Top Washington Religiously Affiliated Schools
Annie Wright Schools Photo - Founded in 1884, Annie Wright Schools are nestled in the beautiful North End neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington. Our historic campus includes an indoor pool, two gyms, science and technology labs, art and music studios, theater, outdoor gardens, play areas, athletic fields and open spaces.
Forest Ridge School Of The Sacred Heart Photo - Middle school and high school athletic opportunities abound for anyone: we have a no-cut policy in athletics.
Bellevue Christian School Photo - Bellevue Christian is a thriving independent school with three campuses in Medina, Clyde Hill and Woodinville. We have a 70-year history on Seattle's Eastside, helping prepare students to live faithfully for God. BCS is a unique place where students can find their identity in the Lord, discover their gifts, and learn how they can give themselves away for the Glory
St. Luke School Photo - When your family enters St Luke, you become part of a network of support: a family of teachers and staff that know your child from the time they enter the school, a spectrum of parent groups and organizations that all are focused on the well being and healthy development of your child, and a community of fellow parents .
Cypress Adventist School Photo - We seek to provide a well-rounded educational experience that includes God, study, art, music, athletics and diversity. Cypress is not just a school, we’re a family!
Top Washington Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2021)
- Religious Affiliation# Schools# Students% Minority
- 5 Schools639 Students16.12% Minority
- 1 Schools141 Students- Minority
- 11 Schools3,577 Students28.18% Minority
- 19 Schools1,639 Students11.99% Minority
- 3 Schools85 Students- Minority
- 4 Schools1,183 Students7.34% Minority
- 134 Schools26,683 Students16.48% Minority
- 2 Schools99 Students24.53% Minority
- 3 Schools721 Students38.00% Minority
- 10 Schools684 Students31.12% Minority
- 2 Schools90 Students3.28% Minority
- 3 Schools403 Students85.08% Minority
- 7 Schools650 Students2.42% Minority
- 19 Schools1,973 Students18.36% Minority
- 2 Schools274 Students26.32% Minority
- 8 Schools737 Students15.62% Minority
- 7 Schools512 Students15.03% Minority
- 3 Schools445 Students22.08% Minority
- 104 Schools28,834 Students27.82% Minority
- 41 Schools3,306 Students31.70% Minority
- 9 Schools656 Students26.83% Minority
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