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St Clare's College ranking?

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St Clare's College is catholic school in Griffith, ACT.
It is secondary school.
School ICSEA rank is 21 with ICSEA percentile of 79.
Total number of enrollment in school is 988 and the number of teachers are 84.

You can get more details about school from their website https://stclares.nsw.edu.au/.
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