Christian school

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A Christian school is a school run on Christian principles or by a Christian organization.wikipedia
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A Christian school is a school run on Christian principles or by a Christian organization.
Other private schools can also be religious, such as Christian schools, madrasa, hawzas (Shi'a schools), yeshivas (Jewish schools), and others; or schools that have a higher standard of education or seek to foster other personal achievements.

Association of Christian Schools International

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Another large association of Protestant Christian schools is the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), founded in 1978, is an association of evangelical Protestant Christian schools.

American Association of Christian Schools

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The American Association of Christian Schools, founded in 1972, brings together many conservative Protestant Christian schools.
The American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) is a United States organization, based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that unifies individual conservative Protestant Christian schools and statewide Christian school associations across the country for the purpose of accreditation, competition, and group benefits.

Christian Schools International

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Another association of Protestant Christian schools is Christian Schools International, with approximately 500 schools and 100,000 students.
Christian Schools International (CSI) was established in 1920 and supports Christian school teachers who want Bible-based textbooks for their classrooms, principals and school administrators investigating employee benefit plans, Christian school board members seeking information about governance, and parents looking for a Christian school for their children.

Seventh-day Adventist education

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According to the Seventh-day Adventist Church the largest Protestant Christian school system in the world is the Seventh-day Adventist educational system.
The educational system is a Christian school-based system.

Conservative Mennonites

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Conservative Mennonites, Old Order Mennonites, and Amish groups all operate their own private schools and publish their own curriculum since the early 1960s.
They also have Sunday school, hold revival meetings, and operate their own Christian schools/parochial schools.

Parochial school

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Parochial schools (Church schools) were established in Australia by both Roman Catholic and Protestant churches during the 19th century.
Christian parochial schools are often called "church schools" or "Christian schools".

Primary school

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, there were 6,841 elementary and secondary schools enrolling about 2.2 million students.
The United Kingdom allowed most elementary education to be delivered in church schools whereas in France this was illegal as there is strict separation of church and state.

Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection

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The United Methodist Church and Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection operate parochial schools and colleges throughout the United States.
In addition, the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection has sixteen Christian schools in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Montana, and New Mexico.

Association of Classical and Christian Schools

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This growing movement is known as the Classical Christian School movement, represented by the Association of Classical & Christian Schools, with over 230 schools and colleges, and about 34,000 students.
The Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS) is an organization founded in 1994 to encourage the formation of Christian schools using a model of classical education.

National Association of University-Model Schools

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A University-Model® school is a Christian, college-preparatory school which blends aspects of private and home schooling.

Christian Reformed Churches of Australia

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Most belonged to one of the Australian reformed churches of Dutch origin (the Christian Reformed Churches of Australia or the Free Reformed Churches of Australia, sometimes incorrectly called the Dutch Reformed Church, which is a name used in the Netherlands, South Africa and Sri Lanka but never in the Australian context).
The denomination has been instrumental in the establishment of many Christian schools, including the Illawarra Christian School, Sutherland Shire Christian School, Tyndale Christian School (New South Wales), Calvin Christian School Kingston Tasmania, and Covenant College (ACT).

Parent-controlled school

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In this phase, many such schools were commenced not by parent associations but by churches themselves, although several parent groups from outside the Reformed Churches studied and adopted the parent-controlled model and have commenced schools which, while they have no Dutch or Reformed Church connections, have still affiliated themselves nationally with many schools which do.
Many parent-controlled schools are Christian schools, but do not usually have a denominational affiliation.

Arab citizens of Israel

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Christian schools in Israel are among the best schools in the country, and while those schools represent only 4% of the Arab schooling sector, about 34% of Arab university students come from Christian schools, and about 87% of the Israeli Arabs in the high tech sector have been educated in Christian schools.
Christian schools in Israel are among the best schools in the country, and while those schools represent only 4% of the Arab schooling sector, about 34% of Arab university students come from Christian schools, and about 87% of the Israeli Arabs in the high tech sector have been educated in Christian schools.

Faith school

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In the United Kingdom, church schools are more generally referred to as faith schools.

Nazarene International Education Association

Over the years, NIEA has developed strategic relationships with other Christian Schools associations that have helped the development of Christian schooling within the Nazarene church.

Lutheran school

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Christianity

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A Christian school is a school run on Christian principles or by a Christian organization.

Separation of church and state

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In some countries, there is a strict separation of church and state, so all religious schools are private; in others, there is an established church whose teachings form an integral part of the state-operated educational system; in yet others, the state subsidizes religious schools of various denominations.

Private school

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In some countries, there is a strict separation of church and state, so all religious schools are private; in others, there is an established church whose teachings form an integral part of the state-operated educational system; in yet others, the state subsidizes religious schools of various denominations.

State religion

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In some countries, there is a strict separation of church and state, so all religious schools are private; in others, there is an established church whose teachings form an integral part of the state-operated educational system; in yet others, the state subsidizes religious schools of various denominations.

United States

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In the United States, religion is generally not taught by state-funded educational systems, though schools must allow students wanting to study religion to do so as an extracurricular activity, as they would with any other such activity.

Catholic Church in the United States

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The largest system of Christian education in the United States is operated by the Catholic Church.

Secondary school

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, there were 6,841 elementary and secondary schools enrolling about 2.2 million students.