Private School

Thanks for using our Private School Guide.  We work with many local private schools each month and spotlight them in every one of our monthly issues.  After reviewing your options here make sure to grab this month’s copy of Mobile Bay Parents to see what those school’s students are up to.

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Bright Beginnings Academy

3590 Pleasant Valley Road, Mobile, AL, 36609  map




Mission:It is the mission of Bright Beginnings Academy to enable dyslexic students to overcome individual learning differences in order to achieve their full potential. Bright Beginnings Academy was developed to give parents an alternative for their children's education. Each dyslexic child is unique and should be taught in unique ways. At Bright Beginnings each child is individually challenged and taught to meet his/her specific needs, Our educational program is designed for the dyslexic student and is taught in small group settings. We offer a full day academic program based on multi-sensory methods.

Curriculum:Archery Team, Art Club, Service Club, Chess Club, STEM

Grades: 1st - 10th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 525-9105

Email: info@brightdyslexics.com

Web: www.brightdyslexics.com

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Corpus Christi Catholic School

6300 McKenna Drive, Mobile, AL, 36608  map




Mission:Corpus Christi Catholic School serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Established in 1958 by Corpus Christi Parish, the school is committed to building the Body of Christ. It seeks to integrate the teachings of the inspired Word of God with a sense of Christian fellowship and service to the community. Corpus Christi Catholic School is committed to high academic performance in a Christian setting, laying the foundation for a productive, faith-filled life. Dedicated faculty and staff nurture every child by providing opportunities to grow in faith, achieve academic success, and serve others as disciples of Jesus.

Curriculum:Duke Scholars TIP Program, National Junior Honor Society, Computer Club, Scholars Bowl, Student-produced weekly news program: Corpus Christi News (CCN), Student Leadership Committee, Robotics Team, Pro-Life Club, Yearbook, Scouts, Elementary Band (5 - 8 grades), CYO Sports and Disciples of St. Michael Service Club.

Other: Registration for the 2018 -2019 school begins in January.

Grades: K2 - 8th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 342-5474

Email: school@corpuschristiparish.com

Web: school.corpuschristiparish.com

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Cottage Hill Christian Academy Church Campus

4255 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, AL, 36609  map




Mission:Through excellent academics, spiritual development, and outstanding extracurricular activities, Cottage Hill Christian Academy partners with our parents to help our students reach their God-given potential and to become servant leaders who will impact the world for Christ.

Curriculum:Athletics: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Track and Field, Softball, Golf, Cheerleading, Swimming and Diving, Tennis. Clubs/Organizations: National Junior Honor Society, Love Where You Live Community Service Initiative, Music Conservatory, Fine Arts/Drama, Student Government Association, Robotics, Scholar's Bowl, STEM Class, Spelling Bee, Geography Bee, Big Buddies Program

Grades: K2 - 8th grade

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 660-2427

Email: newtonj@chbss.org

Web: www.chcacademy.com

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Cottage Hill Christian Academy West Campus

7355 Creekwood Drive, Mobile, AL, 36695  map




Mission:Through excellent academics, spiritual development, and outstanding extracurricular activities, Cottage Hill Christian Academy partners with our parents to help our students reach their God-given potential and to become servant leaders who will impact the world for Christ.

Curriculum:Athletics: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Cross Country, Track and Field, Softball, Golf, Cheerleading, Swimming and Diving, Tennis. Clubs/Organizations: National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Mu Alpha Theta, Art League, Theater Arts, Young Women of Virtue, Social Awareness Club, Spanish Club, Math Club, Science Club, Fashion Club, Running Club, Love Where You Live Community Service Initiative, Student Government Association, Robotics, Scholar's Bowl, Science Olympiad, Math Bowl, Big Buddies Program, Dual Enrollment.

Grades: 9th - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 634-2513

Email: newtonj@chbss.org

Web: www.chcacademy.com

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Covenant Christian School

7150 Hitt Road, Mobile, AL, 36695  map




Mission:To graduate students who are prepared to understand their world, to communicate with their world, and to influence their world for Christ through servant-leadership. Covenant Christian School is a K3-8th grade accredited, educational institution that has been educating Mobile area students since 1983. Our experienced faculty is well-equipped to work with our students in a positive and nurturing way that allows each one to perform at his or her full potential. With small class sizes, strong Biblical foundations, and high academic standards, CCS students receive a well-rounded education. This has enabled our students to go on to become leaders in high school, top ten graduates, valedictorians, salutatorians, and IB candidates. A few of our highlights include receiving a full accreditation from the American Association of Christian Schools, integrating iXL and iPad technology into classroom lessons, receiving 1st place in the Regional Scholars' Bowl for the past four years running, and our unique electives offered to middle school students.

