2017 Top 30 High Schools

2017 Top 30 High Schools

The rankings are calculated by local think tank, Educate Jamaica, based on the number of grade-eleven students who passed at least five subjects, including mathematics and/or English language in the 2016 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate exams.

 

Campion College (100%)
2017 ranking: 1
2016 ranking: 2

Immaculate Conception High (99.9%)
2017 ranking: 2
2016 ranking: 1

Montego Bay High School for Girls (98.2%)
2017 ranking: 3
2016 ranking: 3

Westwood High (97.7%)
2017 ranking: 4
2016 ranking: 7

Hampton High (97.09%)
2017 ranking: 5
2016 ranking: 6

St Andrew High for Girls (97%)
2017 ranking: 6
2016 ranking: 11

Wolmer’s Girls (96.9%)
2017 ranking: 7
2016 ranking: 4

St Hilda’s Diocesan (96.7)
2017 ranking: 8
2016 ranking: 4

Mannings School (95.86%)
2017 ranking: 9
2016 ranking: 5

Wolmer’s Boys (94.93%)
2017 ranking: 10
2016 ranking: 14

York Castle High (94.7%)
2017 ranking: 11
2016 ranking: 16

Glenmuir High (93.1%)
2017 ranking: 12
2016 ranking: 8

Belmont Academy (93%)
2017 ranking: 13
2016 ranking: 32

Ardenne High (92.4)
2017 ranking: 14
2016 ranking: 13

Covenant of Mercy Academy Alpha (92%)
2017 ranking: 15
2016 ranking: 18

Knox College (91%)
2017 ranking: 16
2016 ranking: 12

Bishop High School for Girls (90.8%)
2017 ranking: 17
2016 ranking: 10

Mount Alvernia High (90.49%)
2017 ranking: 18
2016 ranking: 15

Manchester High School (89.4%)
2017 ranking: 19
2016 ranking: 27

Holy Childhood High School (88.14%)
2017 ranking: 20
2016 ranking: 17

Munro College (87.7%)
2017 ranking: 21
2016 ranking: 22

Kingston College (86.6%)
2017 ranking: 22
2016 ranking: 20

Merl Grove High School (85.6%)
2017 ranking: 23
2016 ranking: 26

deCarteret High School (85%)
2017 ranking: 24
2016 ranking:  25

St Hugh’s High School for Girls (84.4%)
2017 ranking: 25
2016 ranking: 28

Morant Bay High (84%)
2017 ranking: 26
2016 ranking: 29

St George’s College (80%)
2017 ranking: 27
2016 ranking: 21

St Jago High (79.13%)
2017 ranking: 28
2016 ranking: 33

Herbert Morrison Technical High School (76%)
2017 ranking: 29
2016 ranking: 24

The Queen’s School for Girls (75.4%)
2017 ranking: 30
2016 ranking: 23

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