High School Graduation Rates and Student Achievement Statistics

Manitoba Education and Training is committed to increasing high school graduation rates and student success across the province. To understand where we are making progress and where improvement is still needed, we need to examine our data on student achievement in a variety of ways.

Manitoba’s Student-Tracked High School Graduation Rate

High school graduation is generally viewed as the minimum requirement for pursuing additional education and for entry into the world of work.

Manitoba's student-tracked method allows us to accurately understand how long it takes for individual students to graduate and to help us better identify certain achievement gaps, such as those between male and female students and between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.

High school graduation in Manitoba typically occurs within four years of beginning Grade 9. This is referred to as “on-time” graduation. For some students, and for a variety of reasons, taking more time to obtain their credits for graduation could make the difference between successfully completing high school or not. This persistence to graduation is referred to as “extended-time” graduation.

Manitoba’s four-year student-tracked high school graduation rate for 2016 is 78.3%. For non-Indigenous students the rate is 86.2% and for Indigenous students it is 47.6%. In addition to the “on-time” rate, this method allows us to calculate “extended-time” graduation rates for students who may take more time to complete the requirements for graduation.

Manitoba’s Student-Tracked High School Graduation Rate
September 2009 to June 2013, June 2014, and June 2015
Grade 9 Year Graduation Year Overall Male Female Non-Indigenous Indigenous a
Overall Male Female Overall Male Female
September 2009 June 2013 76.2% 73.3% 79.0% 83.5% 80.3% 86.8% 46.9% 45.0% 48.8%
June 2014 80.4% 78.1% 82.9% 87.4% 84.7% 90.2% 52.7% 51.0% 54.4%
June 2015 81.9% 79.7% 84.1% 88.6% 86.1% 91.1% 55.5% 53.8% 57.2%
Starting Cohort Size 15,316 7,739 7,577 12,234 6,212 6,022 3,082 1,527 1,555

 

September 2010 to June 2014, June 2015, and June 2016
Grade 9 Year Graduation Year Overall Male Female Non-Indigenous Indigenous a
Overall Male Female Overall Male Female
September 2010 June 2014 77.2% 74.9% 79.7% 84.7% 81.4% 88.2% 47.2% 46.6% 47.9%
June 2015 81.5% 79.7% 83.5% 88.2% 85.6% 91.1% 54.8% 54.3% 55.2%
June 2016 83.1% 81.2% 85.0% 89.2% 86.7% 92.0% 58.4% 57.9% 58.8%
Starting Cohort Size 15,022 7,720 7,302 12,029 6,270 5,759 2,993 1,450 1,543

 

September 2011 to June 2015, June 2016, and June 2017
Grade 9 Year Graduation Year Overall Male Female Non-Indigenous Indigenous a
Overall Male Female Overall Male Female
September 2011 June 2015 77.4% 74.6% 80.3% 85.3% 82.2% 88.6% 45.7% 42.5% 48.8%
June 2016 81.5% 79.0% 84.2% 88.6% 86.0% 91.4% 53.0% 49.4% 56.5%
June 2017                  
Starting Cohort Size 14,449 7,480 6,969 11,555 6,037 5,518 2,894 1,443 1,451

 

September 2012 to June 2016, June 2017, and June 2018
Grade 9 Year Graduation Year Overall Male Female Non-Indigenous Indigenousa
Overall Male Female Overall Male Female
September 2012 June 2016 78.3% 75.5% 81.3% 86.2% 83.2% 89.4% 47.6% 45.3% 49.9%
June 2017                  
June 2018                  
Starting Cohort Size 14,514 7,414 7,100 11,550 5,904 5,646 2,964 1,510 1,454

Note 1: Includes only students from public and funded independent schools. Does not include students from non-funded independent schools, or those in schools that do not fall under the Public Schools Act, such as First Nations schools (including those administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements), or Adult Learning Centres.

Note 2: These figures reflect changes in attrition rates due to updates to Statistics Canada’s estimates of population, deaths, and mobility/migration as of September 27th, 2016.

