MOST Partner Schools

These are the private schools where MOST Scholars can use their scholarships. The list includes both independent and parochial schools, but it is not an exhaustive list of private schools in Memphis and Shelby County.

Alcy Seventh Day Adventist Jr. Academy (38134)
Barbara K. Lipman Early Childhood School  (38111, on the University of Memphis campus)
Barbara K. Lipman Early Learning Center (38120, at Temple Israel)
Binghampton Christian Academy (38111, formerly The Neighborhood School)
Bodine School* (38139 - Germantown, dyslexia and other reading-related special needs)
Bornblum Jewish Community School (38120)
Briarcrest Christian School (38120)
Brinkley Heights Urban Academy (38122)
Campus Kids Corner (38134, 38103) 
Central Baptist School (38134)
Christ Methodist Day School (38117)
Christ the King Lutheran School (38119)
Christ Trinity Christian Academy (CTCA) (38115)
Christian Brothers High School (38120, all boys)
Concord Academy* (38117, special needs)
Creative Life Preparatory School (38106)
Cross Creek Christian Academy (38654 - Olive Branch, MS)
De La Salle Elementary at Blessed Sacrament (38112)
Evangelical Christian School (ECS) (38018 - Cordova)
Faith Heritage Christian Academy (38083 - Millington)
Faith Lutheran Preschool (38017 - Collierville)
First Assembly Christian School (FACS) (38018 - Cordova)
Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal School (38104)
Harding Academy (38117)
Harwood Center* (Memphis and Cordova campuses)
Heritage Baptist Academy (38018 - Cordova)
Holy Rosary School* (38117, traditional classes and the ANGEL Program for autistic students)
Hutchison School (38119, all girls)
Immaculate Conception Cathedral School (38104, coed PreK-8, all girls 9-12)
Immanuel Lutheran School (38134)
Incarnation Catholic School (38017 - Collierville)
Lamplighter Montessori School, Inc. (38018 - Cordova)
Lausanne Collegiate School (38120)
Lord's Tabernacle Christian Academy (38111)
Macon Road Baptist School (38002 - Arlington and Lakeland)
Madonna Learning Center* (38138 - Germantown, special needs)
Margolin Hebrew Academy (38117, coed Pre-K-8, two single-sex high schools on one campus)
Maria Montessori School (38103)
Memphis Catholic Middle and High School (38104)
Memphis Junior Academy (38117)
Memphis University School (MUS) (38119, all boys)
Northpoint Christian School* (38671 - Olive Branch, MS; traditional classes and REACH program for learning differences)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School (38138)
Our Lady of Sorrows School (38127)
Phoenix School for Creative Learning* (38138 - Germantown, learning differences)
Pleasant View School (38134)
Presbyterian Day School (38111, all boys)
Resurrection Catholic School (38115)
Rossville Christian Academy (38066 - Rossville)
Sacred Heart School (38671 - Southaven, MS)
SE Academy (38115)
Shady Oaks School* (38016 - Cordova, learning differences)
St. Agnes Academy–St. Dominic School (38117, single-sex schools on one campus)
St. Ann Catholic School – Bartlett (38134)
St. Augustine Catholic School (38106)
St. Benedict at Auburndale* (38016 - Cordova, PLUS program for special needs)
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School* (38016 - Cordova, PLUS program for special needs)
St. George's Independent School (Collierville, Germantown, and Memphis campuses) 
St. John Catholic School (38114)
St. Joseph Elementary School (38109)
St. Louis Catholic School (38117)
St. Mary's Episcopal School (38117, all girls)
St. Michael Catholic School (38122)
St. Patrick Catholic School (38126)
St. Paul Catholic School (38116)
St. Therese Little Flower Catholic School (38107)
Tipton-Rosemark Academy (38053 - Millington)
Westminster Academy (38119)
Woodland Presbyterian School (38119)
Word of Faith Christian Academy (38111)

*These schools offer programs for special learning and developmental needs. New MOST scholarships are granted to students entering PK3 through grade 1. The only exception to these grade levels is an older student (entering grade 2 through 8) who has had an individually administered psychoeducational evaluation, preferably within the last two years, that determines the child has an intellectual or developmental disability, dyslexia, attention deficits, autism spectrum disorder, or a defined social-emotional need and wishes to attend one of these schools that have special programs.