Where do the Abbotsford secondary schools rank?

Where do the Abbotsford secondary schools rank?

The Fraser Institute has released its annual list of the top school in B.C.

According to the Fraser Institute rankings, MEI is the top overall secondary school in Abbotsford.

The think tank ranks all public and independent schools each year, based on annual province-wide exams, grade-to-grade transition rates, and graduation rates.

MEI was tied for 30th in the rankings, and scored a 7.7 out of 10. The school dropped from a ranking of 28th and a score of 8.0 in 2016. MEI was the lone Abbotsford to school to earn a “green” ranking, which is the highest class of schools.

Abbotsford Christian School scored a 7.1, good for tied for 57th overall. It was a big jump for ACS, after they scored a 6.4 in 2016. ACS ranked in the “yellow” quadrant, for schools that score from a 6.0 to a 7.5

W.J. Mouat was next, scoring a 6.8 and sitting tied for 77th in the province. Mouat also rose from a 6.0 in 2016.

Other Abbotsford school rankings included: Abbotsford Traditional (6.6), Robert Bateman (6.6), Yale (6.4), ASIA-Sumas Mountain (5.9), Abbotsford Secondary (5.3), Rick Hansen (4.6) and St. John Brebeuf (3.5).

For the full list of rankings, britishcolumbia.compareschoolrankings.org/secondary/SchoolsByRankLocationName.aspx.