Note 3: Simply multiplying the starting cohort sizes by the graduation rates will not yield the number of graduates that the rates represent because these rates are adjusted for attrition


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More about Manitoba’s Student-Tracked High School Graduation Rate

Until 2016, Manitoba Education and Training also published a proxy cohort high school graduation rate, which was a ratio of the total number of graduates reported by public and funded independent high schools at the end of every academic year to the total Grade 9 enrolment in these schools four years prior to the year of graduation. The proxy cohort rate had many limitations from a policy and analytic perspective and the Department used it as a temporary indicator while developing capacity to produce a student-tracked rate. Thus, the Department has discontinued the publication of the proxy cohort rate and will only produce a student-tracked rate beginning with the June 2017 rates.

To determine Manitoba’s student-tracked high school graduation rate, the Department follows individual students in public and funded independent schools from Grade 9 and calculates the percentage who graduate within a certain period of time. It does not include students from non-funded independent schools, First Nations schools (including those administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements), or Adult Learning Centres.

To improve accuracy, this method makes adjustments for moving out of the province, deaths, and for the proportion of school age children not enrolled in public and funded independent schools. The calculation of the student-tracked graduation rate does not account for students who have transferred out of public and funded independent schools to enroll in First Nations schools, non-funded independent schools, and Adult Learning Centres, and students who have withdrawn from school.

This method also allows the Department to disaggregate graduation rates for male and female students as well as for Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.


Other High School Completion Rates

Many methods of calculating high school completion rates exist at the international, national, and provincial levels. The key differences between the various rates lie in the determination of the group of students to be counted, the timeframe, and who is considered to be a graduate.

Manitoba Centre for Health Policy

In its 2012 report How are Manitoba’s Children Doing? (Adobe PDF Document 4.98 MB) the MCHP calculated high school completion rates using what they call cross-sectional and cohort methods. The MCHP methods determine graduates by counting credits obtained through high school and in Grade 12.

Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program (PCEIP)

The PCEIP is a joint venture between the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and Statistics Canada that produces two proxy measures for upper secondary (high school) graduation.

Detailed information about these pan-Canadian rates can be found in section A2 of Education Indicators in Canada: An International Perspective, 2016.

Upper secondary graduation rate (77% for Manitoba in 2014) is an estimation of the probability that an individual will graduate from high school during his or her lifetime while successful completion of upper secondary programmes in public schools (76% for Manitoba in 2014) is an estimate of the effectiveness of Canada’s various public education systems in producing graduates within a three-year period, that is, Grades 10 to 12 (Grades 9 to 11 in Quebec). The PCEIP rate does not include Manitoba’s funded independent schools which account for approximately 8% of Manitoba graduates each year.

In addition to the PCEIP upper secondary graduation rates, Manitoba is actively engaged in the full scope of the program’s indicator work.  This includes continuous improvements to pan-Canadian graduation rates, and the adoption of a harmonized pan-Canadian approach for the self-declaration of Indigenous students.

Western Provinces

Provincial graduation rates across Canada are calculated using a variety of methods, such that no two provinces or territories calculate in precisely the same way. The composition of the cohorts, what qualifies a student to be counted as a graduate, and the timeframes used for the calculation vary across the country. Therefore, caution is needed when making comparisons between provinces.

Western Provinces
Province Latest Reporting Period Coverage High School Completion/Graduation Rate
British Columbia a 2015/2016 6-year rate
(from Grade 8)
All students: 83.6%
Aboriginal: 63.8%
Alberta b 2015/2016 5-year rate
(from Grade 10)
All students: 82.1%
First Nations, Métis and Inuit: 57.6%
Saskatchewan c June 2016 3-year rate
(from Grade 10)
Provincial: 75.6%
First Nations and Métis: 41.8%
5-year rate
(from Grade 10)
Provincial: 83.3%
First Nations and Métis: 59.6%

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British Columbia – Provincial Reports
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Grade 12 Provincial Tests

Details on the Grade 12 Provincial Tests are available on the Assessment and Evaluation website.

Grade 12 Provincial Test Results in HTML Format


Grade 12 Applied Mathematics

Average Marks
Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 Applied Mathematics Provincial Overall Average Marks

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 Applied Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Male and Females Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 Applied Mathematics ProvincialAverage Marks - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 Applied Mathematics Provincial Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

Grade 12 Essential Mathematics

Average Marks
Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 Essential Mathematics Provincial Overall Average Marks

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 Essential Mathematics Provincial Average marks - Male and Female Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 Essential Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 Essential Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

Average Marks
Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Provincial Overall Average Marks

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Male and Females Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 Pre-Calculus Mathematics Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Note: No results are available for January and June 2013. New mathematics tests based on new curricula were administered in the context of a provincial pilot process.

