School League Tables.
Mpf. They’re not all they’re cracked up to be. Is the point of education to get you into a top ranking uni course? Or to make a decent citizen of you?
At any rate, the current rankings for Victoria are out at:
If we exclude boys’ schools, then that nukes my own alma mater, Melbourne High School, as well as Yeshivah College. That alone earns you my undying resentment. 🙂
The top ten this year are:
- Bialik College. Jewish, Co-ed.
- MacRobertson Girls’ High. Selective Public, Girls’. (Sister school to Melbourne High)
- Mount Scopus. Jewish, Co-ed.
- (Yeshivah, Jewish, Boys: nuked.)
- (Melbourne High, Selective Public, Boys: nuked.)
- Loreto Mandeville Hall. Catholic, Girls’. (Btw, the denomination doesn’t mean that much for Christian schools: my Greek Orthodox third cousin went there.)
- Shelford Girls’ Grammar. Anglican, Girls’.
- Ruyton Girls’ School. Non-denominational Private, Girls’.
- Ballarat Clarendon College. Uniting Church, Co-ed. (Not in Melbourne)
- Haileybury Girls’ College. Anglican, Girls’.
The traditionally prestige Boys’ schools are actually a long way down the list: Scotch College is #28, Melbourne Grammar is #33.
The top government co-ed school is Nossal High at #34, but it is selective like Melbourne High. The top government normal neighbourhood school is Balwyn High, at #41.
And yes, girls’ are outperforming boys’ schools. To a far greater extent than I’d anticipated.