Oh, how the tables have turned. The report cards are out on Quebec high schools.
The Fraser Institute has released its annual report ranking for 452 Quebec high schools, both private and public.
A whole set of criteria is taken into consideration for the rankings that include student averages in five subjects (language, mathematics, science, technology and history) as well as overall test results and attendance.
There was a three-way tie for first place in the 2017 rankings as two French private schools in Montreal, Jean-de-Brébeuf and Jean-Eudes tied with McMasterville’s École d’éducation internationale atop the list with a score of 9.9/10.
Several other English high schools from Montreal showcased good grades and posted strong rankings while finishing in the province’s top 100. Royal West ranked 16th overall while Selwyn House (24th), Villa Maria (32nd), Loyola (44th), Lower Canada College (56th), Trafalgar (75th) and Sacred Heart (77th).
Visit the Fraser Institute website and check out where your Quebec high school finished in the overall rankings.
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