There are 20 Private Schools in Clearwater, Florida, serving a population of 112,794 people in an area of 26 square miles. There is 1 Private School per 5,639 people, and 1 Private School per 1 square miles.
In Florida, Clearwater is ranked 143rd of 1036 cities in Private Schools per capita, and 64th in Private Schools per square mile.
Find Clearwater, 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.
Blossom Montessori School for the Deaf 14088 Icot Boulevard Clearwater, FL
Christ The Lord Lutheran School 2045 North Hercules Avenue Clearwater, FL
Church Of Scientology Cadet School 503 Cleveland Street Clearwater, FL
Clearwater Academy International 801 Drew Street Clearwater, FL
Clearwater Central Catholic High School 2750 Haines Bayshore Road Clearwater, FL
Countryside Christian Academy 1850 North McMullen Booth Road Clearwater, FL
Delphi Academy of Florida 1831 Drew Street Clearwater, FL
Depaul School For Dyslexia 2747 Sunset Point Road Clearwater, FL
First Lutheran School 1644 Nursery Road Clearwater, FL
Guardian Angel Catholic School 2270 Evans Road Clearwater, FL
Heritage Christian Academy 2299 Drew Street Clearwater, FL
Iva Christian School 1430 Belleair Road Clearwater, FL
Kids First Christian Preschool & Kindergarten 1739 S Martin Luther King Jr Ave Clearwater, FL
Live Oak Academy 1533 Long Street Clearwater, FL
Safety Harbor Montessori Academy 2669 North McMullen Booth Road Clearwater, FL
Saint Paul's - Clearwater's Independent School 1600 Saint Pauls Drive Clearwater, FL
Skycrest Christian School 129 North Belcher Road Clearwater, FL
St Cecelia Interparochial School 1350 Court Street Clearwater, FL
Washburn Academy 805 Dempsey Street Clearwater, FL
Woodlawn Community Academy 845 Woodlawn Street Clearwater, FL
Clearwater 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 Clearwater, 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: