Top South Carolina Religiously Affiliated Schools

  • For the 2020-21 school year, there are 334 top religiously affiliated private schools in South Carolina (76% of all schools), serving 50,215 students.
  • The most common religiously affiliated schools are Christian (31% of schools), Baptist (28% of schools) and Roman Catholic (10% of schools).

Top South Carolina Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020-21)

  • Religious Affiliation
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 6 Schools
    1,496 Students
    12.59% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    26 Students
    29.17% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    309 Students
    22.04% Minority
  • 92 Schools
    12,250 Students
    13.43% Minority
  • 102 Schools
    16,543 Students
    12.94% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    13 Students
    100.00% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    352 Students
    10.00% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    4,062 Students
    8.45% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    210 Students
    40.22% Minority
  • 4 Schools
    435 Students
    14.60% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    271 Students
    16.36% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    332 Students
    2.92% Minority
  • 16 Schools
    1,877 Students
    13.46% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    537 Students
    9.23% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    28 Students
    - Minority
  • 4 Schools
    169 Students
    31.31% Minority
  • 24 Schools
    3,389 Students
    8.94% Minority
  • 33 Schools
    7,281 Students
    16.66% Minority
  • 12 Schools
    271 Students
    60.18% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    99 Students
    - Minority
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