Grade 12 English Language Arts

Average Marks

Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 ELA Provincial Overall Average Marks

Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 ELA Provincial Average Marks - Male and Females Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 ELA Provincial Average Marks - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 ELA Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 12 French, Français Program

Average Marks

Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 French, Français Program Provincial Overall Average Marks

 

Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 French, Français Program Provincial Average Marks - Male and Female Student

 

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 French, Français Program Provincial Average Marks - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child's Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child's previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 French, Français Program Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

 


Grade 12 French, French Immersion Program

Average Marks

Provincial Overall

Chart of Grade 12 French, French Immersion Program Provincial Overall Average Marks

 

Male and Female Students

Chart of Grade 12 French, French Immersion Program Provincial Average Marks - Male and Female Students

 

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Grade 12 French, French Immersion Program Provincial Pass Rates - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Grade 12 French, French Immersion Program Provincial Average Marks - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

 

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Successful Grade 9 Credit Attainment

Grade 9 is the first year in Manitoba schools when students must pass core courses toward earning their high school diploma. For many, this transition year can mean declines in academic achievement and increased absences among other social factors that impact their success. Research shows that success in Grade 9 credit attainment is a critical determinant of a student’s likelihood of successfully completing high school.

Manitoba’s Grade 9 credit attainment information includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as students from First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.


Grade 9 Mathematics

Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end - Provincial overall

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end - Male and Female students

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.

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Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
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Chart of Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained a Mathematics credit by year-end - English,  Français, and French Immersion Programs

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.

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Over the course of the seven school years, 90% of the students in those years were in the English Program, 8% were in the French Immersion Program, and 2% were in the Français Program.

Grade 9 English Language Arts

Percentage of first-time Grade 9 students who attained an English Language Arts credit by year-end

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of first-time students who attained a Grade 9 ELA credit by year-end - Provincial Overall

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of first-time students who attained a Grade 9 ELA credit by year-end - Male and Female Students

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of first-time students who attained a Grade 9 ELA credit by year-end - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.

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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of first-time students who attained a Grade 9 ELA credit by year-end - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.
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Chart of Percentage of first-time students who attained a Grade 9 ELA credit by year-end - English, Français, and French Immersion Programs

Note: Includes students from public and funded independent schools as well as First Nations schools administered by Frontier School Division under educational agreements.

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Over the course of the seven school years, 90% of the students in those years were in the English Program, 8% were in the French Immersion Program, and 2% were in the Français Program.

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Middle Years Assessment

Details on the Middle Years Assessment, are available on the Assessment and Evaluation website.


Number Sense and Number Skills, English Program (mid-Grade 7)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, English Program (mid-Grade 7) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, English Program (mid-Grade 7) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, English Program (mid-Grade 7) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, English Program (mid-Grade 7) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Number Sense and Number Skills, Français Program (mid-Grade 7)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, Français Program (mid-Grade 7) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, Français Program (mid-Grade 7) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a
Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, Français Program (mid-Grade 7) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students
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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, Français Program (mid-Grade 7) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Number Sense and Number Skills, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 7)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 7) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 7) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 7) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all five sub-competencies, Number Sense and Number Skills, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 7) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Reading Comprehension in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Reading Comprehension in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Reading Comprehension in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Reading Comprehension in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Reading Comprehension in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Expository Writing in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, English Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Expository Writing in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

 


Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students
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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in English, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Expository Writing in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, Français Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Expository Writing in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8)

Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting mid-grade performance in all three sub-competencies, Expository Writing in French, French Immersion Program (mid-Grade 8) - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

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Grade 3 and 4 Assessment

Details on the Grade 3 and 4 Assessment, are available on the Assessment and Evaluation website.


Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


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Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all four sub-competencies, Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program - Urban Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 3 Reading in French, Français Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, Français Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, Français Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, Français Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 3 Reading in English, Français Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions


Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program

Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies

Provincial Overall

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program - Provincial Overall

Male and Female Students

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program - Male and Female Students

Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students a

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program - Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students


a
Every year, parents of new or continuing students are given the opportunity to indicate if they are declaring their child’s Indigenous identity for the first time, or altering their child’s previously declared identity, or confirming that a previous declaration has been made.
Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

Chart of Percentage of students meeting expectations in all three sub-competencies, Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program - Urban, Rural, and Northern Regions

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