The Fraser Institute School Rankings (2017 – 2018 rating) have been released.
Fraser Instute Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools
This year’s Report Card ranks more than 3,000 anglophone and francophone public and Catholic schools (and a small number of independent schools) based on nine academic indicators from results of annual provincewide reading, writing and math tests.
The Fraser Insitute Report Card on Ontario’s Elementary Schools 2019 collects a variety of relevant, objective indicators of school performance.
The Fraser Institute states on its web site that the act of publicly rating and ranking schools attracts attention, and this can provide motivation. It claims schools that perform well or show consistent improvement are applauded while poorly performing schools generate concern, as do those whose performance is deteriorating. The results of the report cart creates public attention and that in turn provides an incentive for all those connected with a school to focus on student results.
“However, the Report Card offers more than just incentive. It includes a variety of indicators, each of which reports results for an aspect of school performance that may be improved. School administrators who are dedicated to their students’ academic success accept the Report Card as another source of opportunities for improvement.”
Locally, Collingwood’s Admiral Public School and Mountainview Public School ranked well while Connaught Public School received a low ranking.
Admiral Collingwood Public School and Mountainview Public School in Collingwood received a 7.0 score and was ranked at 865 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Beaver Valley school in Thornbury was ranked at 6.7.
Cameron Street Public School in Collingwood received a ranking of 6.4.placing at 1322 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Nottawa Elementary School, Worsley Street School in Wasaga Beach and St. Mary’s in Collingwood were ranked at 5.0, placing at 2263 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Nottawasaga and Creemore was ranked at 4.5, placing at 2491 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Clearview Meadows in Stayner was ranked at 4.4, placing at 2529 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Byng in Stayner was ranked at 4.3, placing at 2560 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Birchview Dunes in Wasaga Beach was ranked at 4.1, placing at 2622 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Notre Dame de la Huronie school in Collingwood was ranked at 3.2, placing at 2848 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
St. Noel Chabanel in Wasaga Beach was ranked at 2.3, placing at 2951 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
Connaught Public School in Collingwood was ranked at 1.9, placing 2971 out of 3046 schools in the survey.
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