EducateJamaica.org has published its ranking of Jamaica’s top performing secondary schools for 2015.
In its publication titled THE CSEC RANKINGS 2015: The Ivy League Edition, Educate Jamaica looked at each school and calculated what percentage of students earned a minimum of 5 CSEC subjects (including Mathematics and/or English) at the end of grade 11.
According to their listing, seven of the top ten schools are all girls and slightly under half of the top performing schools are located in Kingston & St. Andrew.
Percentages are based on the cohort and schools where 80% or more of students earned 5 subjects including Mathematics and/or English.
Educate Jamaica is a Social Enterprise Education Project (SEEP), which combines a think tank platform with education services for education stakeholders. It’s an online platform which focuses on innovation and development within the education sector of Jamaica.
The rankings are based on the CSEC results of 2014.
|Name of School||Ranking||Percentage of grade 11 cohort who earned Five subjects including Mathematics and/or English|
|Montego Bay High||3||98.6%|
|St. Andrew High For Girls||4||98%|
|St. Hilda’s Diocesan High||7||97.5%|
|Wolmer’s Boys High||11||94.75%|
|Mount Alvernia High||12||94.7%|
|Covenant of Mercy Alpha Academy||14||93.7%|
|St. George’s College||17||91%|
|York Castle High||20||85.9%|
|Holy Childhood High||21||83.7%|
|Merl Grove High||22||83%|
|Morant Bay High||23||82.1%|
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