Montego Bay High School for Girls’ has dethroned Campion College, as the top performing school in the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination 2016 rankings.

That’s according to research organization, Educate Jamaica.org.

Educate Jamaica ranks schools based on the total percentage of eligible students obtaining passes in grades 1 to 3 in two or more CAPE subjects.

Montego Bay High School for Girls was a new entrant in the top ten list. It had 100-percent of its pre-university cohort matching the criteria. MBHS resumed it’s 6th form programme in 2014.

Last year’s top school, Campion College, slipped to second place with 99-percent of it’s cohort making the grade followed by Mannings High School at 97-percent.

Also of note are Westwood and Mount Saint Joseph Catholic High Schools. Both are new entrants in the top ten.

Rounding out the top 10 are DeCarteret College in fourth place followed by St Andrew High School for Girls, Immaculate Conception High School, Ardenne High School, and Convent of Mercy Academy Alpha.

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