Campion College remains the top-ranked high school on the island for the second year in a row.
The ranking, compiled by the non-profit organization Educate Jamaica, is based on the percentage of the school’s students passing five or more CSEC subjects.
One hundred per cent of Campion’s cohort met that standard.
This year’s second-top school is St. Andrew High School for Girls, moving up in the rankings from last year’s sixth place.
Immaculate High has fallen off the top ten list this year, to number 17. Immaculate was number-2 last year and the top school in 2016.
Notable performers this year include Knox College in Clarendon, moving up to number 4 from last year’s 16th place.
And Mount Alvernia High, now at number 5, following last year’s 18th place.
Glenmuir, Montego Bay High, Wolmers Girls and Wolmers Boys, and St. Hugh’s round up the top ten.
With Wolmers’ Boys at number 9 being the only all-boys high school in the top ten.
Seven of the top ten schools are all-girls.