Religious Schools

 

Learn more about schools that have a religious affiliation. While most are private and charge tuition, some states offer voucher programs or sponsor free Pre-K programs at these schools. Religious schools can range from dozens of students to hundreds, and learn more about choosing the best school for you by reading articles written by education experts and questions from people like you.

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  • Jewish Day School: Is It Right for Your Family?

    They’re not as plentiful as Catholic schools, but at their best, Jewish day schools bring academic rigor to secular, religious, and cultural subjects. But would one of these schools be right for your child?

  • What Being Religious in College Looks Like in 2015

    College is full of many new experiences and discoveries, but there may be some traditions you want to uphold. Learn from a Noodle Expert the ways in which religious students manage their faith when they’re living far from home for the first time.

  • What You Need to Know About the TACHS Exam

    Many Catholic schools use the TACHS, or Test for Admission into Catholic High School, as an important component of the application process. Learn more about how this exam is used and how you can prepare.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: Pacific States

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Pacific states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: Mountain States

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Mountain states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: West South Central

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Gulf (West South Central) states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • Financial Aid for Private Religious Schools

    Religious schools can provide a great education for your child, but their tuition costs can add up. Find out what you can do to make this option more affordable for your family.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: East South Central

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the East South Central states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: South Atlantic

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the South Atlantic states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: The Midwest (West North Central)

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the West North Central states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • Should Your Child Go to Catholic School?

    Are you considering sending your child to a Catholic school? These questions will guide you as you evaluate the fit for your child.

  • Is Religious School the Right Choice for Your Child?

    Religious schools often offer lower student-teacher ratios and stability than public schools. Learn what your child can gain from receiving a sectarian education.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: Mid-Atlantic

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the Mid-Atlantic states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 School Choice Series: New England

    Noodle’s 2015 series provides a state-by-state overview of school choice options. In this article, you'll find descriptions of the available options in each of the New England states, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.

  • 2015 State-by-State Guide to School Choice

    Noodle’s 2015 school choice series provides a state-by-state overview of the options available in every region across the country. You'll find descriptions of the available options, relevant state and regional news items and debates, and resources for further research.