There are 19 Private Schools in Ocala, Florida, serving a population of 57,812 people in an area of 45 square miles. There is 1 Private School per 3,042 people, and 1 Private School per 2 square miles.
In Florida, Ocala is ranked 84th of 1036 cities in Private Schools per capita, and 133rd of 1036 cities in Private Schools per square mile.
Find Ocala, 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.
Ambleside School of Ocala 507 Southeast Broadway Street Ocala, FL
Blessed Trinity Catholic School 5 Southeast 17th Street Ocala, FL
Children Palace 3602 Southeast 7th Street Ocala, FL
Crossroads Academy 3681 Northeast 7th Street Ocala, FL
First Assembly Christian School 1827 Northeast 14th Street Ocala, FL
Francis Marion Military Academy 3443 Southwest 20th Street Ocala, FL
Grace School 4410 Southeast 3rd Avenue Ocala, FL
GraceWay Academy 2255 Southeast 38th Street Ocala, FL
Kingdom Christian Academy and Precious Children Preschool 1032 Southwest 9th Street Ocala, FL
Meadowbrook Academy 4741 Southwest 20th Street Ocala, FL
Montessori School 2967 East Silver Springs Boulevard Ocala, FL
New Horizon Academy 1100 Northeast 31st Street Ocala, FL
Ocala Christian Academy 1714 Southeast 36th Avenue Ocala, FL
Reading Clinic 1333 Southeast 17th Street Ocala, FL
Redeemer Christian School 155 Southwest 87th Place Ocala, FL
Shiloh SDA Church School 500 Southwest 17th Avenue Ocala, FL
St. John Lutheran School 1915 Southeast Lake Weir Avenue Ocala, FL
The Cornerstone School 2313 Southeast Lake Weir Avenue Ocala, FL
Trinity Catholic High School 2600 Southwest 42nd Street Ocala, FL
Ocala 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 Ocala, 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:
Find Ocala Private School Enrollment and Educational Attainment (Age 25+). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Nursery & Preschool Enrollment||531||1,462|
|Kindergarten Enrollment||62 (7.3%)||518 (14.2%)|
|Elementary School Enrollment (Grades 1-4)||460 (16.1%)||2,224 (14.5%)|
|Elementary School Enrollment (Grades 5-8)||179 (5.7%)||2,040 (14.5%)|
|High School Enrollment (Grades 9-12)||334 (10.6%)||1,449 (9.3%)|
|Less than 9th Grade Education||1,330 (3.3%)||9,130 (3.5%)|
|9-12th Grade (No Diploma)||3,404 (8.5%)||23,657 (9.1%)|
|High School Graduate (Including Equivalency)||13,344 (33.5%)||97,059 (37.5%)|