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Schools on the Rise in Mississauga – Part 2


To go along with our Top Schools in Mississauga reports, we've compiled the data on schools that have shown very strong, positive trends in the past 5 years. Let's take a look at one elementary, middle, and secondary school that we feel are on the rise in Mississauga. Elementary Schools on the Rise School: Burnhamthorpe Public School Neighbourhood: Applewood Ranking: #18 out of 72 5-year Increase: + ... Read More »

Tomken Road Middle School – Review & Ranking

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Tomken Road Middle School  Interested in finding out how Tomken Road Middle School ranked against the rest of the schools in Mississauga? Check out the complete school information and analysis below. Overall Ranking: #1 out of 19 Family of Schools Ranking: Applewood Heights (#10 out of 15) EQAO Results 2011-2012:  83.6% (PDSB average = 67.6%): Grades: 6 – 8 Enrollment: ~850 French Immersion: Yes School Hours: 8:30am ... Read More »

Mississauga’s Neighbourhoods: Applewood

This is a traditional Applewood-style ranch bungalow. Most of these were built in the 1960s and 1970s giving the neighbourhood a more nostalgic feel for many homeowners who venture back to the cozy and practical bungalow.

Welcome to Applewood! This is the first segment of a 19-part blog-series that will showcase Mississauga's unique commmunities. We realize that a lot of our clients are coming from outside Mississauga, and while knowing the top schools is important, they have asked for more information about the individual communities these schools reside in and the real estate available. This is ... Read More »

Mississauga’s Best Middle Schools For 2011-2012


Here are the latest 2011-2012 EQAO results for all of Mississauga's middle schools. Before I continue, a few disclaimers. This information was obtained through the Peel District School Board, and the EQAO results that they provide.  The data presented here is only from Grade 6 The percentage represents the number of children who have achieved levels 3,4 in each of ... Read More »

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