Dover Bay top Nanaimo district high school in annual Fraser Institute report

NANAIMO – Dover Bay Secondary School received top grade among Nanaimo district high schools in the Fraser Institute's annual report card.

Dover Bay Secondary School received top grade among Nanaimo district high schools in the Fraser Institute’s annual secondary school report card.

The right-wing think tank released its rankings for the 2014-15 school year last week and Dover Bay ranked 106 out of 294 B.C. secondary schools surveyed, with a rating of 6.6 out of 10.

Among the criteria the institute bases its yearly rankings on, provincial exam marks and graduation rates.

According to the report, the average exam mark at the north Nanaimo high school was 70.7 per cent and 97.1 per cent of students graduated.

To see the full report, please go to www.fraserinstitute.org.

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