St. Basil Public School, Mississauga

Last updated on July 7, 2014 by Susi Kostyniuk

4235 Golden Orchard Dr.
{Rathburn and Golden Orchard}

The St. Basil Catholic School ranking is down the page, and this school is located in the Mississauga neighbourhood of Rathwood. First let’s inspect their 7-year EQAO performance chart…

St. Basil EQAO Performance

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HOW TO READ THIS CHART and HOW THESE FIGURES WERE OBTAINED

St. Basil Catholic School looks like they’ve been inconsistent with their EQAO pass rates over the past seven years. This school finally made it into the Top 40 this year (good for them!) and improved their Grade 6 numbers for Reading, Writing and yes, Math. The public schools in this area, Silverthorn (ranked #10) and Burnhamthorpe (ranked #22) have the same area challenges to overcome (example: home and parental education), but somehow do so much better than St. Basil Catholic School. This is a decent neighborhood for homes, so I could recommend this Catholic School district, with a caution about previous years inconsistencies.

This is important to know if you’re moving your children into this school district. And just as important as the St. Basil Catholic School ranking may be their School-District-Specific Demographics.

St. Basil Demographics

Full demographics are, of course, always available to clients, and as an example I can tell you that 52.0% of the population of the St. Basil Catholic School district is female, and that the median household income here is $78K.

Do these demographics relate in any way to the St. Basil school ranking? They do in the Susi Rankings! Studies have shown that certain demographics can indeed affect the overall test performance of a school, and I have incorporated those theories into the Potency Rankings, which comprise half of the Overall Ranking.

St. Basil School Ranking

The St. Basil Public School ranking is thus shown below:

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EXPLANATION of ABOVE TERMS and SCORES

The St. Basil school ranking might not good enough for your family to take a chance on it. But do you want to move your family into the St. Basil Catholic School district? Is this district in a neighbourhood that is in your budget? There are many other factors to consider, too, like, nearby convenience, drive-time factors, and actual house concerns too! Perhaps you should take at look at School District Smartsearch, and get yourself started off properly!

You might also want to take a look at my Homes For Sale in Recommended School Districts page. There are many MORE homes in recommended school districts that I can find, but each one of these homes IS in a school district that I recommend to my clients.

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More St. Basil
School-District-Specific
DEMOGRAPHICS
  • ♦ total population: 8400
  • ♦ 16.4% single-parent families
  • ♦ languages: English 36.9%, Urdu 8.1%, Polish 5.3%<

Much MORE demographic info available!!

School-District-Specific Demographics are
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