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Best Secondary Schools in Mississauga For 2009-2010

Best Secondary Schools in Mississauga For 2009-2010

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The Fraser Institute has provided us with an update to their Secondary School rankings for 2010! I have to admit, I have been eagerly anticipating the update for the last few months. The Fraser Institute usually provide the rankings for the Elementary Schools first and if you recall, I blogged about their updated list here.

SO HERE WE GO!

Top 10 Secondary Schools (Peel District School Board – Fraser Institute Ranking)

RANK SCHOOL FRASER (/10) ENG. MATH NEIGHBOURHOOD AVG HOME $
1 John Fraser Secondary School 8.2 N/A N/A Erin Mills TBC
2 Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School 8.0 N/A N/A Lake View TBC
3 Cawthra Park Secondary School 7.9 N/A N/A Cooksville TBC
4 Port Credit Secondary School 7.8 N/A N/A Port Credit TBC
5 Streetsville Secondary School 7.7 N/A N/A Erin Mills TBC
6 Glenforest Secondary School 7.6 N/A N/A Mississauga East TBC
7 Rick Hansen Secondary School 7.4 N/A N/A Streetsville TBC
8 Lorne Park Secondary School 7.3 N/A N/A Lorne Park TBC
9 The Woodlands Secondary School 7.1 N/A N/A Erindale Woodlands TBC
10 Stephen Lewis Secondary School 7.1 N/A N/A Churchill Meadows TBC

Some very interesting results, here! Streetsville Secondary School has made a big jump! It's also interesting and great to see Stephen Lewis Secondary School stay in the top 10 best Secondary Schools in Mississauga. Especially considering that this school is not as old as others (2006!!). It just goes to show you the quality and strides this school has made in the short time it's existed. No surprises with John Fraser – but Gordon Graydon Secondary School has made an impressive jump!

 

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2 comments

  1. EQAO results are not necessarily indicative of a successful school. It could just means (to me) that the teachers "teach to" the test…Both my kids have attended schools that are top-ranked – and I notice that many of the schools are French Immersion… but it really bothers me when standardized tests are used as the indicator. Schools waste countless hours preparing students "how to write" these tests when the time would be better spent otherwise.

  2. Hi M awesome question!

    I would agree French immersion schools as a whole have higher EQAO results vs. non french immersion schools. This can be attributed to active participation of parents as placing children in French immersion schools is a conscious parental decision.

    In regards to the validity of the EQAO results there is a old saying that goes something like this “if you cannot measure it you cannot improve it”. The test itself is not the problem if an educator is just teaching students to pass the test, it is the teacher and by extension the administration that is failing its students. In my experience in organizational behavior organizations that cut corners seldom produce consistent and across the board results. Their may be blips due to improper practices however they are blended out by a culture of mediocrity. In my humble opinion I would not be so quick to dismiss the results.

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