National Schools Directories

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ADHD Schools: Independent, Day and Boarding Schools offering services for Children with ADD, ADHD.

Adult Schools : Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Education Development (GED), High School Completion (HSC), English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Literacy Programs, Adult High Schools, College Transition Programs (CT), Adult Secondary Education (ASE), Employment Preparation Education (EPE), Welfare Education Program (WEP), Night Schools, Community Schools, External Diploma Program (EDP), Workplace Literacy (WPL), Learning Disability (LD)

All Boys Schools: Alternative Schools, Boarding Schools, Catholic Schools, Charter Schools, Jewish Schools, Military Schools, Special Education Schools, Therapeutic Schools.

All Girls Schools: Alternative Schools, Boarding Schools, Catholic Schools, Charter Schools, Jewish Schools, Military Schools, Special Education Schools, Therapeutic Schools.

Alternative Schools: Democratic Schools, Krishnamurti Schools, Reggio Emilia Schools, Progressive Schools, Sudbury Schools

Armenian Schools: K-12 Armenian Schools in the United States.

Alternative Programs: At Risk, Alternative Classrooms, School within-a-school, Juvenile Justice Centers, Conflict Resolution Training, Substance Abuse Prevention, Emotional, Eating Disorder, Sexual Abuse, Homeless Education, Summer School, Life Skills Training, Dropout Prevention, GED Classes, Teen & Pregnant Mothers\

American Schools: Overseas and International Schools offering U.S. curriculum.

Augustinian Schools: K-12 Schools founded or administered by the Augustinian Family, including the Order of Saint Augustine, Order of Augustinian Recollects and others.

Autism Schools: A mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by great difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts.

Baptist Schools: K-12 Baptist Schools in the United States.

Benedictine Schools: K-12 Catholic Benedictine Schools in the United States.

BIE Schools / Burea of Indian Education Schools: The BIE school system has 184 elementary and secondary schools and dormitories located on 63 reservations in 23 states, including seven off-reservation boarding schools and 122 schools directly controlled by tribes and tribal school boards under contracts or grants with the BIE. The bureau also funds 66 residential programs for students at 52 boarding schools and at 14 dormitories housing those attending nearby tribal or public schools.

Bilingual Immersion Programs: Two-Way Bilingual Immersion Programs in the United States.

Blind Schools:Nonpublic and State run Public Schools offering services for students with Visual Impairment.

Boarding Schools: Military Schools, Boarding Schools, Boys' Schools, Girls' Schools, Junior Boarding Schools & Christian Boarding Schools.

Catholic Schools: Day, Boarding, Day & Boarding, Male, Female, Co-ed, Mixed PreK-12th Grade Catholic Schools.

Charter Schools : Art-Based Schools, Core Knowledge Schools, Montessori Schools, Special Needs Schools, Virtual/Cyber Schools, Vocational Schools

Chinese Schools: K-12 Chinese Schools in the United States.

Classical Christian Schools: Classical, Christian schools provide the best possible education to help every child reach their God-given potential.

Classical Lutheran Schools: K-12 Classical Lutheran Schools in the United States.

Christian Brothers Schools: The Congregation of Christian Brothers is a worldwide religious community within the Catholic Church, founded by Edmund Rice

Christian Schools: Day, Boarding, Classical, Day & Boarding, Male, Female, Co-ed, Mixed PreK-12th Grade Christian Schools.

Cristo Rey Schools: Cristo Rey Schools are a Network of Catholic Schools for low-income families for post-secondary educational opportunities. Cristo Rey schools admit students of all faiths and cultures, and on average 40% of Cristo Rey students are not Catholic.

Community Schools: Community schools offer a personalized curriculum that emphasizes real-world learning and community problem-solving. Schools become centers of the community and are open to everyone - all day, every day, evenings and weekends.

Country Day Schools: K-12 Private Country Day Schools.

Deaf Schools: Education of students with a variety of hearing levels which addresses their differences and individual needs.

