OUR Lady and St Patrick's High School in West Dunbartonshire with 56 per cent of pupils gaining three or more Highers.

This was a second year in a row at the top of the table for the school, although it was a two percentage point drop in attainment from 2018's 58 per cent.

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Clydebank High was bottom of the table again with 33 per cent of pupils gaining three plus Highers, down 39 per cent on last year.

East Dunbartonshire has some of the lowest rates of pupils from Scotland's most deprived postcodes.

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Bearsden Academy, where just six per cent of pupils are from the most deprived backgrounds, saw 83 per cent of pupils gain three or more Highers on leaving school.

The school also topped its local authority's league table last year.

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St Ninian's High School came bottom of the league table, having been second last in 2018, with 58 per cent of leavers gaining three plus Highers.

It has 14 per cent of pupils from the most deprived post codes with Bishopbriggs Academy having the highest levels of deprivation in the area with 18 per cent.

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