Private Schools in the Memphis Area
The private schools in the Memphis area cater to every educational need and parent philosophy. This is KidsOutAndAbout's list.
View our Special Edition Memphis Private School Newsletter sent in November 2023.
If there is a private school that we have missed in our list below, please email us to let us know, and we'll add it promptly. Thank you!
St. Dominic School for BoysOutstanding Boys School in Memphis
Since 1956, St. Dominic School has prepared boys to become young men of integrity, young men of faith, and young men prepared for their next step in life. The bonds of brotherhood begin here - a place where boys can learn, grow and boldly pursue their best selves. St. Dominic School is the leading private, Catholic school for boys in Memphis in PK2-8th grade. Contact Lisa Jones at email@example.com, or call 901-435-5818, for more information and to schedule a tour.
St. Agnes Academy for GirlsOutstanding Catholic Girls School in Memphis
Inspired by the courageous women who founded St. Agnes Academy in 1851, a St. Agnes girl is tenacious in the pursuit of her dreams. With caring and knowledgable educators at her side and with God's light consistently guiding her, a St. Agnes girl is empowered, confident and prepared for her future. Find out more about this outstanding Catholic school for girls in grades PK2-12 and what a St. Agnes Academy education can do for your daughter. Contact Maggie Glaser at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 901-435-5819 for more information and to schedule a tour.
Woodland Presbyterian School
Since 1956, Woodland Presbyterian School, a 2K-8th grade independent school in the heart of Memphis, has strived to teach the whole child: academically, spiritually (Christ-centered), creatively, socially, and emotionally. While academics are the primary focus, students are also prepared to be productive members of society. A co-educational environment prepares Woodland students to work with, solve problems with, and communicate with people who think differently, process information differently, and interact differently than themselves. Co-education encourages collaboration among girls and boys and students are exposed to a "real-world environment." Embracing academic excellence, spiritual development, social consciousness, community collaboration, and a positive self-concept is Woodland's mission for each child.