Top Ranking ACT Canberra Secondary School For The Year Of 2016 (Government/Public)

Top ranking ACT Canberra Secondary Schools (Government/Public) for the year of 2016. The result is a combination of both year 7 and 9 numbers from NAPLAN. One thing to note is some schools listed have very low enrolment number so the result is possibly not a reliable reflection of the entire school’s performance and historically can have big fluctuations as well. This is why I also included the enrolment number here, some school got big enrolment number as well due to they are classified as combined with both primary and secondary components counted together. One more thing to note is that percentage is based on the number one primary school regardless of school sector Australia wide. Just so to be clear that particular school is James Ruse Agricultural High School for the year of 2016.

RankingSchool NameStateSchool SectorLocationTotal EnrolmentPercentage
1Lyneham High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities107381.79%
2Telopea Park SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities135881.38%
3Alfred Deakin High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities84179.54%
4Campbell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities71778.50%
5Canberra High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities82677.32%
6Harrison SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities157276.25%
7Mount Stromlo High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities59676.23%
8Amaroo SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities156875.76%
9Melrose High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities74775.58%
10Gold Creek SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities110374.68%
11University of Canberra High School KaleenACTGovernmentMajor Cities27874.36%
12Belconnen High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities37273.73%
13Caroline Chisholm SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities61973.09%
14Melba Copland Secondary SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities56772.35%
15Namadgi SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities62372.16%
16Wanniassa SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities41871.76%
17Kingsford Smith SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities79571.55%
18Lanyon High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities33770.22%
19Calwell High SchoolACTGovernmentMajor Cities34068.92%

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