List of schools in Louisville, Kentucky


List of schools in Louisville, Kentucky

Because of the size and diversity of the population of Louisville, Kentucky, there are a large number of schools in a number of different school systems, both public and private. This list of schools in Louisville, Kentucky, attempts to list the educational institutions in Louisville, as well as some post-secondary institutions in the surrounding metropolitan area.

Public schools

:"See also Jefferson County Public Schools"

Private schools

Combined elementary and high schools

*The Academy for Individual Excellence (Nonsectarian) (PK-12)
*Beth Haven Christian School (Baptist) (PK-12)
*Christian Academy of Louisville (Christian) (K-12)
*Covenant Christian Academy (Christian) (K-12)
*Evangel Christian School (Assembly of God) (K-12)
*Families For Christ Christian Academy (Christian) (1-12)
*Highlands Latin School (Christian, Classical) (K-12)
*Kentucky Country Day School (Nonsectarian) (K-12)
*Landmark Christian Academy (Baptist) (K-12)
*Louisville Collegiate School (Nonsectarian) (K-12)
*Louisville Junior Academy (Seventh-day Adventist) (K-10)
*M I C A H School (Baptist) (PK-11)
*Northside Christian School (Baptist) (K-12)
*Pitt Academy (Catholic) (K-12)
*Portland Christian School (Christian) (K-12)
*Walden School (Nonsectarian) (K-12)
*Whitefield Academy (Baptist) (formerly Highview Baptist School) (PK-12)

Elementary schools

*Ascension Elementary School (Catholic)
*The Chance School (Nonsectarian)
*Community Catholic Elementary School (Catholic)
*The De Paul School (Nonsectarian)
*Eastside Christian Academy (Christian)
*Eliahu Academy (Jewish)
*Friends School (Nonsectarian)
*Hayfield Montessori School (Nonsectarian)
*Holy Family Elementary School (Catholic)
*Holy Spirit Elementary School (Catholic)
*Holy Trinity Parish School (Catholic)
*Louisville Deaf Oral School (Nonsectarian)
*Meredith-Dunn School (Nonsectarian)
*Emma Minnis SDA School (Seventh-day Adventist)
*Montessori School of Louisville
*Mother of Good Counsel Elementary School (Catholic)
*Notre Dame Academy Elementary School (Catholic)
*Our Lady of Lourdes Elementary School (Catholic)
*Pope John Paul II Academy (Catholic)
*Prospect Latin School (Christian, Private)
*Sacred Heart Model School (Catholic)
*St. Agnes Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Albert the Great Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Andrew Academy (Catholic)
*St. Athanasius Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Bernard Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Denis Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Edward Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Francis of Assisi Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Gabriel Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Helen Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. James Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Lawrence Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Leonard Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Margaret Mary Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Martha Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Michael Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Nicholas Academy (Catholic)
*St. Patrick Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Paul Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Raphael Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Rita Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Rose Elementary School (Catholic)
*St. Stephen Martyr Elementary School (Catholic)
*Summit Academy Of Greater Louisville (Nonsectarian)
*Thomas Merton Academy (Catholic)
*Waldorf School Of Louisville (Nonsectarian)

High schools

*Assumption High School (Catholic, female only)
*Christian Educational Consortium (Christian) (6-12)
*DeSales High School (Catholic, male only)
*Holy Cross High School (Catholic, co-educational)
*Mercy Academy (Catholic, female only)
*Presentation Academy (Catholic, female only)
*Sacred Heart Academy (Catholic, female only)
*St. Francis High School (Nonsectarian)
*St. Xavier High School (Catholic, male only)
*Trinity High School (Catholic, male only)


=Colleges and universities [http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation/Search.asp] Accredited by the United States Department of Education] =

Public institutions ranked by highest degree offered

*University of Louisville (Highest degree offered is Doctorate)
*Indiana University Southeast (Located in nearby New Albany, Indiana, highest degree offered is Master's)
*Jefferson Community and Technical College (Highest degree offered is Associate's)
*Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana (Located in nearby Sellersburg, Indiana, highest degree offered is Associate's)

Private institutions offering four year (or more) degrees

*Bellarmine University (Not-for-profit, Catholic)
*Indiana Wesleyan University (Not-for-profit, Wesleyan, Louisville Campus)
*ITT Technical Institute (For-profit)
*Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Not-for-profit, Presbyterian)
*McKendree University (Not-for-profit, Louisville Campus)
*Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Not-for-profit, Baptist)
*Spalding University (Not-for-profit, Catholic)
*Sullivan University (For-profit)
*University of Phoenix (For-profit, Louisville Campus)
*Webster University (Not-for-profit, Louisville Campus)

Private institutions offering two year degrees

*Brown Mackie College (For-profit, primary school in Kansas)
*Daymar College (For-profit)
*Donta School of Beauty Culture (For-profit)
*Louisville Technical Institute (For-profit)
*National College of Business and Technology (For-profit)
*Spencerian College (For-profit)
*The Hair Design School (For-profit)
*Trend Setters Academy of Louisville (For-profit)

External links

* [http://www.archlou.org/archlou/schools Archdiocese of Louisville Schools]
* [http://www.jefferson.k12.ky.us Jefferson County Public Schools]
* [http://www.privateschoolreview.com/county_private_schools/stateid/KY/county/21111 Private School Review website]

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