There are 18 Private Schools in Bradenton, Florida, serving a population of 53,654 people in an area of 15 square miles. There is 1 Private School per 2,980 people, and 1 Private School per square mile.
In Florida, Bradenton is ranked 82nd of 1036 cities in Private Schools per capita, and 36th in Private Schools per square mile.
Find Bradenton, Florida private schools, including independent, parochial, religious and non-religious affiliated charter schools, boarding schools, Christian schools, preparatory prep schools, accredited private k-12, middle schools, and high schools.
Bradenton Christian School 3304 43rd Street West Bradenton, FL
Center Montessori School 6024 26th Street West Bradenton, FL
Community Baptist Church 5500 18th Street East Bradenton, FL
Edison Academics 7431 Manatee Avenue West Bradenton, FL
Gulfcoast Christian Academy 1700 51st Avenue East Bradenton, FL
IMG Pendleton School 5500 34th Street West Bradenton, FL
Learning Unlimited 6210 17th Avenue West Bradenton, FL
Peace Lutheran School 1611 30th Avenue West Bradenton, FL
Prep Learning Academy 7700 Cortez Road West Bradenton, FL
Providence Community School 5512 26th Street West Bradenton, FL
Saint Stephen's Episcopal School 315 41st Street West Bradenton, FL
St Joseph Catholic School 2990 26th Street West Bradenton, FL
Sun Academy 2425 38th Avenue West Bradenton, FL
Sunshine Academy 2520 43rd Street West Bradenton, FL
Tabernacle Christian School 1218 7th Avenue East Bradenton, FL
The Broach School 3005 26th Street West Bradenton, FL
The Learning Prepartory Academy PO Box 1177 Bradenton, FL
West Coast Christian Academy 1112 49th Avenue East Bradenton, FL
Bradenton Private Schools are schools that provide all or some portion of Kindergarten through 12th grade education, but they do not operate as part of a public school district in Bradenton, FL. Private Schools are largely funded through tuition and student fees, though they may also be supported by grants and private contributions. Some Private Schools may receive a small amount of public funding, such as Florida Department of Education grants for school building renovations. Private Schools have selective admissions and can choose who may enroll as a student. Public Schools, in contrast, are subject to compulsory education laws that requires Florida State to provide education to all children.You may contact Private Schools for questions about: