Schools That Lost Tax Exemptions
Bullock County Private School Foundation, Union Springs; Butler County Private School Foundation, Greenville; Crenshaw Christian Academy, Luverne; Dixie Academy, Clayton; Greystone Christian Grade School of Mobile; Hoover Academy, Brighton; Jefferson Academy, Birmingham; John T. Morgan Academy, Selma; Lowndes Academy, Hayneville; Macon County Private School Foundation, Tuskegee; Salt Springs Academy, Jackson; Southeast Education, Dothan; the Southern Academy, Greensboro; Union Academy Private School Foundation, Dadeville; West Birmingham Christian School; Wilcox Educational Foundation, Camden; Wilcox School Foundation, Catherine
Desoto School, Helena
Dade Christian Schools, Miami; Howey Academy, Howey-in-the-Hills; Indian River Academy, Fort Pierce; Jupiter Christian School; Panama City Christian Private School; Private Educators, St. Augustine; Providence Christian School, Riverview; Temple Heights Christian Schools, Tampa; Trinity Christian Academy, Jacksonville
Bainbridge Christian School; the Heritage School, Newman; Macon Christian Academy; Nathanael Green Academy, Siloam; Stone Mountain Christian School
Sillman Institute, Clinton.
Bay County School, Arnold.
Adams County Private School System, Natchez; Benton County Educational Foundation, Ashland; Calhoun Education Foundation; Canton Academy; Central Holmes Academy, Lexington; Citizens' Educational Foundation, Vicksburg; Claiborne Educational Foundation; Clay County Educational Foundation, West Point; Columbia Educational Foundation, Columbus; Colvington School Foundation, Mount Olive; Council School Foundation, Jackson; Cruger-Tchula Academy Foundation, Cruger; Deer Creek Educational Institute; East Holmes Academy, West Durant; Forest County School Association, Hattiesburg; Greenwood-LeFlore Educational Foundation, Greenwood; Grenada Educational Foundation; Harrison County Private School Foundation, Biloxi; Humphreys Academy Foundation, Belzoni; Indianola Educational Foundation; Jackson Academy; Lamar School Foundation, Meridian; Lula Rich Educational Foundation; Marshall County Educational Foundation; North Sunflower County Education Foundation, Ruleville; Noxubee Educational Foundation, Macon; Oktibbeha Educational Foundation, Starkville; Parents Educational and Development Foundation, East Meridian; Paspoint Private School, Mosspoint; Pines Private School Foundation, Wiggins; Quitman County Educational Foundation; Rebul Academy, Learned; Sharkey-Issaquena Academy Foundation, Rolling Fork; Shaw Educational Foundation; Southwest Academy, Jackson; Southwest Mississippi Christian Academy, Summit; the Tunica Institute of Learning
North Street Day Nursery and Kindergarten, Raleigh; Palmer Memorial Institute, Dedalia; Pamlico Community School, Washington; Twelve Oaks Academy, Shelby; Wilson Christian School
Allendale Academy; the Beaufort Academy; Bob Jones University, Greenville; Bowman Academy; the Carolina Academy, Lake City; Dorchester Academy, St. George; Francis Marion Academy, Hemingway; Francis Marion Academy, Pinewood; the Gaffney Day School; James Butler Bonham Academy, Batesburg; James F. Byrnes Academy, Florence; James H. Hammond Academy, Columbia; Jefferson Davis Academy, Blackville; John C. Calhoun Academy, Walterboro; the Lord Berkeley Academy, Moncks Corner; Patrick Henry Academy, Estill; Richard Winn Academy, Winnsboro; Roy E. Hudgens Academy, Lynchburg; Southern Methodist Schools, Orangeburg; Thomas Sumter Academy, Dalzell; Wade Hampton Academy, Orangeburg; Willington Academy, Orangeburg; Wilson Hall, Sumter
Fayette Academy, Somerville; Pioneer Christian Academy, Nashville; Tipton Academy, Atoka
Amelia Educational Foundation; Blackstone Educational Foundation; Brunswick Academy Association; Chickahominy Academy; Huguenot Academy; Isle of Wight County Educational Foundation; Kenbridge Day School Foundation; Luneburg-Nottoway Educational Foundation; Prince Edward Academy
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