High School Graduation Rates and Student Achievement Statistics

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.

Successful Grade 9 Credit Attainment in HTML Format


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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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 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.
English, Français, and French Immersion Programs a

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.
English, Français, and French Immersion Programs a

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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