Grades: K3-8th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 633-8055

Email: info@covenantschool.com

Web: www.covenantschool.com

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Faith Academy

8650 Tanner Williams Road, Mobile, AL, 36608  map




Mission: It is the mission of Faith Academy to offer quality Christian education in a safe, clean and orderly environment, while assisting and encouraging our students to realize who they are in Christ. Vision: Faith Academy endeavors to provide for our students' spiritual, artistic, athletic, social and personal needs through our daily school programs and extracurricular activities. Our goal is to develop Christian young people who will impact and change the world around them for Christ.

Curriculum:Student Government Association, Band, Dance team, Colorguard, Choir, Drama, Chapel Worship Team, Chapel Worship Team, Heart for Life (Pro-Life) Club, Robotics Club, Science Olympiad, Sr. High/Junior High Math Competition, Physics Competition, Oratorical Contest, Writing Competition, Sr. High NHS, Sr. High Beta, Jr High NHS, Jr. High Beta, Scholars Bowl , Faith Club, 4-H Club, School Yearbook Staff, Art Competition, Miss Ram Pageant, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track, Cross Country, Soccer, Archery, Swimming and Golf, Volleyball, Fast-pitch Softball, and Cheerleading.

Grades: PK3 - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 633-RAMS (7267)

Email: info@faithacademy.us

Web: www.faithacademy.us

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LWCC Kingdom Academy

1060 Government Street, Mobile, AL, 36604  map




Mission:LWCC Kingdom Academy is dedicated to providing a spiritual and academic life of excellence in the Kingdom of depth and devotion in an atmosphere of love, learning, and achievement. Supported by a community of prayer and guidance preparing our students for a lifetime of learning and impacting their world with Biblical principles of the Kingdom of God. LWCC Kingdom Academy offers a purposeful Christ-centered education in spiritual and academic excellence.

Curriculum:Computer, Foreign Cultures, Video Phonics, Art, Math, Nature & Science, Rhythm & Music, Creative Drama, Reading Readiness, P.E./Health and a variety of educational experiences.

Grades: K - 8

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 433-5866

Web: www.lwccim.com

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McGill-Toolen Catholic High School

1501 Old Shell Road, Mobile, AL, 36604  map




Mission:McGill-Toolen Catholic High School provides a quality secondary education which enables individuals to grow in faith, to search for knowledge and truth in mind, body, and spirit, and continue building the kingdom of God on earth. By active involvement in the learning process, students are prepared for lives of Christian leadership and service.

Curriculum:Spiritual Life and Service: Campus Ministry, Pro-Life Club, Totus Tuus Womens Prayer Group, Praise and Worship, Servants of the Poor, Friends of Exceptional Children, Key Club, Ambassadors, Green Club; Academic: Spanish Club, French Club, Latin Club, Hi-Q Team, Scholars Bowl, Physics Team, Chemistry Club, National Honor Society, Chess Club, Model UN; Journalism: Ingenium Literary Magazine, Vespidae Yearbook, McT Network; Arts and Culture: African American Club, National Art Honor Society, Art Club, Drama Club, Chorus, Band, Color Guard; Athletic & Sports: Intramural sports, Cross Country, Track, Football, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Cheerleading, Golf, Volleyball, Swim and Dive, Bowling, Esports.

Grades: 9th - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 445-2900

Web: www.mcgill-toolen.org

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Mobile Christian School

5900 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, AL, 36609  map




Mission:The mission of Mobile Christian School is to provide a college preparatory education in a Christ-centered community which equips our students with the desire and ability to serve God, family and fellow man.

