The SUSI Rankings are plainly the most reliable when determining the rankings for the best schools in Toronto, in our informed opinion. This city generally has elementary schools that rank about average compared to the rest of the schools in Ontario (comparing EQAO pass-rates), faring especially well in Uptown, Midtown, the East End, and the West End. There are 151 rank-able, public elementary schools in Toronto (plus an additional French-Immersion-only schools). There are 77 of them in the Midtown-Uptown areas, and another 74 of them located in the Lower Toronto areas, which includes the Beaches in the East End and the High Park/Swansea area in the West End. See the “Lower Toronto” rankings below the “Midtown-Uptown” rankings. (For Catholic schools, go here.)
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TORONTO PUBLIC SCHOOL RANKINGS 2019 – MIDTOWN, UPTOWN
|#1||Blythwood Public School (M)||K-6|
|#2||Rosedale Public School (M)||K-6|
|#3||Owen Public School (U)||K-5|
|#4||Denlow Public School (U)||K-6|
|#5||Forest Hill Public School (M)||K-8|
|#6||John Ross Robertson Public School (M)||K-6|
|#7||Cottingham Public School (M)||K-6|
|#8||Cedarvale Public School (MW)||K-8|
|#9||Whitney Public School (M)||K-6|
|#10||Norman Ingram Public School (U)||K-5|
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TORONTO PUBLIC SCHOOL RANKINGS 2019 – LOWER TORONTO
|#1||Ossington/Old Orchard Public School (WE)||K-6|
|#2||Pape Avenue Public School (EE)||K-6|
|#3||Orde Street Public School (D)||K-6|
|#4||Crescent Town Public School (EE)||K-4|
|#5||Runnymede Public School (WE)||K-8|
|#6||Withrow Public School (EE)||K-6|
|#7||Swansea Public School (WE)||K-8|
|#8||Wilkinson Public School (EE)||K-6|
|#9||Jackman Avenue Public School (EE)||K-6|
|#10||Frankland Public School (EE)||K-6|