High School Graduation Rates and Student Achievement Statistics

Grade 3 and 4 Assessment

Grade 3 and 4 Assessment Charts

 

Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 11,055 5,323 5,708 8,562 2,493 6,176 4,020 859
Fall 2010 11,027 5,155 5,842 8,569 2,458 6,175 4,053 799
Fall 2011 11,088 5,292 5,789 8,694 2,394 6,297 4,021 770
Fall 2012 10,964 5,189 5,761 8,558 2,406 6,179 3,961 824
Fall 2013 10,958 5,251 5,703 8,609 2,349 6,177 3,992 789
Fall 2014 11,335 5,389 5,942 8,914 2,421 6,450 4,063 822
Fall 2015 11,727 5,652 6,070 9,290 2,437 6,595 4,215 917
Fall 2016 11,890 5,695 6,192 9,535 2,355 6,653 4,344 893
Fall 2017 12,161 5,942 6,218 9,909 2,252 6,870 4,390 901
Grade 3 Numeracy, English Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Four Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 25.9% 24.4% 27.3% 29.0% 15.1% 26.1% 28.0% 14.2%
Fall 2010 28.6% 27.1% 29.9% 32.7% 14.2% 29.4% 30.3% 13.3%
Fall 2011 28.3% 26.8% 29.7% 32.0% 14.9% 30.5% 27.3% 16.4%
Fall 2012 29.9% 29.0% 30.7% 33.7% 16.3% 32.3% 29.4% 14.4%
Fall 2013 30.8% 29.1% 32.3% 34.8% 16.2% 33.1% 30.7% 13.3%
Fall 2014 31.1% 30.6% 31.6% 35.0% 16.8% 33.9% 29.0% 19.6%
Fall 2015 34.2% 32.5% 35.7% 37.9% 20.0% 38.0% 31.6% 18.3%
Fall 2016 34.6% 32.5% 36.5% 38.3% 19.4% 38.7% 31.5% 19.0%
Fall 2017 35.2% 31.8% 38.4% 38.5% 20.4% 39.6% 31.8% 17.9%

Note: 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.

 

Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 423 195 195 297 126 218 202 3
Fall 2010 378 198 180 260 118 199 171 8
Fall 2011 390 192 198 270 120 182 202 6
Fall 2012 407 210 196 297 110 228 170 9
Fall 2013 393 213 180 286 107 198 188 7
Fall 2014 461 205 256 342 119 221 230 10
Fall 2015 485 236 249 370 115 255 219 11
Fall 2016 472 227 245 351 121 222 235 15
Fall 2017 482 225 257 390 92 260 215 7
Grade 3 Numeracy, Français Program
  Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Four Sub-Competencies
Year Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 31.0% 26.8% 35.9% 34.7% 22.2% 34.9% 27.2%
Fall 2010 40.2% 37.4% 43.3% 38.1% 44.9% 40.2% 39.2%
Fall 2011 46.2% 45.8% 46.5% 50.7% 35.8% 54.4% 38.6%
Fall 2012 30.5% 29.0% 32.1% 32.3% 25.5% 25.4% 35.9%
Fall 2013 32.3% 32.4% 32.2% 32.5% 31.8% 38.4% 25.5%
Fall 2014 28.0% 23.9% 31.3% 26.6% 31.9% 32.6% 23.0% 40.0%
Fall 2015 36.7% 38.1% 35.3% 39.2% 28.7% 41.2% 32.9% 9.1%
Fall 2016 32.0% 30.0% 33.9% 33.3% 28.1% 42.3% 23.0% 20.0%
Fall 2017 40.2% 35.6% 44.4% 40.8% 38.0% 50.8% 28.4%

Note: 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.

