Private Independent Schools

Website: www.bullochacademy.com
“Challenging, Teaching and Nurturing Tomorrow's Leaders Today"

Website: www.cannonschool.org
Cannon School, established in 1969 as Cabarrus Academy and renamed in 1998, originally occupied the historic Concord residence of textile entrepreneur J.W. Cannon.

Website: www.catlin.edu
Catlin Gabel has been at the vanguard of teaching what matters since the school's earliest days. What we do comes down to small class sizes and the relationships students have with their teachers. No one gets lost in the crowd. As we like to say, there is no back row.

Website: www.fayettevilleacademy.com
The original Fayetteville Academy was established in 1791 as a school for both males and females. It was the goal of the original founders to establish a private school within the community that would offer its students a program encompassing the best in academic, cultural, patriotic, and social ideals.

Website: www.fcds.org
Forsyth Country Day School
 strives to offer one of the finest college-preparatory educational experiences in the nation. Our inspiring, innovative curriculum is led by an exceptional, nationally recruited faculty who work with students in very small classes to ensure close, nurturing relationships, spirited discourse, and content mastery.

Website: www.furtahprep.org
Furtah Preparatory School is a private, non-profit, educational institution dedicated to students who learn differently.  

Website: www.hra.org
Hampton Roads Academy was founded in 1959 with a student body of sixty students in grades seven through eleven. It was the first, and remains the only independent, nonsectarian secondary college-preparatory school on the Peninsula.

Website: www.harker.org
The union of two schools, the Palo Alto Military Academy and the Harker Day School, formed what is today The Harker School. Although these schools began independently, David Starr Jordan, the first president of Stanford University, inspired both.

Website: www.pinewoodprep.com
The present institution (located 23 miles outside of Charleston, SC) is the product of a 1980 merger of Pinewood School and Summerville Academy.