Top Pennsylvania Religiously Affiliated Schools
Delaware Valley Friends School Photo - Delaware Valley Friends School is a national leader in the field of educating students (grades 1-12) with dyslexia, dysgraphia, executive function disorders, ADHD, and other learning differences located in the Philadelphia area.
St. Aloysius Academy Photo - St. Aloysius Academy has a dedicated, robust program of leadership and service. The students are dedicated to our PAWS program - Peace, Awareness, Witness and Service as seen in the daily recitation of the PAWS Pledge when they promise to "respect and enjoy each other's differences and talents." The Leadership Council plans many service projects for all to participate.
Westtown School Photo - The Westtown School campus includes 600 acres of land, a 14-acre lake with beach and boathouse and an arboretum and natural forest.
Friends' Central School Photo - Friends' Central School is an independent, coeducational, Quaker, college-preparatory day school for Nursery through grade 12 students. Located on 41 acres across two campuses in Wynnewood, Pa., Friends' Central cultivates the intellectual, spiritual, and ethical promise of students. Since 1845, Friends' Central has been educating for excellence, inspiring tomorrow's leaders, honoring each individual, and encouraging students to peacefully transform the world.
The Nativity School Of Harrisburg Photo - Nativity teachers ready to give out awards at Camp Shekillemy.
St. John The Evangelist Catholic School Photo - Our Blessed Mother and her son, Jesus, are at the heart of all instruction and activities at St. John Catholic School.
Top Pennsylvania Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2021)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 7 Schools780 Students11.30% Minority
- 83 Schools2,042 Students1.94% Minority
- 1 Schools24 Students88.24% Minority
- 13 Schools1,890 Students22.16% Minority
- 74 Schools6,029 Students17.69% Minority
- 14 Schools1,421 Students26.12% Minority
- 2 Schools315 Students35.58% Minority
- 203 Schools24,578 Students26.51% Minority
- 2 Schools239 Students- Minority
- 4 Schools205 Students78.72% Minority
- 3 Schools125 Students39.19% Minority
- 8 Schools461 Students5.60% Minority
- 11 Schools2,228 Students34.66% Minority
- 10 Schools1,166 Students17.00% Minority
- 27 Schools7,108 Students21.40% Minority
- 2 Schools132 Students- Minority
- 13 Schools911 Students81.66% Minority
- 47 Schools6,026 Students2.63% Minority
- 14 Schools1,371 Students25.75% Minority
- 146 Schools9,576 Students11.40% Minority
- 23 Schools2,625 Students9.50% Minority
- 20 Schools2,328 Students8.63% Minority
- 2 Schools267 Students- Minority
- 9 Schools314 Students47.78% Minority
- 9 Schools982 Students15.98% Minority
- 487 Schools137,160 Students20.56% Minority
- 19 Schools843 Students78.50% Minority
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