 

Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 1,790 939 851 1,532 258 1,430 300 60
Fall 2010 1,831 950 878 1,587 244 1,424 342 65
Fall 2011 1,876 1,017 859 1,636 240 1,474 346 56
Fall 2012 2,010 1,046 963 1,803 207 1,572 396 42
Fall 2013 2,027 1,118 908 1,814 213 1,575 394 58
Fall 2014 2,180 1,187 993 1,952 228 1,728 402 50
Fall 2015 2,352 1,255 1,096 2,112 240 1,846 432 74
Fall 2016 2,434 1,284 1,150 2,236 198 1,884 493 57
Fall 2017 2,480 1,292 1,188 2,273 207 1,954 446 80
Grade 3 Numeracy, French Immersion Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Four Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 30.3% 29.2% 31.5% 31.6% 22.5% 30.8% 30.0% 18.3%
Fall 2010 35.0% 31.2% 39.2% 35.8% 29.9% 33.4% 42.1% 32.3%
Fall 2011 33.2% 28.4% 38.9% 34.4% 25.4% 32.2% 40.2% 17.9%
Fall 2012 39.0% 35.7% 42.5% 40.8% 23.2% 37.8% 39.6% 73.8%
Fall 2013 39.4% 35.8% 43.8% 40.4% 31.0% 41.8% 31.7% 25.9%
Fall 2014 44.1% 40.7% 48.1% 44.8% 38.2% 44.7% 43.0% 30.0%
Fall 2015 46.7% 42.5% 51.6% 47.7% 37.9% 47.2% 46.8% 33.8%
Fall 2016 44.9% 40.7% 49.7% 45.5% 38.9% 44.6% 46.2% 45.6%
Fall 2017 46.1% 42.1% 50.4% 47.2% 34.3% 46.4% 44.8% 45.0%

Note: 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.



Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 11,057 5,324 5,709 8,564 2,493 6,178 4,020 859
Fall 2010 11,027 5,155 5,842 8,569 2,458 6,175 4,053 799
Fall 2011 11,088 5,292 5,789 8,694 2,394 6,297 4,021 770
Fall 2012 10,966 5,190 5,762 8,559 2,407 6,180 3,962 824
Fall 2013 10,958 5,251 5,703 8,609 2,349 6,177 3,992 789
Fall 2014 11,335 5,389 5,942 8,914 2,421 6,450 4,063 822
Fall 2015 11,726 5,652 6,069 9,289 2,437 6,595 4,215 916
Fall 2016 11,890 5,695 6,192 9,535 2,355 6,653 4,344 893
Fall 2017 12,162 5,943 6,218 9,910 2,252 6,871 4,390 901
Grade 3 Reading in English, English Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Three Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 42.6% 48.1% 37.6% 47.2% 26.7% 45.5% 41.5% 26.4%
Fall 2010 45.7% 51.0% 41.2% 51.0% 27.4% 47.1% 47.0% 29.2%
Fall 2011 45.5% 51.0% 40.4% 50.4% 27.5% 47.3% 45.2% 31.8%
Fall 2012 44.0% 49.0% 39.4% 49.5% 24.3% 44.7% 46.6% 26.2%
Fall 2013 46.1% 50.5% 42.1% 51.4% 26.7% 47.3% 48.3% 25.9%
Fall 2014 46.0% 51.0% 41.6% 51.1% 27.4% 46.6% 47.4% 34.8%
Fall 2015 46.4% 50.6% 42.4% 51.1% 28.5% 49.2% 45.6% 29.0%
Fall 2016 47.3% 52.0% 43.0% 52.2% 27.6% 50.1% 47.1% 27.7%
Fall 2017 47.2% 50.3% 44.2% 51.5% 28.2% 49.3% 48.5% 24.8%

Note: 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.

 

Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 1,790 939 851 1,532 258 1,430 300 60
Fall 2010 1,831 950 878 1,587 244 1,424 342 65
Fall 2011 1,876 1,017 859 1,636 240 1,474 346 56
Fall 2012 2,010 1,046 963 1,803 207 1,572 396 42
Fall 2013 2,027 1,118 908 1,814 213 1,575 394 58
Fall 2014 2,179 1,186 993 1,951 228 1,727 402 50
Fall 2015 2,351 1,255 1,095 2,111 240 1,845 432 74
Fall 2016 2,433 1,284 1,149 2,235 198 1,883 493 57
Fall 2017 2,480 1,292 1,188 2,273 207 1,954 446 80
Grade 3 Reading in English, French Immersion Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Three Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 56.0% 61.3% 50.1% 57.4% 47.3% 56.4% 55.3% 50.0%
Fall 2010 57.9% 59.1% 56.6% 59.1% 50.0% 56.6% 59.6% 76.9%
Fall 2011 57.4% 60.6% 53.6% 58.1% 52.5% 58.6% 51.7% 58.9%
Fall 2012 61.6% 64.0% 59.0% 63.7% 43.0% 61.8% 59.1% 78.6%
Fall 2013 59.6% 62.1% 56.6% 61.6% 42.7% 60.8% 56.3% 50.0%
Fall 2014 65.4% 68.3% 62.0% 67.2% 50.0% 67.6% 55.5% 72.0%
Fall 2015 64.8% 69.2% 59.7% 66.3% 52.1% 66.8% 57.2% 59.5%
Fall 2016 67.7% 71.2% 63.7% 68.6% 57.1% 69.5% 59.4% 78.9%
Fall 2017 63.8% 65.9% 61.4% 65.1% 48.8% 65.8% 53.4% 72.5%