Democratic Schools: Democratic education is an educational ideal in which democracy is both a goal and a method of instruction. It brings democratic values to education and can include self-determination within a community of equals, as well as such values as justice, respect and trust. Democratic education is often specifically emancipatory, with the students' voices being equal to the teacher's.

Dominican Schools: Catholic Schools founded by the Dominican Order in the United States. Some are under diocesan control and no longer directly run by the order.

Dutch Schools: K-12 Dutch Schools in the U.S.

Dyslexia Schools: Trouble with reading despite normal intelligence

Early Colleges: Middle Colleges, Early Colleges, Gateway to College Programs

Episcopal Schools: Day, Boarding, Day & Boarding, Male, Female, Co-ed, Mixed PreK-12th Grade Episcopal Schools.

Essential Schools: Schools characterized by personalization, democracy and equity, intellectual vitality and excellence, and graduates who experience success in all aspects of their lives: educational, professional, civic, and personal.

French Schools: International Schools, Private, Day, Boarding, Boys, Girls, Non-denominational

Friends Schools: Quaker, Friends, Day, Boarding, Day & Boarding, Male, Female, Co-ed, Mixed PreK-12th Grade Friends Schools.

German Schools: K-12 German Schools in the U.S.

Gifted Schools: NCSSSMST Schools, Early Entrance to College Programs, State Sponsored Programs, Boarding Schools & Independent Schools

Greek Orthodox Schools:K-12 Greek Orthodox Schools in U.S.

Green Schools: Green Schools are helping to create a healthier environment and community as a whole.

Heritage Language Programs: Community Programs, K-12 Schools, Higher Education and Camps teaching culture, heritage and language.

Hindi Schools: Hindi is a standardized and Sanskritized register of the Hindustani language. Hindi is one of the official languages of India.

Holy Child Schools: Society of the Holy Child Jesus is an international community of Roman Catholic sisters founded in England in 1846 by Philadelphia-born Cornelia Connelly. Cornelia converted to the Roman Catholic Church in 1835. The Society was approved in 1887 by Pope Leo XIII, and the rules and constitutions were confirmed and ratified by him in 1893.

IB World Schools: Public & Private Schools. Primary Years Programmes, Middle Years Programmes & Diploma Programmes

Independent Schools: Boys, Girls, Co-ed Mixed, Boarding, Prep, Montessori, Waldorf, Friends, Islamic, Christian, Lutheran, Catholic, Jewish, International, Special, Day, IB World, Grammar, Alternative, Mennonite, Armenian

Islamic Schools: Prek-12th Grade Private, Independent Islamic Schools

International Schools: International Schools around the world.

Jesuit Schools: Jesuit High Schools in the U.S.

Jewish Schools: Day, Boarding, Day & Boarding, Conservative, Male, Female, Co-ed, Mixed PreK-12th Grade Jewish Schools.

Korean Scools: K-12 Korean Schools in the U.S.

Laboratory Schools : Laboratory School, Campus School, University School, Child Study Institute, Research School, Charter School, International School, Academy Developmental Center

Latin Schools: K-12 Latin Schools in the U.S.

LEAF Schools :

Lithuanian Schools: K-12 Lithuanian Schools in the U.S.

Lutheran Schools: Early Education, K-8, High Schools.

Magnet Schools: Elementary, Middle and High School Magnet Schools.

Mennonite Schools: Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle & High Schools in the United States.

Mercy Schools: Mercy schools, though geographically and culturally diverse, share a common heritage, legacy and mission. Committed to meeting the current needs of children, young women and men, Mercy secondary and elementary education remains a vital component of the works of the Sisters of Mercy and their partners.

Methodist Schools: K-12 Methodist Schools

Military Schools: Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC), Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), Military Schools, Federal Service Academies, Cadet Corps, Military Junior Colleges and State Sponsored Academies

Montessori Schools: Early Education, K-8, High Schools.

Online Schools: Cyber Schools, Distance Education Programs, On-line Schools

Pentecostal Schools: Pentecostalism or Classical Pentecostalism is a renewal movement within Protestant Christianity that places special emphasis on a direct personal experience of God through baptism with the Holy Spirit.

