Here's how Delta's elementary schools rank, according to Fraser Institute

None of the Delta school district’s elementary schools cracked the top 200 in the Fraser Institute’s latest rankings.

The Fraser Institute Thursday released its annual rankings of 955 B.C. public and private elementary schools, The Report Card on British Columbia’s Elementary Schools 2019, comparing academic performances based on several factors derived from the province-wide Foundation Skills Assessment (FSA) results.

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“The report card offers parents information they can’t easily get anywhere else, about how their child’s school performs over time and compares to other schools in B.C.,” said Angela MacLeod, a senior policy analyst at the Fraser Institute.

Contrary to common misconceptions, the data suggest every school is capable of improvement regardless of type, location and student characteristics, the institute states.

The rankings, as usual, had private schools at the top with Delta’s Southpointe rated the best school in city, ranked 66th overall for the 2017/2018 school year, and having a rating of 8.8 out of 10. The top Delta public school was Devon Gardens, ranked at 215 overall and having a personal rating of 7.1.

The rankings have long dismissed by the B.C. Teachers’ Federation, while the Delta school board has also dismissed them as not providing an accurate representation of what’s really going on in schools and how schools are really doing.

Here’s how Delta’s schools ranked:


66   Southpointe

81   Sacred Heart

81   Delta Christian

95    Immaculate Conception

215  Devon Gardens

261  Pebble Hill

285  Cliff Drive

396  English Bluff

396  Chalmers

426  Hellings

482  Gray

482  Beach Grove

482  Brooke

512  Holly

512  Jarvis

541  Pinewood

541  Richardson

567  Cougar Canyon

567  Sunshine Hills

567  Heath

567  Port Guichon

617  Ladner

633  South Park

709  Neilson Grove

759  Gibson

802  Annieville

802  Hawthorne

927  McCloskey



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