CHSS ranked 264th out of 289 B.C. schools from Fraser Institute

The Fraser Institute released its rankings of B.C. high schools on Thursday and Charles Hays’ scores remained consistent with last year’s.

The Fraser Institute released its rankings of B.C. high schools on Thursday and Charles Hays’ scores remained consistent with last year’s.

Based on the grades achieved on provincial exams, the graduation rate and the delayed advancement rate in 2014, Charles Hays was scored 3.7 out of 10, the same score the school received in 2013. The result is a ranking of 264th out of the 289 schools included in the report.

The school did not achieve any five-year highs or five-year lows in 2014, though the graduation rate was the second highest at 94.2 per cent.

The 3.7 score is below the 4.1 score received in 2012 but above the 2.0 and 2.6 scores given in 2011 and 2010, respectively.

Two private schools in Vancouver — Little Flower and York House — tied for the top spot in B.C.