Top Tennessee Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 410 top religiously affiliated private schools in Tennessee (71% of all schools), serving 81,734 students.
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School Photo - One of the South''''s Most Beautiful High Schools, as chosen by Southern Living magazine, the school''''s 550-acre campus, including forests, bluffs and two lakes, offers abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. A school farm, on-going wetlands study, and LEED Gold science building are just a few of the ways our campus also serves as learning lab.
Briarcrest Christian High School Photo - Beginning at the preschool level, our commitment is to educate the total student, providing a nurturing, balanced, well-rounded educational experience and to help young men and women achieve their full potential in all facets of life. Briarcrest Christian School is a non-denominational, co-educational environment in which the Christian world view and biblical values are taught and practiced in everyday.
Immanuel Lutheran School Photo - Our preschool and kindergarten prepare students for a life of learning. Children are actively involved in centers, circle time, and more.
Top Tennessee Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020-21)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 3 Schools1,475 Students6.58% Minority
- 3 Schools738 Students15.43% Minority
- 73 Schools10,807 Students11.82% Minority
- 133 Schools28,351 Students13.70% Minority
- 19 Schools7,187 Students6.46% Minority
- 4 Schools132 Students75.00% Minority
- 1 Schools51 Students13.33% Minority
- 14 Schools5,879 Students19.95% Minority
- 6 Schools802 Students45.66% Minority
- 6 Schools503 Students6.52% Minority
- 6 Schools968 Students22.40% Minority
- 2 Schools71 Students- Minority
- 12 Schools2,065 Students6.99% Minority
- 14 Schools2,004 Students7.86% Minority
- 17 Schools736 Students9.28% Minority
- 8 Schools2,479 Students5.15% Minority
- 50 Schools14,885 Students20.34% Minority
- 39 Schools2,601 Students33.32% Minority
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