Top Virginia Religiously Affiliated Schools
- For the 2018-19 school year, there are 512 top religiously affiliated private schools in Virginia (50% of all schools), serving 89,040 students.
St. Stephens and St. Agnes School Photo - Lower School Campus, Grades JK-5: Learn more about our Lower School program at http://www.sssas.org/lower
Fairfax Christian School Photo - Fairfax Christian School lower school students benefit from exceptional teachers, and advanced curriculum.
Saint Ann Catholic School Photo - The Saint Ann Junior CYO Athletic Program provides athletic opportunities to students in all grades. In addition to providing a variety of team sports opportunities, our program is also committed to teaching Saint Ann students about sportsmanship, teamwork and goal achievement, all within the principles of Christianity.
Roanoke Catholic School Photo - A look over the Roanoke Catholic School campus and the surrounding area. Roanoke is located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains and has the perfect balance between city and nature.
Virginia Academy Photo - Virginia Academy, a ministry of Community Church, is located in the heart of Loudoun County on Route 7. Our 100,000 square foot facility houses 32 classrooms including two science labs, a digital resource lab, as well as an 800 seat main auditorium, 4 multipurpose multi-media activity rooms, cafeteria, and administrative offices.
Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy Photo - A diploma from SMLCA is truly a prize worth working towards.
St Catherines School Photo - While St. Catherine's believes single sex education is the ideal learning environment, we also know that men and women will live and work together for the rest of their lives. The school works closely with St. Christopher's to provide a Coordinate Program in the Upper School.
Stanley Seventh-day Adventist School Photo - Hands-on activities spark a love of learning at Stanley SDA School
Top Virginia Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2018-19)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 1 Schools291 Students- Minority
- 10 Schools1,096 Students55.80% Minority
- 102 Schools13,171 Students29.01% Minority
- 1 Schools18 Students14.29% Minority
- 160 Schools22,495 Students23.91% Minority
- 3 Schools274 Students7.85% Minority
- 6 Schools475 Students33.33% Minority
- 3 Schools119 Students95.92% Minority
- 4 Schools650 Students35.04% Minority
- 34 Schools9,936 Students13.96% Minority
- 4 Schools865 Students8.41% Minority
- 3 Schools503 Students21.76% Minority
- 7 Schools1,569 Students87.66% Minority
- 8 Schools695 Students8.24% Minority
- 10 Schools1,252 Students49.36% Minority
- 13 Schools1,242 Students5.76% Minority
- 11 Schools1,608 Students42.84% Minority
- 4 Schools440 Students24.17% Minority
- 1 Schools12 Students16.67% Minority
- 12 Schools515 Students51.92% Minority
- 6 Schools768 Students7.25% Minority
- 89 Schools28,141 Students21.52% Minority
- 18 Schools2,740 Students51.77% Minority
- 2 Schools165 Students44.60% Minority
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