Curriculum:Concert and Marching Band, Chorus, SGA, Elementary, Junior, and National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Standards, Broadcast Journalism, Sports Medicine, Art Club, Spelling Bee, Robotics, Chorus, Service Club, Fellowship of Christian Standards, Yearbook, Mu Alpha Theta, Bass Fishing, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Golf, Softball, Track, Volleyball, and Soccer, Swim

Grades: PK3 - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 661-1613

Email: info@mobilechristian.org

Web: www.mobilechristian.org

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Mobile Junior Academy

1900 Cody Road South, Mobile, AL, 36695  map




Mission:Mobile Junior Academy exists to acquaint our students with Christ and equip them for a life of service. To fulfill our mission, we will: Promote spiritual and moral development of the students, Maintain high standards of scholastic excellence, Develop the students' ability to think clearly and logically, Uphold the Holy Scriptures as the basis for all of our teaching, Instruct in principles of health, physical well-being, basic skills and the dignity of labor, Teach responsibilities and privileges of good citizenship, and Stress preparation for service to God, the church, the community and the world.

Other: Mobile Junior Academy is an accredited, Seventh-day Adventist elementary school serving families in Mobile, Alabama. Our school provides all students with an opportunity to develop a life of faith in God, and to use their knowledge and skills to serve God and our community. ??Adventist Accreditation Association (AAA), National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA), Candidate for Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (Regional Accreditation).

Grades: PK4 - 8

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 633-8638

Web: www.mobilejunioracademy.com

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Revelation Christian School

1711 Taylor Lane, Mobile, AL, 36605  map




Mission:The mission of the Revelation Christian School is to inspire our children with a biblically integrated curriculum that will equip them to excel spiritually, physically, and academically. Also, to challenge them to build Godly character that will cultivate a Christ-centered worldview.

Curriculum:Sports Program and Dance Program

Other: Member of the Association of Christian Schools International

Grades: PK4 - 5th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 473-2555

Web: www.rmbcmob.org

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St. Dominic Catholic School

4160 Burma Road, Mobile, AL, 36693  map




Mission:Saint Dominic Catholic School provides a learning environment that develops students to their fullest potential through an exceptional foundation in faith, academics, leadership, and service. Founded in 1961, Saint Dominic is a co-educational school serving the surrounding Mobile community and offering students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade a well-rounded Catholic education. The school's Catholic tradition is rooted in the educational ministry of St. Dominic Catholic Parish, the Irish Sisters of Mercy, and the Archdiocese of Mobile. St. Dominic students live the beliefs and values of Jesus Christ.

Curriculum:Magnus Math Team, Band (Grades 5 - 8), Geography Bee, Student Council, Duke Talent Identification Program, Angels on a Mission Service Club, Scholar's Bowl, National Junior Honor Society, Technology Team, Spelling Bee, Altar Servers, Junior CYO, Choir, Archery, Robotics, Eagle Theatre, American Sign Language Club, Chess Club, Run Club, and Crochet Club. The Booster Club, under direction of the Parish, coordinates soccer, volleyball, basketball, football, cross country and cheerleading. Saint Dominic Catholic School is a member of the Alabama High School Athletic Association. Students in grades 7 and 8 may qualify to play selected sports at McGill-Toolen High School.

Grades: PK2 - 8th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 661-5226

Email: development@stdominicmobile.org

Web: www.stdominicmobile.org/school

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St. Ignatius Catholic School

3650 Springhill Avenue, Mobile, AL, 36608  map




Mission:St. Ignatius Catholic School, a ministry of St. Ignatius Parish in Spring Hill, strives to educate the whole child by providing a quality Catholic education in a safe and caring learning environment. Focusing on Jesus the Redeemer, children are encouraged to strive for excellence in spiritual, academic, social, and physical activities. Through a variety of curricular and extracurricular activities, children are taught to become productive and exemplary Christian leaders for the future.

Curriculum:Scholar's Bowl, Science Bowl, Bowling Club, Computer Club, CYO Sports (Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Tennis and Golf), Robotic's Club, Yearbook Club, Student Government Association, Service Projects per grade level, Elementary and Junior Honor Societies, Children of Mary, Computer Fair, Art Exhibits, Music Productions, Order of St. Ignatius, Young Men of St. Joseph, Pro-life Club and Latin in grades 3-8.

Grades: ELC - 8th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 342-5442

Email: office@stignatius.org

Web: www.stignatius.org

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St. Luke's Episcopal School Early Childhood and Lower School Campus

3975 Japonica Lane, Mobile, AL, 36693  map




Mission:St. Luke's Episcopal School presents a college preparatory community developing young men and women of honor, faith and responsibility with character and intellect to thrive in college and life.

