Top Rhode Island Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 30 top school membership associations in Rhode Island, serving 121 private schools (64% of all schools) and 20,624 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (27% of schools), National Association for the Education of Young Children (22% of schools) and Other school association(s) (20% of schools).
Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island Photo - At the Jewish Community Day School of RI, our students are connected. We celebrate the individuality of every child within a joyful learning community.
Bishop Hendricken High School Photo - For nearly 60 years, Bishop Hendricken has attracted gifted scholars, artists and athletes. We are proud to provide an outstanding college preparatory education, and to produce young men of conscience and compassion. Join us to learn more!
St Pius V School Photo - Saint Pius V School was founded in 1929 in the Dominican Tradition. Four Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia still administer and teach in the school. The Dominican friars of the Province of Saint Joseph serve Saint Pius V Parish.
Quest Montessori School Photo - Quest students work in the school greenhouse and garden beds to further explore science, biology and mathematics. Middle School students are responsible for more intense management of the greenhouse to support the program micro-business and community sales.
Top Rhode Island Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools90 Students58.57% Minority
- 1 Schools132 Students- Minority
- 8 Schools417 Students13.89% Minority
- 2 Schools371 Students14.73% Minority
- 8 Schools1,465 Students22.90% Minority
- 2 Schools235 Students7.47% Minority
- 1 Schools141 Students9.16% Minority
- 1 Schools3 Students33.33% Minority
- 2 Schools1,115 Students12.56% Minority
- 2 Schools756 Students12.66% Minority
- 27 Schools1,816 Students12.57% Minority
- 2 Schools598 Students19.10% Minority
- 18 Schools7,583 Students14.88% Minority
- 2 Schools330 Students25.91% Minority
- 3 Schools144 Students25.62% Minority
- 1 Schools196 Students25.87% Minority
- 33 Schools9,968 Students17.07% Minority
- 3 Schools921 Students13.11% Minority
- 1 Schools60 Students29.41% Minority
- 1 Schools160 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools280 Students3.59% Minority
- 12 Schools2,895 Students9.60% Minority
- 1 Schools360 Students23.86% Minority
- 5 Schools493 Students35.00% Minority
- 2 Schools205 Students12.90% Minority
- 5 Schools415 Students21.78% Minority
- 24 Schools2,966 Students30.50% Minority
- 7 Schools772 Students18.60% Minority
- 11 Schools1,969 Students17.28% Minority
- 2 Schools588 Students24.30% Minority
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