A Boundary school is first in our region on the Fraser Institute’s often criticized annual rankings of BC high schools.
The list includes 294 secondary schools in the province which are graded on scores from zero to ten based primarily on province-wide tests.
Grand Forks had the highest score in our region at 6.8 to finish 96th.
Nelson’s L.V. Rogers scored 6.3 and was ranked 129th.
Trail’s J.L. Crowe was 106th with a score of 6.6.
Stanley Humphries in Castlegar got 5.4 to finish 191st.
Boundary Central of Midway scored 5.1 and came in 221st.
J.V. Humphries in Kaslo was 280th at 2.8.
You can view the list in detail at britishcolumbia.compareschoolrankings.org/secondary/SchoolsByRankLocationName.aspx