Curriculum:Daily special subjects: library, music, PE, foreign language, art, technology, science lab (including the new Biomedical Lab), iKids program, STEM(M) program for K2-5th, 3rd-5th grade Makerspace Class, Z-space opportunities, age appropriate playgrounds, Cross Campus curriculum projects, Reading lab, Student Ambassador Program, Bigs/Littles mentoring program, Science Olympiad, Geography Bee, Spelling Bee, K3-5th grade annual drama/choral productions, full time registered nurse, Archery, Green Team, Safety Patrol, Art Club, Science Club, 5th grade 'bring your own device' program, K3-K5 intramural athletics (t-ball, soccer, cheerleading), Grades 1 and 2 intramural athletics (football, basketball, cheerleading, soccer), Grades 3-6 Youth Development League athletics (football, volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, soccer, cross country), Football, soccer, and baseball field, after school and morning care available, Summer Day Camp Program, After school enrichment classes, after school lessons for a variety of instruments.

Other: Gated campus with security cameras, ALICE certified school.

Grades: K2 - 5th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 666-2991

Email: hdearmon@stlukesmobile.com

Web: www.stlukesmobile.com

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St. Luke's Episcopal School Middle and Upper School Campus

1400 University Boulevard South, Mobile, AL, 36609  map




Mission:St. Luke's Episcopal School presents a college preparatory community developing young men and women of honor, faith and responsibility with character and intellect to thrive in college and life. SAIS accredited.

Curriculum:Honor Code, Student-led Honor Council, Learning Lab, Bigs/Littles Mentoring Program, local and out of state field trips, 800 seat center for performing arts, visual and performing arts programs, full-time registered nurse, Biomedical Health Science Program with fully functioning skills lab, simulation and debriefing lab, State of the art chemistry and biology labs, Mac labs, ZSpace opportunities, 3D printing, University of Alabama Early College, Student Government Association, Alabama Youth Legislature, Model U.N., Student Council, Student Ambassador Program, Key Club, Center Stage, Robotics, Marching Band, Concert Band, Beginner Band, Chorus, High-Q Team, Middle School and Upper School Scholars Bowl, Science Olympiad, Yearbook, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Chess Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Friends of Exceptional Children, SLES Service Clubs, National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Mu Alpha Theta, Rho Kappa National Honor Society, Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, Latin Honor Society, Strength and Speed Training, Archery, Geography Bee, Spelling Bee, 6th Grade Youth Development League athletics (football, cheerleading, basketball, volleyball, soccer, golf, cross country), Football, soccer, baseball field and 8 lane track, Grades 7-12 AHSAA athletics: 15 varsity teams. Free After Hours Study/Supervision Program, gated campus with security cameras, ALICE certified school.

Grades: 6th - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 666-2991

Email: aabel@stlukesmobile.com

Web: www.stlukesmobile.com

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St. Mary Catholic School

107 North Lafayette Street, Mobile, AL, 36604  map




Mission:Our mission is to provide an environment where Jesus' message of love meets the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional needs of our children. This mission is manifested through MARY: Moral, Accomplished, Responsible, Yearning to Learn.

Curriculum:ACADEMICS: St. Mary Catholic School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is recognized by the National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion as a school of full inclusion. . St. Mary offers an academic program that produces students who are ready and eager to move to the next level of academic achievement. In addition to the core curriculum of language arts, mathematics, social studies and science, St. Mary is pleased to offer the following: Marian Honors Program, Religion, Library, Resource Program, Performance, Assessments, STEAM Plant, McGill-Toolen Prep Band, Art Classes, Middle School Drama, Science Lab, Preschool Phonics Program, Performing Arts, Computer Lab/Instruction, Full-time counselor, Spanish, Low Student to Teacher Ration, Guided/Levelized Reading Curriculum, Outdoor Classroom.. YOUNG MIND AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: National Junior Honor Society, Peer Counselor Program, Middle School Advisory Program, Middle School Mentoring Program, Middle School Student Government Association, Bay Area Scholastic Challenge League, Something Beautiful for God Service Program, Weekly Mass, Altar Server Program, Sacraments, Liturgical Services, Scouts and CYO Sports Programs, Yearbook, Alabama High School Athletic Association, grades 7 and 8, Children's Choir, Pro Life Club, and Computer Club.

