Top Virginia Schools By Membership Association
- For the 2020 school year, there are 65 top school membership associations in Virginia, serving 621 private schools (61% of all schools) and 115,161 students.
- The most popular school membership associations are Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) (18% of schools), Other school association(s) (15% of schools) and Virginia Association of Independent Schools (VAIS) (14% of schools).
Fairfax Christian School Photo - Fairfax Christian School lower school students benefit from exceptional teachers, and advanced curriculum.
Loudoun Country Day School Photo - Middle school students participate in the traditional Blue and Green Games in September after bonding in a week of activities, including using zip lines, rock climbing, and river rafting. The middle school is divided between blue and green teams throughout the year. Here they pose together after a day of outside activities.
Westminster School Photo - The beautiful school sits on a campus of approximately seven acres located in the heart of Fairfax County, just minutes from the beltway.
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.
Massanutten Military Academy Photo - Our newly renovated library and media center is open all day and throughout evening study hours for cadets to use. The entire MMA campus is equipped with high speed wireless to provide classrooms, common areas, and dorm rooms with internet service.
Oakcrest School Photo - Oakcrest School is an independent school for girls in grades 6-12 guided by the teachings of the Catholic Church. For over 40 years, the school has provided an exceptional liberal arts education to girls of all faiths while fulfilling its mission to challenge and inspire its students to thrive in college and throughout their lives. Learn more at Oakcrest.org.
Norfolk Academy Photo - Norfolk Academy is a private, coeducational day school serving students in grades 1-12. Founded in 1728, the school has an exciting history and many traditions that shape the student experience. The most important of these is the student-led Honor System, which shapes school's community of trust.
Virginia Episcopal School Photo - Jett Hall is our main building on the VES campus. This original building, constructed in 1916, is where we welcome guests to campus. It houses our administration, Admissions, Development, Marketing and Business offices, holds classrooms and our Day Student Lounge.
Saint Ann Catholic School Photo - Our small class size means that each student receives more personal attention as well as the individualized educational and spiritual guidance that promotes strong academic and leadership skills.
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.
Blue Ridge School Photo - Snow on campus is a rare treat. But there is enough snow throughout the winter in the local ski resorts to take students skiing several times a week.
Top Virginia Private Schools by Membership Association (2020)
- Membership Association# Schools# Students% Minority
- 14 Schools436 Students30.46% Minority
- 1 Schools119 Students16.50% Minority
- 47 Schools11,879 Students23.47% Minority
- 1 Schools49 Students96.43% Minority
- 28 Schools3,524 Students31.79% Minority
- 63 Schools5,703 Students32.28% Minority
- 8 Schools646 Students16.61% Minority
- 113 Schools19,023 Students22.09% Minority
- 11 Schools1,493 Students52.09% Minority
- 13 Schools2,338 Students14.87% Minority
- 6 Schools1,411 Students37.41% Minority
- 3 Schools394 Students11.37% Minority
- 1 Schools144 Students80.56% Minority
- 1 Schools162 Students9.64% Minority
- 4 Schools814 Students23.58% Minority
- 2 Schools344 Students73.94% Minority
- 4 Schools1,085 Students12.26% Minority
- 6 Schools517 Students36.11% Minority
- 2 Schools114 Students20.00% Minority
- 2 Schools389 Students15.95% Minority
- 9 Schools448 Students61.17% Minority
- 1 Schools60 Students- Minority
- 4 Schools804 Students29.68% Minority
- 3 Schools1,133 Students5.69% Minority
- 1 Schools54 Students11.43% Minority
- 1 Schools193 Students79.22% Minority
- 3 Schools382 Students24.00% Minority
- 2 Schools305 Students87.79% Minority
- 1 Schools409 Students31.74% Minority
- 2 Schools1,944 Students62.50% Minority
- 1 Schools259 Students5.00% Minority
- 71 Schools7,404 Students25.98% Minority
- 2 Schools789 Students21.97% Minority
- 5 Schools2,866 Students9.01% Minority
- 17 Schools6,079 Students16.18% Minority
- 86 Schools31,952 Students16.49% Minority
- 2 Schools63 Students59.57% Minority
- 2 Schools590 Students8.05% Minority
- 11 Schools2,370 Students68.97% Minority
- 2 Schools746 Students40.50% Minority
- 58 Schools20,562 Students22.24% Minority
- 4 Schools277 Students31.32% Minority
- 1 Schools139 Students57.14% Minority
- 8 Schools1,986 Students15.86% Minority
- 7 Schools981 Students42.12% Minority
- 4 Schools356 Students52.50% Minority
- 1 Schools203 Students26.00% Minority
- 1 Schools176 Students7.74% Minority
- 3 Schools169 Students- Minority
- 3 Schools198 Students3.13% Minority
- 3 Schools338 Students92.41% Minority
- 12 Schools511 Students17.91% Minority
- 18 Schools1,411 Students29.37% Minority
- 35 Schools4,489 Students30.92% Minority
- 94 Schools18,380 Students20.89% Minority
- 22 Schools2,925 Students31.94% Minority
- 1 Schools508 Students8.46% Minority
- 2 Schools514 Students9.35% Minority
- 60 Schools24,301 Students16.62% Minority
- 14 Schools4,497 Students20.14% Minority
- 6 Schools543 Students20.60% Minority
- 43 Schools12,169 Students26.42% Minority
- 11 Schools3,303 Students21.52% Minority
- 88 Schools28,501 Students15.78% Minority
- 2 Schools232 Students15.54% Minority
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