Catholic schools clinch top 10 places in A-level league tables in Northern Ireland
Today the Belfast Telegraph publishes its annual must-read guide on the performance of every post-primary schools in Northern Ireland.
According to figures released by the Department of Education and compiled by this newspaper, St Louis Grammar in Ballymena has taken the top spot from St Dominic’s, which had been top for two years in a row.
Some 96.5% of pupils at St Louis received three or more top grades at A-level.
The top non-Catholic school in the 2017 A-level results was Wallace High in Lisburn, where 87.1% received three or more A*-C grades, putting it in 11th place.
The full tables are available in today’s Belfast Telegraph