Grades: PK3 - 8th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 433-9904

Email: mrnaman@stmarymobile.org

Web: www.stmarymobile.org

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St. Paul's Episcopal School

161 Dogwood Lane, Mobile, AL, 36608  map




Summer Day Camp. Middle School (5th - 8th ) - Art Club, Class Officers, Cheerleading, Academic Contests, Fellowship of Christian Students, Middle School Student Council, Scholars Bowl, Science Olympiad, Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy, National Junior Honor Society, BUCS (Boys United in Christ) and GEMS (Girls Enrichment Ministries), Football, Volleyball, Cross-Country, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Soccer. Upper School (9th - 12th ): Cheerleading, Culinary Club, Class Officers, Computer Club, Fellowship of Christian Students, Fine Arts Club, French Club, Interact Club, Key Club, Morning Saints, Mentor Club, Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society, National French Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, Robotics, Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy, Scholars Bowl, Sierra Club, Spanish Club, St. Paul's Players, St. Paul's Chamber Singers and Concert Chorus, St. Paul's Chamber Strings, Marching Saints, SGA, Student Newspaper (The Epistle), Yearbook (The Halo), Art and Poetry annual publication (Logos), Forensics/Theatrics Club, Youth Judicial, Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Tennis, Track, Volleyball and Track & Field.

Mission:St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, Alabama is committed to providing the highest quality college preparatory education in a Christian environment. Through a variety of experiences and activities, we encourage individual growth and achievement. By example, the St. Paul's community fosters respect, integrity, responsibility, service, tolerance, and the highest moral standards to prepare the whole person for a changing and challenging future.

Curriculum:Lower School (PreK-2nd Grade) - Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Strings, Techies Club (3&4), Intramural Sports: Soccer, Basketball, Football, Cheerleading, Volleyball (3&4); Morning Bible Story Time, BUCS (Boys United in Christ) and GEMS (Girls Enrichment Ministries), After School Care After School Matters

Grades: PK - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 342-6700

Web: www.stpaulsmobile.net

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The Learning Tree, Inc.

5451 Able Court, Mobile, AL, 36693  map




Mission:The Learning Tree, Inc. exists to provide a warm and loving environment with individualized, empirically validated services and supports to persons with significant educational, medical, and behavioral challenges; helping them develop and maintain a quality of life expected by non-disabled members of their family and community.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 649-4420

Email: infomobile@learning-tree.org

Web: www.learning-tree.org

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UMS-Wright Preparatory School

65 Mobile Street, Mobile, AL, 36607  map




Mission:For the UMS-Wright Family to educate all students to their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit and to produce in each student character of the highest possible order.

Curriculum:Middle and Upper Schools: Middle and Upper Schools: Upper School Chorus, Middle School Chorus, Chorale, Art Guild, Fall Play, Marching Band, Concert Band, Spring Musical, 2 Middle School Plays, Bulldog Review, Honor Council, Key Club, Jr. Optimist Club, Photography Club, Spanish Circle, History Club, Youth Leadership Mobile, Azalea Trail, Oakleigh Belles, GEMS, FCA, BUCS, Environmental Club, Yellow Club, Debate Team, Mind's Eye, Bulldog Beat Middle School Newspaper, Crimson and Grey Newspaper, TESLA (Teens Engaged in Science and Learning Activities) Club, Scholars Bowl, World Cultures Club, Scholastic Challenge, Youth Judicial, Chess Club, Book Club, Congress Representatives, SGA, Dunlap Tech Crew, Wright Players, Wright Singers, Yearbook Editors, Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swim/Dive, Tennis, Lacrosse, Indoor & Outdoor Track, and Volleyball.Lower School: Bulldog Bytes, After School Enrichment Classes (in Arts, Athletics, and Robotics), EXCEL, Intramurals & Bulldog Athletic Association (Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Swimming, Cross Country/Track, Soccer, Cheerleading, Football), Bulldog Safety Patrol, Chorus, Piano Lessons, Ballet, Wright Way-Guidance classes, Starts with Hello Program, Bucketfillers, Never Give Up, Encourage Others, Do Your Best (NED), Red Ribbon Week, Lunch Bunch, Read Across America, Scholastic Book Fair, Grade Level Musicals

