What Are The Best Public Schools in Etobicoke?
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The public school rankings in Etobicoke is a list that concerned parents with young families seek out to determine what the “best” schools in Etobicoke are these days. From John D. Parker in Smithfield down to Park Lawn in Sunnylea, to all the way over to Millwood in Markland Wood, there are a number of intriguing options to choose from for English-track schooling in this city. But perhaps you may be looking for a French Immersion school like Rosethorn or John English. And are you supposed to worry about high schools at this point when your children may not even be in Grade 2 yet? There is so much to consider!
Furthermore, it’s possible that the schools that accomplished the best EQAO pass-rates last year (which is how the Fraser Institute groups their rankings by default, but not us) might NOT be the “best” school for your child, overall. Because not only does consistency have to be measured, but also the happiness the parent feels with their home! This is just the beginning of the things we consider when finding a home in a great neighbourhood for our young family clients.
We have rankings for all the public elementary schools in this city – including Norseman at #13, and Eatonville at #31 – these ones here are only the ones in the Top 5. And this a great start to determining, for our young families, what the best schools in Etobicoke really are (in our informed opinions). Here are the top 5 elementary schools for the 2020 SUSI Rankings for public schools in the city of Etobicoke:
THE BEST PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN ETOBICOKE 2020
|#1||John D Parker Public School (N)||K-5|
|#2||Braeburn Public School (N)||K-5|
|#3||Sunnylea Public School (CS)||K-5|
|#4||Wedgewood Public School (C)||K-5|
|#5||Humber Valley Village Public School (C)||K-8|
Which Public schools in Etobicoke does SusiHomes recommend?
We have Premium Recommendations, Alternate Recommendations, Tertiary Recommendations, and schools that we do not recommend at all.
Recommendations are based on: Rankings, neighbourhood, any “news” we may hear about the school, and also the future middle and high schools for the district.
Where can I find the full list of Etobicoke Public school rankings?
Full rankings and Recommendations are now exclusively available to all of Susi’s clients for their personal use. Our EQAO calculations, Teacher Support rankings, and Diversity numbers, however, are still available for most Etobicoke Public elementary schools, and a list of these schools can be found here.
How do I find a home in a recommended school district?
It’s simple. When looking for a great home in a great school district, not only do rankings have to be measured, but also quality and safety of the neighbourhood, and of course the happiness YOU feel with your home! When you have a young family, there is so much to consider.
Let SusiHomes help you. There are 48 rank-able Public elementary schools in Etobicoke, and we can help you locate the best home for your young family, in a recommended school district, and in a recommended neighbourhood. We can help you navigate, and plan for things like French Immersion in Etobicoke and Etobicoke high school rankings, as well. We are also the only Realtors in Etobicoke that have specific demographics for EACH, INDIVIDUAL district. This kind of information might be very useful to young, home-seeking parents.
Reach out to us through the link below, and let’s get started!
On our website, we have school rankings for:
Mississauga and Brampton
Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Georgetown and Hamilton
Etobicoke, Toronto, North York and Scarborough
Vaughan, Markham, Richmond Hill, and York Region North (including Aurora & Newmarket)
The rankings here are the amalgamation of two separate reports we have compiled: SUSI’s 7-year EQAO Rankings and SUSI’s Potency Rankings.
SUSI’s 7-year EQAO Rankings are mostly self-explanatory. In order to measure the consistency of a school’s performance, we compiled the scores from the last 7 years of EQAO scores for each of Etobicoke’s Public schools. The more recent the year, the more weight that year’s EQAO scores were given.
SUSI’s Potency Rankings attempt to measure how well a school’s principals and teachers are performing vis-a-vis how well they are EXPECTED to perform, given their district’s socio-economic lot. In other words, schools in districts that have parents with a higher-than-average income and education level, and that have less ESL students and single parents, are EXPECTED to perform better than their less-fortunate counterparts. If a school isn’t performing up to expectation, that should be noted. Likewise, if a school is performing well ABOVE expectation, that should also not just be noted, but congratulated!
The combination of these two studies (along with a “consistency factor”) provide us with the crucial information we need to help young families find the best Etobicoke Public school district for them to live in. We publish our opinion of the Top 5 Public Elementary Schools in Etobicoke a couple months after we determine them for ourselves – but of course the full version of the latest rankings are always available for counsel towards our current home-seeking clients.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Etobicoke, we’d be happy to help and to protect your family. :-)
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