Top Rhode Island Schools By Membership Association
For the 2021 school year, there are 28 top school membership associations in Rhode Island, serving 117 private schools (64% of all schools) and 18,979 students.
The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (26% of schools), National Association for the Education of Young Children (22% of schools) and Other school association(s) (21% of schools).
Jewish Community Day School Of Rhode Island Photo - At the Jewish Community Day School of RI, our students are active! This means that we're often taking our learning outside and hopping on our bus for a field trip. We see the world beyond our school walls as part of our classroom.
The Prout School Photo - The Prout School is a Catholic coeducational college-preparatory school educating students in southern Rhode Island for more than 50 years.
St. Pius V School Photo - Saint Pius V School is committed to the flourishing of the whole child: physically, spiritually, emotionally, socially, and intellectually. Each child is a gift from God that we want to guide to their full God-given potential.
Rocky Hill School Photo - Middle School students take part in Enviroweek the first week of each school year which includes an Eighth Grade camping trip to Mt. Monadnock. The lessons learned and relationships built during this time lay the foundation for a great year.
Bishop Hendricken High School Photo - Students have access to the most up-to-date technology and tools to enhance their learning experience. From the Cisco Academy to CyberPatriots, Robotics, and the Programming Team, students have access to the training needed for pursuing STEM-related fields in college.
Top Rhode Island Private Schools by Membership Association (2021)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools90 Students58.57% Minority
- 8 Schools399 Students16.67% Minority
- 2 Schools371 Students14.73% Minority
- 8 Schools1,493 Students25.43% Minority
- 2 Schools235 Students7.47% Minority
- 1 Schools141 Students9.16% Minority
- 1 Schools753 Students12.58% Minority
- 2 Schools756 Students12.66% Minority
- 26 Schools1,519 Students11.95% Minority
- 2 Schools607 Students19.10% Minority
- 17 Schools6,975 Students14.54% Minority
- 2 Schools330 Students25.91% Minority
- 3 Schools153 Students28.00% Minority
- 1 Schools196 Students25.87% Minority
- 30 Schools9,163 Students17.68% Minority
- 3 Schools876 Students15.85% Minority
- 1 Schools60 Students36.84% Minority
- 1 Schools160 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools280 Students3.59% Minority
- 15 Schools3,031 Students11.06% Minority
- 1 Schools360 Students23.86% Minority
- 5 Schools502 Students35.71% Minority
- 2 Schools198 Students20.41% Minority
- 5 Schools403 Students26.03% Minority
- 24 Schools2,882 Students29.87% Minority
- 7 Schools635 Students19.70% Minority
- 11 Schools2,301 Students21.92% Minority
- 2 Schools588 Students24.30% Minority
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