Top New York Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 68 top school membership associations in New York, serving 1277 private schools (62% of all schools) and 340,176 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (32% of schools), Other school association(s) (14% of schools) and National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (12% of schools).
The Windsor School Photo - Our student body encompasses students from all over the globe. We enroll local and F-1 international students.
Winston Preparatory School NY Photo - Winston Prep students participate annually in an all-school Art Show.
Lawrence Woodmere Academy Photo - Lawrence Woodmere Academy (LWA"), founded in 1912, is an elite Pre-K through 12, non-sectarian, private, College Preparatory School located in Woodmere, NY.
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"
Friends Academy Photo - Our 65-acre campus is designed to provide students with both a serene and stimulating backdrop thatenriches their educational experience. Our expansive athletic fields and state-of-the-art theater foster our creative spirit and fuel our competitive edge. At the center of our academic buildings lies our beautiful Quad, which is a gathering point for our entire community.
THINK Global School Photo - Our time in Greece included a week-long recreation of Homer's The Odyssey
Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn Photo - Pride, Tradition, Spirit and Excellence are the cornerstone of an Adelphi Academy of Brooklyn education.
Top New York Private Schools by Membership Association (2020-21)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 29 Schools2,003 Students30.33% Minority
- 17 Schools5,331 Students37.59% Minority
- 1 Schools68 Students97.10% Minority
- 2 Schools492 Students35.66% Minority
- 41 Schools2,051 Students28.47% Minority
- 60 Schools7,947 Students21.69% Minority
- 6 Schools404 Students71.57% Minority
- 1 Schools17 Students- Minority
- 73 Schools8,206 Students47.05% Minority
- 7 Schools758 Students52.62% Minority
- 4 Schools545 Students9.76% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students43.97% Minority
- 7 Schools1,525 Students20.02% Minority
- 3 Schools324 Students41.28% Minority
- 2 Schools202 Students21.39% Minority
- 5 Schools371 Students20.06% Minority
- 5 Schools1,253 Students53.75% Minority
- 5 Schools783 Students74.35% Minority
- 4 Schools617 Students9.84% Minority
- 6 Schools639 Students36.30% Minority
- 5 Schools754 Students58.36% Minority
- 4 Schools1,791 Students28.96% Minority
- 19 Schools1,315 Students93.20% Minority
- 3 Schools937 Students26.32% Minority
- 7 Schools4,746 Students16.23% Minority
- 3 Schools1,229 Students14.21% Minority
- 2 Schools99 Students3.85% Minority
- 9 Schools2,201 Students64.00% Minority
- 8 Schools4,341 Students28.08% Minority
- 1 Schools45 Students22.22% Minority
- 1 Schools340 Students10.27% Minority
- 3 Schools158 Students44.44% Minority
- 94 Schools36,030 Students34.00% Minority
- 86 Schools12,249 Students48.43% Minority
- 1 Schools76 Students2.13% Minority
- 3 Schools823 Students9.05% Minority
- 17 Schools5,655 Students32.63% Minority
- 157 Schools67,056 Students23.41% Minority
- 1 Schools45 Students100.00% Minority
- 3 Schools135 Students6.67% Minority
- 15 Schools2,136 Students59.01% Minority
- 7 Schools2,025 Students37.23% Minority
- 405 Schools134,216 Students41.81% Minority
- 5 Schools763 Students78.01% Minority
- 2 Schools39 Students18.75% Minority
- 7 Schools3,648 Students25.28% Minority
- 1 Schools156 Students- Minority
- 6 Schools976 Students64.31% Minority
- 4 Schools704 Students20.80% Minority
- 101 Schools35,787 Students3.04% Minority
- 1 Schools328 Students56.44% Minority
- 3 Schools2,165 Students17.22% Minority
- 121 Schools42,319 Students26.20% Minority
- 2 Schools532 Students14.17% Minority
- 26 Schools4,594 Students57.43% Minority
- 19 Schools1,852 Students30.48% Minority
- 146 Schools39,525 Students21.90% Minority
- 181 Schools53,193 Students37.72% Minority
- 39 Schools6,504 Students60.27% Minority
- 9 Schools2,197 Students2.18% Minority
- 1 Schools256 Students16.46% Minority
- 3 Schools397 Students38.82% Minority
- 59 Schools13,330 Students25.75% Minority
- 17 Schools3,547 Students26.74% Minority
- 14 Schools5,294 Students0.61% Minority
- 2 Schools317 Students9.06% Minority
- 1 Schools60 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools400 Students99.77% Minority
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