Top Tennessee Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020 school year, there are 400 top religiously affiliated private schools in Tennessee (71% of all schools), serving 77,273 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.
Christian Academy Of Knoxville Photo - See dress rehearsal here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRIlo5qNwoY
St Anne Elementary School Photo - Preschool students sit on the steps with Sr. Ancilia Indrati while other students play at recess.
Sacred Heart Cathedral School Photo - Welcome to Sacred Heart Cathedral School in Knoxville, Tennessee, the largest school in the Diocese of Knoxville. We're more than a classroom, we're a community!
Episcopal School Of Knoxville Photo - Athletics at ESK are inclusive and allow kids to experience team sports and learning a new skill in a safe and supportive environment.
Top Tennessee Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 4 Schools768 Students15.28% Minority
- 74 Schools10,932 Students10.90% Minority
- 125 Schools27,119 Students13.33% Minority
- 21 Schools7,820 Students7.07% Minority
- 5 Schools215 Students25.20% Minority
- 1 Schools223 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools51 Students13.33% Minority
- 1 Schools38 Students100.00% Minority
- 12 Schools4,470 Students18.90% Minority
- 5 Schools764 Students50.44% Minority
- 7 Schools645 Students3.55% Minority
- 6 Schools948 Students12.38% Minority
- 3 Schools94 Students0.98% Minority
- 11 Schools1,768 Students32.63% Minority
- 7 Schools824 Students7.14% Minority
- 18 Schools757 Students9.94% Minority
- 10 Schools2,260 Students6.02% Minority
- 50 Schools15,003 Students19.44% Minority
- 39 Schools2,574 Students34.57% Minority
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