Tuesday, 30 April 2013

BRIGHT SPARKS: Glenmuir High, Campion College are top of the class in CXC Maths and English

Maintaining its distinguished position among rural-area secondary schools, Clarendon's Glenmuir High has dethroned St. Andrew's Campion College as the top-perfoming Jamaican school in the assessment of the 2012 CSEC/CXC Mathematics results. Glenmuir climbed up seven places from last year in the Math rankings, according to the Gleaner Quality Scores, developed by Johnson Survey Research. The May Pen-based institution has also made a return to the Top 10 in English Language, which Campion continues to dominate as champion school. 

Below, take a look at the quality scores for the Top 10 schools in English and Maths, respectively: 

MATHEMATICS: 
1. Glenmuir High (3718) 
2. Campion College (3703) 
3. Wolmer's Girls School (2671) 
4. Immaculate Conception (2611) 
5. Westwood High (2610) 
6. St. Andrew High (2469) 
7. Ardenne High (2355) 
8. Wolmer's Boys School (2043) 
9. St. Hilda's Diocesan High (1776) 
10. Kingston College (1523) 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE: 
1. Campion College (3689) 
2. Immaculate Conception (3263) 
3. Wolmer's Girls School (3230) 
4. Westwood High (3132) 
5. St. Andrew High (3054) 
6. Ardenne High (2997) 
7. Montego Bay High (2980) 
8. Glenmuir High (2945) 
9. Wolmer's Boys Schools (2835) 
10. St. Hilda's Diocesan High (2732)




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1 comment:

  1. The Gleaner miscalculated!
    http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130508/lead/lead7.html

    Glenmuir's score was 2856
    Campion's score was 3703
    1st by a huge margin!

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