Top Texas Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 1189 top religiously affiliated private schools in Texas (61% of all schools), serving 234,066 students.
Memorial Private High School (6th - 12th) Photo - Every Fall semester students visit Camp Tejas for team building activities.
Cornerstone Christian Schools Photo - Our beautiful 40 acre campus includes over 80 classrooms, including 6 Science Labs, 4 music rooms, 2 art rooms, and 2 libraries. We also have a state of the art Field House, 6 soccer fields, 3 baseball/softball fields, and 2 full sized Football/Soccer fields.
St Jerome Catholic School Photo - Some of our Cheer leading squad with the first Pep Rally sign of the 2014-2015 School Year.
North Dallas Adventist Academy Photo - North Dallas Adventist Academy (NDAA) believes that a strong academic program and family-like environment shouldn't have to cost what a year of college costs. Excellence must be -- and is attainable.
Holy Trinity Catholic School Photo - Holy Trinity Catholic School, where students Learn, Serve, and Lead.
St. Anthony Catholic High School Photo - St. Anthony is the only Catholic High School in San Antonio to partner with Microsoft to launch its Microsoft Innovative Program.
Fort Bend Christian Academy Photo - Teachers and students gather to pray at the annual See You at the Pole event. Along with academic standards, the goals of the school are to exalt Jesus Christ as students learn to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength; to love others as themselves; and to learn to serve God first.
Duchesne Academy Of The Sacred Heart Photo - Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart is Houston's only all-girls' Catholic school offering Pre-K3 through 12th-grade education.
Top Texas Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2020-21)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 8 Schools2,098 Students20.92% Minority
- 1 Schools- Students- Minority
- 19 Schools2,357 Students44.87% Minority
- 147 Schools21,417 Students27.95% Minority
- 1 Schools35 Students- Minority
- 1 Schools101 Students37.50% Minority
- 394 Schools69,886 Students25.79% Minority
- 16 Schools4,666 Students16.17% Minority
- 1 Schools360 Students94.92% Minority
- 5 Schools539 Students47.75% Minority
- 4 Schools292 Students18.00% Minority
- 83 Schools21,727 Students23.03% Minority
- 11 Schools845 Students22.01% Minority
- 2 Schools755 Students11.23% Minority
- 26 Schools5,662 Students75.27% Minority
- 19 Schools3,215 Students8.27% Minority
- 61 Schools11,163 Students21.84% Minority
- 2 Schools261 Students1.38% Minority
- 42 Schools7,169 Students51.31% Minority
- 10 Schools786 Students78.95% Minority
- 3 Schools252 Students18.60% Minority
- 6 Schools294 Students81.98% Minority
- 16 Schools2,542 Students51.69% Minority
- 267 Schools74,712 Students54.26% Minority
- 35 Schools2,434 Students75.14% Minority
- 9 Schools498 Students32.32% Minority
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