Top South Carolina Schools By Membership Association
For the 2021 school year, there are 46 top school membership associations in South Carolina, serving 295 private schools (67% of all schools) and 55,367 students.
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Top South Carolina Private Schools by Membership Association (2021)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 20 Schools704 Students23.17% Minority
- 23 Schools8,772 Students9.36% Minority
- 55 Schools7,655 Students13.67% Minority
- 6 Schools791 Students37.50% Minority
- 1 Schools71 Students4.29% Minority
- 1 Schools141 Students6.15% Minority
- 32 Schools9,650 Students7.95% Minority
- 2 Schools815 Students15.07% Minority
- 4 Schools619 Students14.86% Minority
- 1 Schools255 Students29.57% Minority
- 2 Schools443 Students9.77% Minority
- 1 Schools100 Students32.33% Minority
- 2 Schools116 Students- Minority
- 7 Schools808 Students14.98% Minority
- 1 Schools52 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools1,296 Students1.38% Minority
- 1 Schools134 Students6.98% Minority
- 1 Schools69 Students9.46% Minority
- 1 Schools1,189 Students- Minority
- 2 Schools256 Students6.76% Minority
- 25 Schools4,317 Students21.03% Minority
- 2 Schools2,056 Students5.39% Minority
- 5 Schools2,214 Students5.24% Minority
- 23 Schools8,984 Students10.60% Minority
- 3 Schools215 Students40.74% Minority
- 2 Schools695 Students8.87% Minority
- 29 Schools6,206 Students18.13% Minority
- 1 Schools756 Students10.58% Minority
- 2 Schools784 Students16.95% Minority
- 1 Schools87 Students100.00% Minority
- 1 Schools143 Students18.00% Minority
- 2 Schools137 Students32.14% Minority
- 3 Schools355 Students7.42% Minority
- 3 Schools418 Students5.56% Minority
- 10 Schools1,079 Students31.32% Minority
- 34 Schools4,429 Students12.88% Minority
- 58 Schools9,762 Students15.32% Minority
- 11 Schools1,047 Students9.04% Minority
- 1 Schools304 Students25.29% Minority
- 5 Schools348 Students19.86% Minority
- 39 Schools16,466 Students8.06% Minority
- 11 Schools4,736 Students9.36% Minority
- 5 Schools744 Students5.20% Minority
- 53 Schools12,954 Students10.74% Minority
- 1 Schools96 Students- Minority
- 13 Schools3,797 Students12.31% Minority
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