Huron Perth Catholic students EQAO results improve



The results of the provincial assessment showed that students from the Huron-Perth Catholic District Board of Education were successfully placed in the top 20 per cent.

The Board of Trustees is celebrating the results of the annual Office of Educational Quality and Accountability tests in the Elementary and Middle School divisions in Spring 2022, as well as the Grade 9 Math and Ontario Secondary School Literacy Tests.

Board pupils exceed the provincial average in reading, writing and math.

“82% of students in the Elementary School achieved a grade 3 or 4 in reading, compared to the provincial average of 73%. 71% of students in the Elementary School achieved a grade 3 or 4 in writing, compared to the provincial average of 65%. 69 per cent of students achieved grades 3 or 4 in math, compared to the provincial average of 59 per cent.”

Junior high school students’ reading and writing are above the provincial average, and mathematics is close to the provincial average.

“88% of students in the middle school achieved a level 3 or 4 in reading, compared to the provincial average of 85%. 90% of students in the middle school achieved a level 3 or 4 in writing, compared to the provincial average of 84% .. 45% of students in the middle school achieved a level 3 or 4 in mathematics compared to the provincial average of 47%,” the committee report said.

This is the first provincial e-assessment for 9th grade students who are taking a new course. The committee said its results were consistent with those for students across the province. 44% of 9th grade math students achieved Level 3 or 4, compared to the provincial average of 52%.

82% of grade 10 students who took the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test were successful, in line with the provincial average.

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