Rural schools seem to be faring better than city schools in a report from the Frontier Centre for Public Policy and the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies.

The FCPP’s Doug Seymour says the grades given to the high schools take into account academic achievement and engagement, and span 3 school years from the fall of 2005 to spring 2008.

Saskatoon’s francophone school is the top rated city school in 10th spot, and the next highest is St. Joseph’s High School in 40th place with a B grade.

The highest ranked school in Saskatchewan was Englefeld School with an A+.

Not all schools were ranked, Seymour says, because there wasn’t enough data available.

You can see the results on the Frontier Centre for Public Policy’s website.