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In this article we are taking a look at Toronto neighbourhoods with top elementary schools.
You can find all of 140 Toronto neighbourhoods profiled based on the combination of these 3 criteria on HausWorth.com, the site publishing rich analytics about best areas to live in Toronto.
In order to rank Toronto public elementary schools, we used data for standardized tests for Grades 3 and 6 made available by the Toronto District School Board. We scored all the schools in the city based on the success of their students in those tests, and compared the results.
|Ecole Elementaire Paul-Demers||JK-6||100%||More|
|John D Parker Junior School||JK-5||100%||More|
|Claude Watson School for the Arts||1-8||99%||More|
|Oriole Park Junior Public School||JK-6||97%||More|
|Sunnylea Junior School||JK-5||97%||More|
|Whitney Junior Public School||JK-6||97%||More|
|Harrison Public School||JK-5||97%||More|
|Hillmount Public School||JK-5||97%||More|
|Rosedale Junior Public School||JK-6||96%||More|
|Princess Margaret Junior School||JK-5||96%||More|
|Rosethorn Junior School||JK-5||95%||More|
|Avondale Alternative School||JK-8||95%||More|
|Arbor Glen Public School||JK-5||94%||More|
|Karen Kain School of the Arts||6-8||94%||More|
|Ecole Elementaire Charles-Sauriol||JK-6||93%||More|
|Courcelette Public School||JK-8||93%||More|
|Seneca Hill Public School||JK-6||93%||More|
|Selwyn Elementary School||JK-5||93%||More|
|St Bonaventure Catholic School||JK-8||92%||More|
|Mill Valley Junior School||JK-5||92%||More|
We also looked at the city neighbourhoods where these schools are located. Interestingly, out of the top 20 schools listed above 11 are located in the following 5 city neighbourhoods:
Hillcrest Village leads the way with 3 of out the top 20 elementary schools in the city located there:
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