Note: 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.

 

Grade 3 Reading in French, Français Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 423 228 195 297 126 218 202 3
Fall 2010 378 198 180 260 118 199 171 8
Fall 2011 390 192 198 270 120 182 202 6
Fall 2012 407 210 196 297 110 228 170 9
Fall 2013 393 213 180 286 107 198 188 7
Fall 2014 461 205 256 342 119 221 230 10
Fall 2015 485 236 249 370 115 255 219 11
Fall 2016 472 227 245 351 121 222 235 15
Fall 2017 482 225 257 390 92 260 215 7
Grade 3 Reading in French, Français Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Three Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 53.4% 53.1% 53.8% 57.9% 42.9% 55.5% 51.5%
Fall 2010 54.8% 61.1% 47.8% 56.9% 50.0% 62.3% 47.4%
Fall 2011 53.1% 63.5% 42.9% 54.1% 50.8% 53.8% 53.5%
Fall 2012 48.6% 54.3% 42.9% 48.1% 50.0% 53.5% 43.5%
Fall 2013 52.4% 55.9% 48.3% 53.1% 50.5% 61.1% 43.6%
Fall 2014 48.8% 51.2% 46.9% 50.0% 45.4% 60.2% 39.6% 10.0%
Fall 2015 60.4% 67.8% 53.4% 66.5% 40.9% 70.2% 50.7% 27.3%
Fall 2016 54.4% 58.6% 50.6% 57.0% 47.1% 66.7% 44.3% 33.3%
Fall 2017 56.4% 60.4% 52.9% 59.2% 44.6% 66.9% 43.7%

Note: 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.

 

Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program
Year Number of Students Assessed
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 1,651 903 747 1,448 203 1,288 287 76
Fall 2010 1,706 901 805 1,466 240 1,364 290 52
Fall 2011 1,741 902 838 1,513 228 1,339 340 62
Fall 2012 1,757 967 790 1,540 217 1,378 333 46
Fall 2013 1,918 1,003 915 1,728 190 1,498 382 38
Fall 2014 1,926 1,078 848 1,731 195 1,489 384 53
Fall 2015 2,087 1,142 945 1,873 214 1,657 384 46
Fall 2016 2,220 1,197 1,023 1,997 223 1,743 415 62
Fall 2017 2,345 1,263 1,082 2,157 188 1,815 477 53
Grade 4 Reading in French, French Immersion Program
Year Percentage of Students Meeting Expectations in all Three Sub-Competencies
Provincial Female Male Non-
Indigenous
Indigenous Urban Rural Northern
Fall 2009 40.7% 45.1% 35.3% 42.1% 30.5% 41.4% 34.8% 51.3%
Fall 2010 43.5% 46.3% 40.4% 44.1% 39.6% 42.9% 44.1% 55.8%
Fall 2011 46.5% 50.9% 41.8% 46.9% 43.9% 47.0% 44.7% 45.2%
Fall 2012 46.7% 49.4% 43.4% 47.5% 41.0% 47.2% 42.0% 65.2%
Fall 2013 49.1% 54.3% 43.3% 51.0% 31.1% 50.3% 45.0% 42.1%
Fall 2014 47.7% 49.0% 46.0% 49.5% 31.8% 50.2% 37.5% 49.1%
Fall 2015 52.4% 55.3% 48.9% 53.8% 40.7% 53.8% 47.1% 47.8%
Fall 2016 51.4% 54.8% 47.5% 52.9% 38.1% 53.9% 41.4% 50.0%
Fall 2017 54.8% 58.5% 50.5% 56.2% 38.8% 56.4% 48.4% 56.6%

Note: 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.