Top New York Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2018-19 school year, there are 66 top school membership associations in New York, serving 1298 private schools (62% of all schools) and 351,866 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (33% of schools), Other school association(s) (14% of schools) and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (12% of schools).
The Stony Brook School Photo - The Stony Brook School, founded in 1922, is an independent college preparatory school (grades 7-12) that exists to challenge young men and women to know Jesus Christ as Lord, to love others as themselves, and to grow in knowledge and skill, in order that they may serve the world through their character and leadership. "Character Before Career"
Pine Street School Photo - At Pine Street School, students collaborate across all areas of the curriculum, in two languages - English and either Spanish or Mandarin. Native speakers work alongside non-native speakers with expert teachers supporting. Literacy is central to their work and incorporated into everything they do. Classrooms support project-based inquiry and highly individualized learning for each student.
Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn Photo - Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn's historic Bay Ridge campus is located at 8515 Ridge Boulevard, in the heart of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. .
Winston Preparatory School NY Photo - Winston Prep students participate annually in an all-school Art Show.
Professional Children's School Photo - At Professional Children's School, you don't have to choose between a great education and your dreams.
The Windsor School Photo - Our student body encompasses students from all over the globe. We enroll local and F-1 international students.
Rippowam Cisqua School Photo - Rippowam Cisqua School (Upper Campus): Middle school students seek structured opportunities for adventure and discovery, while still yearning to play freely. A specialized curriculum for ninth graders accelerates their academic and leadership skills. Our new multimillion-dollar Upper Campus, built specifically for students age 11-15, provides the best environment to navigate this dynamic period of academic and emotional development.
Battery Park Montessori Photo - Our small student-teacher ratios provide rich opportunities for personalized learning and one-one-one support from Montessori-certified teachers with years of experience in child development.
Garden School Photo - Garden School is a co-ed, nursery to grade 12, fully-accredited, independent college prep school in Jackson Heights, Queens.
Top New York Private Schools by Membership Association (2018-19)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 28 Schools1,224 Students47.95% Minority
- 14 Schools3,894 Students32.98% Minority
- 1 Schools64 Students96.92% Minority
- 2 Schools592 Students27.73% Minority
- 42 Schools2,111 Students22.74% Minority
- 64 Schools8,585 Students21.16% Minority
- 5 Schools349 Students36.36% Minority
- 1 Schools17 Students- Minority
- 74 Schools8,742 Students43.66% Minority
- 7 Schools739 Students54.75% Minority
- 4 Schools515 Students45.90% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students43.97% Minority
- 7 Schools1,685 Students19.76% Minority
- 4 Schools351 Students40.34% Minority
- 2 Schools243 Students18.52% Minority
- 5 Schools341 Students20.00% Minority
- 6 Schools1,358 Students47.51% Minority
- 5 Schools885 Students72.11% Minority
- 4 Schools585 Students9.84% Minority
- 6 Schools639 Students36.30% Minority
- 6 Schools876 Students46.85% Minority
- 4 Schools1,894 Students29.31% Minority
- 19 Schools1,422 Students93.38% Minority
- 3 Schools911 Students26.32% Minority
- 7 Schools5,015 Students19.65% Minority
- 1 Schools391 Students12.15% Minority
- 2 Schools99 Students3.85% Minority
- 8 Schools1,984 Students59.81% Minority
- 8 Schools4,388 Students27.13% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students13.51% Minority
- 1 Schools340 Students10.27% Minority
- 3 Schools165 Students44.44% Minority
- 96 Schools38,176 Students34.47% Minority
- 84 Schools12,016 Students47.40% Minority
- 1 Schools76 Students2.13% Minority
- 3 Schools878 Students6.99% Minority
- 18 Schools5,735 Students31.07% Minority
- 153 Schools68,003 Students23.63% Minority
- 1 Schools45 Students100.00% Minority
- 2 Schools53 Students- Minority
- 16 Schools2,398 Students58.37% Minority
- 7 Schools2,142 Students33.30% Minority
- 428 Schools146,366 Students41.16% Minority
- 5 Schools860 Students81.54% Minority
- 3 Schools188 Students15.70% Minority
- 7 Schools3,485 Students21.59% Minority
- 1 Schools146 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools980 Students58.79% Minority
- 4 Schools721 Students20.80% Minority
- 100 Schools37,009 Students2.03% Minority
- 1 Schools310 Students100.00% Minority
- 3 Schools2,066 Students17.22% Minority
- 119 Schools41,276 Students25.43% Minority
- 2 Schools532 Students14.17% Minority
- 27 Schools4,816 Students55.63% Minority
- 21 Schools2,181 Students29.31% Minority
- 146 Schools39,733 Students23.15% Minority
- 185 Schools55,566 Students32.16% Minority
- 39 Schools6,724 Students58.66% Minority
- 10 Schools2,975 Students2.83% Minority
- 3 Schools376 Students26.76% Minority
- 55 Schools14,098 Students22.55% Minority
- 16 Schools3,700 Students26.65% Minority
- 13 Schools5,934 Students0.69% Minority
- 2 Schools302 Students8.93% Minority
- 1 Schools60 Students- Minority
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