Grades: PK3 - 12th

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: (251) 479-6551

Email: admissions@ums-wright.org

Web: www.ums-wright.org

Alabama School of Math and Science

1255 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL, 36604

Grades: 10th - 12th

(251) 441-2100, www.asms.netadmissions@asms.net

Clark-Shaw School of Math, Science, and Technology

5960 Arlberg Street, Mobile, AL, 36608

Grades: 6th - 8th

(251) 221-2106, clarkshawmcpssal.schoolinsites.com/

Denton Magnet School of Technology

3800 Pleasant Valley Road, Mobile, AL, 36607

Grades: 6th - 8th

(251) 221-2148, www.dentonmagnet.com

Dunbar School of Performing Arts

500 St. Anthony Street, Mobile, AL, 36693

Grades: 6th - 8th

(251) 221-2160, www.mcpss.com

Eichold-Mertz School of Math and Science

2815 Government Boulevard, Mobile, AL, 36606

Grades: K - 5th

(251) 221-1105, www.magnetschoolofmathscienceandtech.mcs.schoolinsites.com

Evangel Christian School

1277 Jubilee Drive, Saraland, AL, 36571

Grades: PK3 - 6th

(251) 675-4619, www.fountainoflifechurch.net/church/evangel-christian-school

Government Street Christian School

3401 Government Blvd, Mobile, AL, 36693

Grades: PK4 -10

(251) 660-7444, www.governmentstreetchristian.org

Grace Baptist Academy

8780 Howells Fairy Road, Semmes, AL, 36575

Grades: K3-12th Dayschool & Homeschool options

(251) 649-7398, www.gbcacademy.com

Knollwood Christian School

1501 Knollwood Drive, Mobile, AL, 36609

Grades: PK4 - 8th

(251) 661-1987, www.knollwoodchristianschool.com

Lighthouse Baptist Academy

6335 Swedetown Road North, Theodore, AL, 36582

Grades: PK - 12th

(251) 653-6542, www.lbatheodore.cominfo@lbatheodore.com

Little Flower Catholic School

2103 Government Street, Mobile, AL, 36606

Grades: PK3 - 8th

(251) 479-5761, www.littleflower.cc

Most Pure Heart of Mary Catholic School

310 Sengstak Street, Mobile, AL, 36603

Grades: PK3 - 8th

(251) 432-5270, www.heartofmaryschoolmobile.orgoffice@mphom.org

North Mobile Christian

1255 Industrial Parkway, Saraland, AL, 36571

Grades: PK2 - 8

(251) 679-3279, www.northmobilechristian.org

Old Shell Road School of Creative and Performing Arts

3160 Heather Street, Mobile, AL, 36607

Grades: K - 5th

(251) 221-1157, Oldshellroadmagnetschool.com

Phillips Preparatory School

3255 Old Shell Road, Mobile, AL, 36607

Grades: 6th - 8th

(251) 221-2286, www.phillipsprep.commburden1@mcpss.com

Prichard Preparatory School

743 Mt. Sinai Avenue, Whistler, AL, 36612

Grades: PK - 5th

(251) 380-7220, www.prichardprepschool.cominfo@prichardprepschool.com

Safe Haven Christian Academy

803 North Dr. MLK Jr. Drive, Prichard, AL, 36610

Grades: PK4 - 12

(251) 457-6088, www.safehaven803.com

St. Pius X Catholic School

217 South Sage Avenue, Mobile, AL, 36606

Grades: PK3 - 8th

(251) 473-5004, www.stpiustenth.com/schoollalvarez@mobarch.org

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School

4980 St. Vincent Drive, Mobile, AL, 36619

Grades: PK3 - 5th

(251) 666-8022, www.svdpmobile.cominfo@svsschool.org

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran School

2668 Berkley Avenue, Mobile, AL, 36617

Grades: PK2 - 5th

(251) 456-7960, www.trinitylutheransite.org/education/school@trinitylutheranmobile.org

W.H. Council Traditional School

751 Wilkinson Street, Mobile, AL, 36603

Grades: K-5th

(251) 221-1139, www.mcpss.com

Word of Life Institute Christian School

351 South Craft Highway, Chickasaw, AL, 36611

Grades: K - 12

(251) 456-2652

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