Only one all-boys school has made the list of top performing high schools in Jamaica this year.
The list is compiled by Educate.Jamaica.org, which publishes the Education Matters magazine.
The ranking compares schools based on the number of students who finish grade 11 with five or more CSEC passes including English and Math, based on the 2015 CSEC results.
All girls’ schools dominate the list, with six girls schools in the top ten.
Immaculate Conception High School has replaced Campion College in the number-1 position, with 100-percent of its girls achieving the standard.
Campion College is at number-two on the list, with 99.5-percent of its student meeting the standard.
The only boys school in the top ten is Wolmers, at number nine with 96.7-percent.
Mandeville’s Bishop Gibson High for Girls has jumped from number-16 last year to number-10 this year.
The other schools in the top ten are Montego Bay High School for Girls, Wolmer’s Girls, St. Hilda’s, Hampton, Westwood and Glenmuir.
According to Educate Jamaica, on average, only 32-percent of students leave grade 11 with at least five CSEC subjects.
The organization says the Ministry of Education needs to create resources and help to raise the outcomes being achieved by boys.