Top South Carolina Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 47 top school membership associations in South Carolina, serving 291 private schools (68% of all schools) and 53,474 students.
Heritage Christian Academy Photo - Heritage Christian Academy is Christian in philosophy and practice while classical in approach and methodology. With small class sizes and rigorous curriculum, Heritage Christian Academy prepares children to live purposefully and intelligently as they pursue the individual calling God has given them.
Ashley Hall School Photo - Founded in 1909 in Charleston, SC, Ashley Hall's mission is to produce educated women who are independent, ethically responsible and prepared to meet the challenges of society with confidence, and is met through a rewarding academic program. With a student body ages 2-12th grade, Ashley Hall offers a curriculum beautifully tailored to the learning styles of girls. Visit www.ashleyhall.org.
Charleston Christian School Photo - Take a peek into our classroom and call to schedule a tour today.
North Myrtle Beach Christian School Photo - North Myrtle Beach Christian SchoolHome of the Stallions"Transforming Students, Impacting the World"
St Francis Xavier High School Photo - Our students are encouraged to particpate in all sports we offer.
First Presbyterian Academy Photo - Our teachers are dedicated to a loving, Christ-centered environment.
Top South Carolina Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 17 Schools610 Students19.85% Minority
- 21 Schools7,949 Students8.18% Minority
- 49 Schools7,026 Students13.16% Minority
- 7 Schools797 Students23.33% Minority
- 1 Schools63 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools120 Students10.53% Minority
- 32 Schools9,265 Students8.32% Minority
- 3 Schools879 Students17.12% Minority
- 4 Schools661 Students9.60% Minority
- 1 Schools255 Students29.57% Minority
- 4 Schools504 Students13.44% Minority
- 1 Schools68 Students2.35% Minority
- 1 Schools99 Students32.33% Minority
- 2 Schools167 Students5.00% Minority
- 6 Schools785 Students13.46% 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
- 24 Schools3,659 Students25.86% Minority
- 2 Schools1,983 Students5.39% Minority
- 7 Schools2,389 Students5.19% Minority
- 23 Schools9,124 Students9.37% Minority
- 3 Schools27 Students46.15% Minority
- 2 Schools698 Students8.28% Minority
- 28 Schools5,978 Students14.97% Minority
- 1 Schools170 Students5.32% Minority
- 1 Schools682 Students7.20% Minority
- 1 Schools480 Students12.16% Minority
- 1 Schools91 Students35.62% Minority
- 1 Schools127 Students4.29% Minority
- 1 Schools50 Students9.52% Minority
- 2 Schools217 Students7.54% Minority
- 3 Schools410 Students5.86% Minority
- 10 Schools949 Students23.46% Minority
- 31 Schools3,759 Students11.88% Minority
- 56 Schools9,293 Students15.41% Minority
- 10 Schools1,168 Students29.14% Minority
- 5 Schools345 Students19.00% Minority
- 38 Schools16,007 Students7.59% Minority
- 9 Schools4,402 Students7.39% Minority
- 5 Schools692 Students5.20% Minority
- 52 Schools12,905 Students9.81% Minority
- 1 Schools92 Students5.56% Minority
- 13 Schools3,452 Students11.57% Minority
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