacon Christian Academy Photo - Welcome to our Cozy Children's Corner! Your young child will never want to LEAVE this enchanted place!
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.
Top New Jersey Private Schools by Membership Association (2019-20)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 5 Schools201 Students73.91% Minority
- 14 Schools5,722 Students13.51% Minority
- 14 Schools1,646 Students47.96% Minority
- 64 Schools5,878 Students38.37% Minority
- 31 Schools2,636 Students45.43% Minority
- 1 Schools80 Students7.41% Minority
- 2 Schools220 Students7.69% Minority
- 3 Schools220 Students5.77% Minority
- 50 Schools6,664 Students41.35% Minority
- 9 Schools1,425 Students58.99% Minority
- 5 Schools832 Students27.59% Minority
- 7 Schools612 Students11.25% Minority
- 1 Schools147 Students1.68% Minority
- 1 Schools80 Students67.50% Minority
- 9 Schools1,413 Students16.95% Minority
- 18 Schools2,216 Students45.34% Minority
- 4 Schools497 Students56.39% Minority
- 1 Schools268 Students- Minority
- 10 Schools856 Students16.48% Minority
- 4 Schools446 Students20.96% Minority
- 6 Schools1,109 Students19.97% Minority
- 4 Schools95 Students97.09% Minority
- 3 Schools1,193 Students15.85% Minority
- 5 Schools1,233 Students19.61% Minority
- 1 Schools192 Students9.74% Minority
- 3 Schools256 Students55.17% Minority
- 7 Schools2,110 Students42.83% Minority
- 1 Schools734 Students15.34% Minority
- 4 Schools281 Students8.86% Minority
- 4 Schools258 Students15.09% Minority
- 102 Schools26,267 Students27.83% Minority
- 140 Schools12,056 Students19.80% Minority
- 3 Schools1,612 Students26.96% Minority
- 7 Schools819 Students58.60% Minority
- 73 Schools22,588 Students22.23% Minority
- 1 Schools26 Students96.43% Minority
- 58 Schools4,617 Students44.24% Minority
- 5 Schools2,010 Students10.90% Minority
- 211 Schools67,261 Students33.44% Minority
- 2 Schools228 Students42.86% Minority
- 5 Schools1,189 Students22.90% Minority
- 1 Schools300 Students2.07% Minority
- 10 Schools653 Students27.93% Minority
- 3 Schools852 Students12.84% Minority
- 27 Schools8,865 Students11.46% Minority
- 55 Schools17,852 Students25.95% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students- Minority
- 4 Schools1,028 Students38.03% Minority
- 1 Schools70 Students- Minority
- 43 Schools3,888 Students51.39% Minority
- 21 Schools1,945 Students49.10% Minority
- 49 Schools8,734 Students27.34% Minority
- 117 Schools17,537 Students39.60% Minority
- 39 Schools5,062 Students31.83% Minority
- 5 Schools1,257 Students6.17% Minority
- 3 Schools220 Students61.22% Minority
- 27 Schools7,375 Students33.25% Minority
- 6 Schools2,489 Students22.32% Minority
- 1 Schools147 Students1.68% Minority
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