The top ten state schools in Scotland have been announced based on pupil performance in a year that saw exams replaced by teacher estimates.
Jordanhill, located in Glasgow’s west end, has kept its position at the top of the rankings for the fifth consecutive year, according to data revealed in The Times School League Table 2020.
The state high schools to feature in Scotland’s top ten of 2020’s league table are as follows:
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1. St Ninian’s High School, East Renfewshire
St Ninian’s High School, East Renfewshire, has been ranked second place in the 2020 league tables. The school has jumped up two places from its position as number four in the 2019 league table. Photo: Google maps
2. Gryffe High School, Renfewshire
Gryffe High School, Renfewshire, has jumped from tenth place in 2019 to third place in the 2020 league tables. Photo: Google maps
3. Dunblane High School, Perthshire
Dunblane High School, Perthshire, takes fourth place in the 2020 league table - one position down from being third place in 2019. Photo: Google maps
4. Mearns Castle High School, East Renfrewshire
Mearns Castle High School, East Renfrewshire, takes fifth place in the 2020 league table. The school has dropped three places from its position as number two in 2019's league table. Photo: Google maps