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Unduplicated Public Secondary Schools 21,988
LIST "M" Catholic Elementary (K-8) 6,527
LIST "N" Catholic HS (9-12) 1,182
LIST "Q" Other Non-public Elem (K-8) 4,098
LIST "R" Other Non-public Secondary (9-12) 713
LIST "S" Non-public Comb. Schools (K-12) 2,746**
** 2,685 Non-public schools (9-12) can be selected from list"S" to increase "R" count.
No Duplication. Schools appearing in one list do not appear again in another list.

STATE ZIP M N Q R S STATE ZIP M N Q R S
Alabama 350-369 39 7 40 4 98   Montana 590-599 17 3 7 2 5
Alaska 995-999 3 3 7 0 8   Nebraska 680-693 98 24 51 3 13
Arizona 850-865 43 10 55 16 11   Nevada 890-898 11 2 12 1 7
Arkansas 716-729 31 4 2 3 33   New Hampshire 030-038 25 5 10 16 13
California 900-961 585 113 786 102 251   New Jersey 070-089 346  71 120 24 51
Colorado 800-816 47 10 58 13 39  New Mexico 870-884 31 2 124 17
Connecticut 060-069 118 25 33 2424   New York 100-149 663 126 284 70 173
Delaware 197-199 24 6 7 1 15   No. Carolina 270-289 30 349 9 151
Dist. Columbia 200-20523 5 16 6 7   No. Dakota 580-588 26 1 2 2 6
Florida 200-205 173 33 294 12 218   Ohio 430-458 428 77 130 14 79
Georgia 320-349 33 12 65 11 161   Oklahoma 730-749 29 4 23 4 23
Hawaii 300-319 25 6 31 8 18   Oregon 970-979 44 10 46 15 35
Idaho 832-838 12 1 11 4 11   Pennsylvania 150-196 558 88 138 34 130
Illinois 600-629 476 77 229 25 71   Rhode Island 028-029 46 9 10 5 6
Indiana 460-479 171 21 82 13 53   So. Carolina 290-299 24 2 35 3 84
Iowa 500-528 111 22 34 4 16   So. Dakota 570-577 23 4 11 4 3
Kansas 660-679 93 17 25 3 20   Tennessee 370-385 35 10 70 16 71
Kentucky 400-427 113 21 34 1 40   Texas 750-799 36 41 211 23 166
Louisiana 700-714 165 44 65 5 72   Utah 840-847 8 2 8 6 9
Maine 039-049 18 3 2 16 8   Vermont 050-059 112 212 3
Maryland 206-219 133 33 91 14 78   Virginia 220-246 60 14 65 23 86
Massachusetts 010-027 194 49 87 43 33   Washington 980-994 80 12 102 15 47
Michigan 480-499 43 55 196 27 85   W. Virginia 247-268 26 8 6 1 21
Minnesota 550-567 188 20 85 13 32   Wisconsin 530-549 33827 238 21 34
Mississippi 386-397 27 22 25 5 76   Wyoming 820-831 6 1 1 1 4
Missouri 630-658 244 42 78 13 35  
TOTAL 6,527 1,182 4,098 713 2,746

1. Non - Public Enrollment Size
ENROLLMENT "M" "N" "Q" "S"
Under    200 2,046 139 2,160    926
201 - 500 3,636 480 1,617 1,141
501 - 750    634 251    195    341
751 - 1,000    103 175      38    179
Over    1,000      21 125      37    129
Finer breakouts if needed
 
2. Bilingual Area Non-Public Schools
Census data shows the following secondary schools with a large concentration of Spanish-American population
% POPULATION "M" "N" "Q" "S"
Under    05%  3,622 646 1,802 1,573
05% - 10%     698 116    557    316
10% - 15%     403   99    299    175
Over    15%  1,805   321 1,441    683
 
3. Black Area Non-Public Schools
Census data shows the following secondary schools with a large area concentration of black population.
% POPULATION "M" "N" "Q" "S"
Under    05% 3,038 457 1,737   999
05% - 10%    739 149    484   328
10% - 15%    469   87    340   220
Over    15% 2,282 489 1,538 1,200
 
4. Title 1 Eligibility Schools
Over 6,500,000 students from low income areas participate in ECIA Title 1 programs.
% POVERTY "M" "N" "Q" "S"
Under    05% 1,379 237    671    355
05% - 10% 1,248 190    605    333
10% - 15%    605   96    315    208
 15% - 20%    234   39    128    141
 Over 20% 3,035 607 2,291 1,635
 
5. Urban/Rural Non-Public Schools
TYPE "M" "N" "Q" "S"
Urban 5,591 1,071 3,558 2,131
Rural   880      99    472    554