If your family is looking to move based on the MoneySense 2015 Canada’s Best Places to Live Rankings then you may want to consider the best schools in the top cities in four Canadian provinces.
The school ratings are based on the Fraser Report rankings. While I do understand the drawbacks—the testing, itself, may be flawed and the Fraser Institute is now focusing on more private and independent schools then ranking public and Catholic schools. Still, I think the rankings are a great starting point for parents who want to buy a home in a good school district.
Based on the Best Places to Live rankings, I’ve taken the top five cities for each of the provinces listed above and listed all schools that ranked average or above. The delineation between below average and above average was determined by the Fraser Institute. But in a nutshell any school that ranked a 6.0 or above was included on my list, as a score of 6.0 is average.
For the Alberta elementary school list click here.
For the Alberta secondary school list click here.
For the B.C. elementary school list click here.
For the B.C. secondary school list click here.
For the Ontario elementary school list click here.
For the Ontario secondary school list click here.
For the Quebec ecoles secondaires list click here.
For the top five elementary and secondary schools in the Best Places to Raise Kids list go here. Read more from Romana King at Home Owner on Facebook »