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BC High School Rankings 2012

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DH Vancouver Staff Apr 30, 2012 10:15 am

The BC Secondary School Rankings 2011-2012 were released today with schools north of the Fraser River dominating the top spots. Quality of education is usually tied to property prices since the high income earners stuff the coffers more than the average taxpayer.

Without further ado, here are the rankings by municipality for most of the Lower Mainland.

Top 10 BC

  1. York House, Vancouver
  2. Crofton House, Vancouver
  3. Little Flower, Vancouver
  4. Glenlyon Norfolk, Victoria
  5. Southridge, Surrey
  6. St George’s, Vancouver
  7. Brentwood College , Mill Bay
  8. West Point Grey, Vancouver
  9. Vancouver College, Vancouver
  10. Meadow Ridge, Maple Ridge

 

Top 5 Vancouver

1. York House
2. Crofton House
3. Little Flower
4. St. George’s
5. West Point Grey

Top 5 Burnaby
1. St. Thomas More
2. Burnaby North
3. Burnaby Mountain
4. Moscrop
5. Burnaby Central

Top 5 Surrey
1. Southridge
2. Relevant
3. Pacific Academy
4. White Rock Christian
5. Elgin Park

Top 5 Richmond
1. Richmond Christian
2. Robert Alexander McMath
3. J N Burnett
4. Steveston London
5. Richmond

Top 5 Tri Cities
1. Archbishop Carney, Port Coquitlam
2. Heritage Woods, Port Moody
3. Dr. Charles Best, Coquitlam
4. Pinetree, Coquitlam
5. Gleneagle, Coquitlam

Top 5 Delta
1. Southpointe
2. South Delta
3. Delta
4. Seaquam
5. Burnsview

Top 5 North Vancouver
1. St. Thomas Aquinas
2. Windsor
3. Handsworth
4. Seycove
5. Argyle

Top 4 West Vancouver
1. Collingwood
2. Sentinel
3. Rockridge
4. West Vancouver

Fastest-Improving B.C. Secondary Schools

  • Lake Cowichan (Public), Lake Cowichan
  • Selkirk (Public), Kimberley
  • Heritage Park (Public), Mission
  • Mark R. Isfeld (Public), Courtenay
  • Edward Milne (Public), Sooke
  • Elphinstone (Public), Gibsons
  • David Thompson (Public), Invermere
  • Langley Christian (Independent), Langley
  • Walnut Grove (Public), Langley
  • Dr. Charles Best (Public), Coquitlam
  • Brentwood College (Independent), Mill Bay
  • Fort Nelson (Public), Fort Nelson
  • Guildford Park (Public), Surrey
  • Clarence Fulton (Public), Vernon
  • Crofton House (Independent), Vancouver
  • Archbishop Carney (Independent), Port Coquitlam
  • Rutland (Public), Kelowna
  • Sir Charles Tupper (Public), Vancouver



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