Performing Arts Schools: K-12 Performing Arts Schools in the United States

Post-Graduate Schools: All Boys Schools, All Girls Schools, Arts Schools, Boarding Schools, Catholic Schools, Christian Schools, Episcopal Schools, Friends Schools, Jewish Schools, Military Schools, Special Education Schools

Presbyterian Schools : K-12 Presbyterian Schools in the U.S.

Preschools: Licensed Child Care Centers, Licensed Child Care Providers, Babysitters, Family Child Care Homes, Preschools, Nursery Schools in the U.S.

Progressive Schools: Progressive education is a pedagogical movement which emphasizes on learning by doing - hands-on projects, expeditionary learning, experiential learning

Public Schools: Public Schools in the United States.

Recovery Schools: Recovery Schools are secondary schools designed specifically for students in recovery from substance use disorder or dependency.

Reggio Emilia Schools : Reggio Emilia is an educational philosophy focused on preschool and primary education. The aim of this approach is teaching how to use these symbolic languages (eg., painting, sculpting, drama) in everyday life. The program is based on the principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment based on the interests of the children through a self-guided curriculum.

Russian Schools: K-12 Russian Schools in the U.S.

Sacred Heart Schools: Catholic Independent Schools in the United States. Sacred Heart is one of the most widely practiced and well-known Roman Catholic devotions, taking Jesus Christ's physical heart as the representation of his divine love for humanity.

Salesian Schools: Salesian schools is a generic term for educational institutions run by the Roman Catholic Salesian Congregation of Saint John Bosco (or Don Bosco), and those that use his methods. Salesian schools are dedicated to young people in an educational and formative environment.

Semester Schools: Gifted, Boarding Schools.

Seventh-Day Adventist Schools: Early Education, K-8, High Schools.

Special Education Schools: Schools for students with developmental, neurological and learning disabilities.

STEM Schools: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics High Schools in the U.S.

Sudbury Schools: A Sudbury school is for the K-12 age range where students have complete responsibility for their own education, and the school is run by direct democracy in which students and staff are equals. Students individually decide what to do with their time, and tend to learn as a by-product of ordinary experience rather than through coursework.

Summer Schools : Academic Enrichment, Academics Remediation, AP Credit Course, Arts & Theatre Program, Career Exploration, College Preparation and Enrichment, Community Service, ESL/TOEFL, Internship, Language & Cultural Immersion Programs, Leadership Training, Learning Disability, Mentorship Program, Outdoor & Environmental Education, Political Education, SAT Review, Prep, Technology & Computer, Traditional Summer School and Youth Travel Programs

Tamil Schools: Tamil is a Dravidian language predominantly spoken by the Tamil people of India and Sri Lanka, and also by the Tamil diaspora, Sri Lankan Moors, Burghers, Douglas, and Chindians.

Therapeutic Programs: Co-ed, Boys only, Girls only, Wilderness Programs, Outdoor Therapeutic Programs, Residential Treatment Center, Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Programs, Therapeutic Boarding Schools, Youth Adult Programs, Transitional Living, Impatient & Residential Treatment Centers, Specialized Boarding Schools, Young Adult Programs, Emotional Growth Boarding Schools & Therapeutic Wilderness Programs.

Umbrella Schools: Alternative education school which serves to oversee the homeschooling of children to fulfill government educational requirements.

Ukrainian Schools: K-12 Ukrainian Schools in the U.S.

Vocational Schools: Career Centers, Agricultural Schools, Technical Schools, Adult Education, CTE Programs, Skills Centers and Vocational Schools in the United States

Waldorf Schools:: Private Waldorf School

Coming Soon:

- Augustinian Schools
- Community Schools
- Hospital Schools
- I-12 Schools: Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP)-certified schools and programs eligible to enroll F-1 and M-1 students in the United States
- JROTC Programs
- Methodist Schools
- Native Indian Schools
- Pentecostal Schools
- Salesian Schools
- Space Programs