Jamaica’s All Island Secondary School Rankings – 2014

top highest ranking schools in Jamaica listMany rural schools in Jamaica continue to perform admirably academically.

You might be surprised by the some of the schools that appear in the upper segment of this year’s rankings.

The ranking by EducateJamaica.org takes a look at each school and calculates what percentage of students they are turning out at the end of grade 11, with a minimum of 5 CSEC subjects (including Mathematics and/or English) and based on the percentage obtained, they are ranked.

The rankings are based on the CSEC results of 2013.

Schools ranked by Percentage (%) of grade 11 cohort attaining Five (5) subjects with English and/or Mathematics.

The all-island ranking shows the comparative performance of secondary schools across the entire island.

Ranking Name of school Percentage (%) of grade 11 cohort attaining Five (5) subjects with English and/or Mathematics.
1 Immaculate Conception High 100%
2 Campion College 99.5%
3 St. Hilda’s Diocesan High 98.84%
4 Hampton high 97.7%
5 Mount Alvernia High 97.66%
6 Wolmer’s Girls School 96.9%
7 Westwood High 95.21%
8 Glenmuir High 95.14%
9 DeCarteret College 94.4%
10 St. Andrew High School for Girls 92.9%
11 Convent of Mercy  Academy Alpha 92%
12 Knox College 91.8%
13 Montego Bay High 89.61%
14 Morant Bay High 88.4%
15 Wolmer’s Boys School 88.1%
16 St. George’s College 88%
17 Munro College 87.7%
18 Holy Childhood High 87.6%
19 Ardenne High 86.6%
20 Merl Grove High 83%
21 Mannings High 82.7%
22 Bishop Gibson High 81.5%
23 York Castle High 79%
24 Meadowbrook High 77.8%
25 The Queen’s High School 77.6%
26 Manchester High 77.5%
27 St. Hugh’s High 75.9%
28 Kingston College 70.3%
29 Clarendon College 69.2%
30 Marymount High 68%
31 St. Jago High 60.7%
32 Charlemont High 60.1%
33 St. Mary High 60%
34 Jamaica College 59%
35 Ferncourt High 58.6%
36 Denbigh high 57%
37 May Day High 54.71%
38 Titchfield High 54.5%
39 St. Catherine High 53%
40 Annotto Bay High 53%
41 Camperdown High 50%
42 Gaynstead High 49.4%
43 Cornwall College 44.9%
44 Mona High 44.7%
45 Calabar High 43.8%
46 St. Mary’s College 40.6%
47 St. Elizabeth Technical High 39.4%
48 Rusea’s High 37.1%
49 William Knibb Memorial High 35.9%
50 Excelsior High 35.7%
51 Jonathan Grant High 34%
52 Guy’s Hill High 33.6%
53 Dinthill Technical High 31.4%
54 Frome Technical High 31.33%
55 Oberlin High 31.1%
56 Old Harbour High 31%
57 Holland High School 30.7%
58 Irwin High 29%
59 Ocho Rios High 27.1%
60 Mile Gully High 27%
61 Black River High 25.9%
62 Iona High 25.8%
63 Papine High 25.7%
64 St. Mary Technical High 25.7%
65 Bridgeport High 25.3%
66 Garvey Maceo High 25.2%
67 Aabuthnott Gallimore High 25.1%
 68 Edwin Allen High 23.2%
69 Green Island High 22.6%
70 Anchovy High 21.1%
71 Bellefield High 19.9%
72 Herbert Morrison Technical High 19.9%
73 St. Thomas Technical High 17.8%
74 Happy Grove High 17.7%
75 MacGrath High 17.6%
76 Porus High 17.5%
77 Holmwood Technical High 16.5%
78 Spaldings High 16.5%
79 Lennon High 16.1%
80 Maggotty High 15.8%
81 Green Pond High 15.5%
82 Albert Town High 15.4%
83 B. B. Coke High 15.3%
84 Jose Marti Technical High 14.9%
85 Belmont Academy 14.8%
86 Seaforth High 14.6%
87 Lacovia High 14.4%
88 Claude McKay High 14%
89 Buff Bay High 13.6%
90 Kingston Technical High 13.4%
91 Vere Technical High 13.2%
92 Tacky High 12.9%
93 Pembroke Hall 12.7%
94 Merlene Ottey High 12%
95 Port Antonio High 11.58%
96 Cross Keys High 11.3%
97 Troy High 11.3%
98 Central High 10.9%
99 Godfrey Stewart High 10.8%
100 Cambridge High 10.7%
101 Muschett High 10.6%
102 Clan Carthy High 10.3%
103 Brown’s Town High 10.2%
104 Tarrant High 10.2%
105 Kingston High 10.1%
106 Oracabessa High 10%
107 Spot Valley High 9.5%
108 Winston Jones High 9.4%
109 Vauxhall High 9.2%
110 Waterford High 9.1%
111 St. James High 9%
112 Tivoli Gardens High 9%
113 Maldon High 8.8%
114 Norman Manley  High 8.8%
115 St. Andrew Technical High 8.6%
116 Maud McLeod High 8.3%
117 Edith Dalton James High 8%
118 Marcus Garvey Technical High 7.8%
119 Donald Quarrie High 7.5%
120 Ascott High 7.4%
121 Kemps Hill High 7.1%
122 Charlie Smith High 7%
123 Bog Walk High 6.8%
124 Foga Road High 6.7%
125 Petersfield High 6.6%
126 Dunoon Park Technical High 6.4%
127 Balaclava High 6.1%
128 Rhodes Hall High 6.1%
129 Mavis Bank High 5.9%
130 Greater Portmore High 5.8%
131 Lewisville High 5.6%
132 Carron  Hall High 5.4%
133 Ewarton High 5.4%
134 Kellits High 5.4%
135 Newell High 5.4%
136 Christiana High 5.3%
137 Holy Trinity High 5.3%
138 Yallahs High 5.2%
139 Eltham High 5.1%
140 Tacius Golding High 5%
141 Little London High 4.6%
142 Knockalva Technical High 4.5%
143 Spanish Town High 4.4%
144 Alston High 3.8%
145 Bustamante High 3.3%
146 Cedric Titus High 3.3%
147 Thompson Town High 3.1%
148 Brimmer Vale High 3%
149 Fair Prospect High 3%
150 Glengoffe High 2.8%
151 Haile Selassie High 2.7%
152 Islington High 2.6%
153 Penwood High 2.6%
154 Grange Hill High 2.4%
155 Cumberland High 2.2%
156 Hopewell High 2%
157 Denham Town High 1.7%
158 Paul Bogle High 1.5%
159 Innswood High 0.9%
160 Trench Town High 0.8%
161 Robert Lightbourne High 0%

Source: EducateJamaica.org

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  • January 5, 2016 at 10:44 AM
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    Well of course no doubt or questioning my school is and has always been at number 1. We haven’t decided to give other schools a chance yet and i think we’ll never by the way.

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