2013-03-17 at 16:42
St. Ignatius ranked one of top 100 high schools in Ontario: Report
St. Ignatius was ranked no.76 in the province by the Fraser Institute.
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A local high school is in the province’s top 100 according to the Fraser Institute.
The conservative think-tank released its report cards for Ontario’s secondary schools Sunday. St. Ignatius High School ranked 76 out of 725 secondary schools in the province, scoring 7.9 out of 10 to top the local list. That’s up from the 141 spot it had last year. St. Ignatius also topped the list locally for parents’ average income with $74,100. But the city’s lowest scoring high school, Westgate Collegiate and Vocational Institute ranked 578 provincially with a 4.7, had the second highest average income for parents with $73,300.
Hammarskjold came in a distant second for local high schools, scoring a 6.9 to take the 232 nd spot in Ontario. Next up was St. Patrick High School sitting at number 331 with a 6.4. Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate and Vocational Institute scored a 5.6 to take number 466 while Superior Collegiate and Vocational Institute is number 522 with a 5.2.
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