Top Texas Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2018-19 school year, there are 64 top school membership associations in Texas, serving 1267 private schools (66% of all schools) and 260,578 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (18% of schools), National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) (17% of schools) and Other school association(s) (17% of schools).
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 attainable.
Sugar Land Preparatory Academy Photo - SLP graduates have received acceptance from some of the countries top universities.
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.
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.
The Village School Photo - The Village School has a tradition of rigorous and highly personalized learning paired with hands-on innovative methods of teaching.
St. Jerome Catholic School Photo - Welcome to St. Jerome Catholic School, where we pray, learn and laugh together! Building a strong foundation upon the tradition of our Roman Catholic Faith in a Eucharistic Community, is our main focus. This culture of caring nurtures students from PreK-4 through 8th grade. Please visit us anytime and become a part of the St.
Fellowship Academy Photo - Our beautiful campus, located in Kennedale, very conveniently to Fort Worth, Arlington, Mansfield, Grand Prairie, and other nearby communities.
Wesley Prep Photo - Wesley Prep believes the necessary tools for learning involve highly qualified teachers, appropriate curriculum, project-based learning, teamwork, exploration, problem solving, facts and conceptual learning, small classes that allow teachers to know the individual child, appropriate assessment, and continued student progress.
Top Texas Private Schools by Membership Association (2018-19)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 36 Schools2,364 Students45.93% Minority
- 1 Schools452 Students89.24% Minority
- 105 Schools30,157 Students25.66% Minority
- 1 Schools6 Students- Minority
- 19 Schools2,753 Students28.22% Minority
- 106 Schools14,634 Students40.67% Minority
- 18 Schools2,294 Students29.34% Minority
- 5 Schools641 Students71.43% Minority
- 232 Schools51,066 Students25.84% Minority
- 16 Schools2,243 Students65.67% Minority
- 20 Schools7,154 Students11.55% Minority
- 2 Schools681 Students47.83% Minority
- 2 Schools481 Students10.50% Minority
- 2 Schools185 Students85.06% Minority
- 6 Schools1,050 Students10.56% Minority
- 1 Schools37 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools1,214 Students24.49% Minority
- 4 Schools225 Students26.83% Minority
- 9 Schools884 Students27.30% Minority
- 22 Schools1,436 Students71.37% Minority
- 40 Schools23,243 Students19.42% Minority
- 8 Schools3,319 Students71.39% Minority
- 7 Schools1,128 Students41.55% Minority
- 8 Schools1,973 Students78.84% Minority
- 3 Schools2,656 Students40.34% Minority
- 1 Schools163 Students7.88% Minority
- 1 Schools320 Students22.16% Minority
- 134 Schools17,733 Students36.65% Minority
- 5 Schools3,219 Students23.52% Minority
- 56 Schools15,626 Students20.87% Minority
- 85 Schools40,925 Students24.33% Minority
- 4 Schools832 Students83.02% Minority
- 1 Schools212 Students95.43% Minority
- 13 Schools1,391 Students35.04% Minority
- 4 Schools1,469 Students50.61% Minority
- 215 Schools61,190 Students55.55% Minority
- 22 Schools6,294 Students17.61% Minority
- 3 Schools148 Students77.94% Minority
- 9 Schools2,420 Students23.35% Minority
- 4 Schools664 Students38.65% Minority
- 10 Schools1,627 Students35.56% Minority
- 15 Schools3,089 Students18.17% Minority
- 4 Schools2,171 Students15.30% Minority
- 2 Schools208 Students9.77% Minority
- 1 Schools31 Students28.57% Minority
- 16 Schools2,842 Students37.12% Minority
- 1 Schools90 Students18.37% Minority
- 11 Schools2,057 Students33.86% Minority
- 43 Schools4,690 Students35.79% Minority
- 129 Schools30,982 Students38.28% Minority
- 212 Schools43,534 Students43.33% Minority
- 60 Schools11,511 Students35.37% Minority
- 5 Schools1,564 Students9.80% Minority
- 123 Schools36,733 Students32.16% Minority
- 2 Schools602 Students13.82% Minority
- 26 Schools5,835 Students34.18% Minority
- 55 Schools18,786 Students20.64% Minority
- 73 Schools20,011 Students33.55% Minority
- 39 Schools13,110 Students46.61% Minority
- 42 Schools12,073 Students31.68% Minority
- 8 Schools3,045 Students29.32% Minority
- 4 Schools658 Students11.82% Minority
- 3 Schools439 Students10.06% Minority
- 1 Schools98 Students48.00% Minority
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