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 153 rank-able, public elementary schools in Toronto (plus an additional French-Immersion-only schools). There are 78 of them in the Midtown-Uptown areas, and another 75 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.)
Click on any of these schools for rankings and analysis:
TORONTO PUBLIC SCHOOL RANKINGS 2020 – MIDTOWN, UPTOWN
|#1||Rosedale Public School (M)||K-6|
|#2||Owen Public School (U)||K-5|
|#3||Blythwood Public School (M)||K-6|
|#4||John Ross Robertson Public School (M)||K-6|
|#5||Selwyn Public School (M)||K-5|
TORONTO PUBLIC SCHOOL RANKINGS 2020 – LOWER TORONTO
|#1||Ossington/Old Orchard Public School (WE)||K-6|
|#2||Pape Avenue Public School (EE)||K-6|
|#3||Swansea Public School (WE)||K-8|
|#4||Crescent Town Public School (EE)||K-4|
|#5||Orde Street Public School (D)||K-6|
The lowdown on French Immersion in Toronto’s public schools.
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These schools are only the Top 5’s in the Midtown-Uptown and Lower Toronto areas. A full list, updated every year, is available to concerned parents who are looking to purchase a home in a great school district, and would like to work with SusiHomes as their Realtors in doing so.
To see MORE schools & districts analyses, please see the FULL LIST OF SCHOOLS below, at the end of this article.
Which public schools in Toronto does SusiHomes recommend?
SusiHomes classifies schools (for their clients) into the following four groups:
Our recommendations are based on: the Rankings, the neighbourhood, any “news” we might have heard about the school, and also the rankings of the future middle and high schools for the district.
For Midtown-Uptown public elementary schools (regular-track) in 2020, we have twenty-eight Premium, five Alternate, and no Tertiary Recommendations, as well as 40 schools that we are not currently recommending.
For Lower Toronto public elementary schools (regular-track) in 2020, we have fourteen Premium, eleven Alternate, and nine Tertiary Recommendations, as well as 41 schools that we are not currently recommending.
Where can I find the full list of Toronto public school rankings?
Our Full rankings and Recommendations are completely 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 Toronto public elementary schools, and a list of these schools can be found above.
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. We specialize in helping young families locate their best home possible that is in a recommended school district, and is also in a recommended neighbourhood. We can help you navigate, and plan for things like French Immersion in Toronto and Toronto high school rankings, as well. We are also the only Realtors in Toronto that have specific demographics for EACH, INDIVIDUAL school district. This kind of information can be very useful to young, home-seeking parents.
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