New figures out today show that 31 secondary schools across the country send 100 per cent of their students on to third level education, 20 of them fee-paying schools.
Only one school in Donegal acheived 100%, St Columba's Comprehensive in Glenties. Next comes St Catherine's in Killybegs on 84%, Colaiste Colmcille, Ballyshannon on 80%, Carrick Vocational School on 76% and Loreto, Letterkenny on 75%.
The tables include students who go on to college in the Republic and Queens and the University of Ulster. However, it doesn't include other facilities in Northern Ireland. Neither are colleges in England, Scotland and Wales included.