Top Ohio Religiously Affiliated Schools
Western Reserve Academy Photo - RESERVE welcome We are a community of educators who are dedicated to developing students with strong character.
Ramah Junior Academy Photo - Ramah has two kindergarten classes. One class is for students who have late birthdays but will turn 5 before December 31st. The second kindergarten class is for students whose birthday falls before July 31st of this year.
Mcauley High School Photo - Our one-of-a-kind Women In Program introduces eligible students to careers in medicine, law, engineering and technology through monthly seminars, discussions, hands-on activities and field trips, and volunteer opportunities. Women In students are awarded credit on their high school transcripts, giving them a "leg up" with competitive universities.
St. Charles Borromeo School Photo - Set in a neighborhood in Kettering, St Charles is a school filled caring leaders and compassionate educators. We are a family!
Liberty Bible Academy Photo - The mission of Liberty Bible Academy Preschool is to provide an academically challenging and developmentally appropriate educational program for young children in a safe, loving, and Christ-centered environment. Children will learn to love God, love others, and love learning. The teachers at LBA Preschool desire to meet each child at their individual point of need in all areas of development.
Top Ohio Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2021)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools187 Students27.43% Minority
- 126 Schools4,307 Students1.05% Minority
- 7 Schools938 Students36.72% Minority
- 40 Schools3,552 Students15.28% Minority
- 5 Schools1,486 Students11.54% Minority
- 2 Schools255 Students6.92% Minority
- 129 Schools23,656 Students24.51% Minority
- 6 Schools728 Students11.53% Minority
- 4 Schools259 Students39.19% Minority
- 13 Schools2,039 Students9.39% Minority
- 1 Schools239 Students59.73% Minority
- 10 Schools1,151 Students5.82% Minority
- 5 Schools581 Students6.21% Minority
- 1 Schools40 Students11.11% Minority
- 10 Schools1,311 Students25.55% Minority
- 18 Schools3,509 Students6.82% Minority
- 2 Schools151 Students47.02% Minority
- 30 Schools4,578 Students25.79% Minority
- 8 Schools1,315 Students7.69% Minority
- 14 Schools1,189 Students16.59% Minority
- 10 Schools612 Students5.41% Minority
- 9 Schools516 Students34.97% Minority
- 2 Schools208 Students5.66% Minority
- 420 Schools136,730 Students18.00% Minority
- 16 Schools1,631 Students72.38% Minority
- 5 Schools319 Students32.32% Minority
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