Last year’s EQAO results are in, and Weston schools fared quite well.
Weston Memorial did very well—in all measurements it was better than the board and provincial averages. Its year-on-year results are inconsistent: better in some ways and worse in others, and never reaching the heights of two years ago.
Pelmo Park did poorly. All of their scores were below the board average. They have been below average for five years running. Worse, both Reading and Mathematics scores were worse than last year.
HJ Alexander did fine: students there were about the same as elsewhere in the board and province, except in Writing, at which they excelled. Unfortunately, the scores in Math and Reading are down from past years.
CR Marchant has been improving in Reading and Writing for four straight years. (Math, however, is all over the place). There’s still room to improve, though: the school is worse than provincial and board averages in all categories, and quite a bit worse in math. These numbers don’t lie.