Top Pennsylvania Religiously Affiliated Schools

  • For the 2020 school year, there are 1354 top religiously affiliated private schools in Pennsylvania (63% of all schools), serving 223,449 students.
  • The most common religiously affiliated schools are Roman Catholic (38% of schools), Christian (16% of schools) and Mennonite (11% of schools).

Top Pennsylvania Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020)

  • Religious Affiliation
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 1 Schools
    48 Students
    93.75% Minority
  • 148 Schools
    3,696 Students
    0.49% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    20 Students
    88.24% Minority
  • 14 Schools
    2,020 Students
    24.79% Minority
  • 75 Schools
    6,165 Students
    15.45% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    996 Students
    9.60% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    23 Students
    - Minority
  • 216 Schools
    25,678 Students
    25.29% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    241 Students
    - Minority
  • 6 Schools
    449 Students
    31.71% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    77 Students
    25.37% Minority
  • 8 Schools
    502 Students
    4.79% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    2,308 Students
    27.15% Minority
  • 29 Schools
    7,927 Students
    21.34% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    178 Students
    - Minority
  • 15 Schools
    1,323 Students
    84.06% Minority
  • 41 Schools
    4,976 Students
    2.37% Minority
  • 14 Schools
    1,401 Students
    27.24% Minority
  • 149 Schools
    10,826 Students
    9.00% Minority
  • 26 Schools
    2,844 Students
    11.08% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    1,961 Students
    10.51% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    333 Students
    12.20% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    248 Students
    84.86% Minority
  • 11 Schools
    1,436 Students
    14.56% Minority
  • 512 Schools
    145,870 Students
    19.73% Minority
  • 18 Schools
    841 Students
    78.20% Minority
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