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In Pembina Trails we believe in transparency. We understand that our community wants to know how our students are doing. For the past number of years, we have made it our practice to share student results in literacy, numeracy and engagement in our Report to the Community that is distributed far and wide - including every home in our division.

Our Board is proud of the success of our students, but also realistic that we can always do more. That is why our Trustees support programs and innovative initiatives to improve student achievement.

“We applaud the government’s move to increase transparency and accountability by releasing the grade 12 Math and ELA results on a division-by-division basis. While we are pleased that our results in Pembina Trails are, for the most part, above the  provincial average, our Board is committed to reaching an even higher level of success,” shared Chair of the Board, Julie Fisher.

Understanding what provincial tests do and how much they count

Provincial tests are given each semester. These tests count for 30 per cent of students’ final course grades for Language Arts ( English/French) as well as Applied and Pre-Calculus Mathematics, and 20 per cent of students’ final course grades for Essential Mathematics.

The provincial tests are developed by teachers who sit on provincial committees under the direction of Manitoba Education and Training (MET). They are marked by our teachers using provided guides. MET also provides our teachers training for marking and gives feedback on their accuracy.  It is important note, that these provincial tests are not standardized tests.

View grade 12 provincial tests results by school division.

Transparency and student success

In Pembina Trails we believe in transparency. We understand that our community wants to know how our students are doing. For the past number of years, we have made it our practice to share student results in literacy, numeracy and engagement in our Report to the Community that is distributed far and wide - including every home in our division.

Our Board is proud of the success of our students, but also realistic that we can always do more. That is why our Trustees support programs and innovative initiatives to improve student achievement.

“We applaud the government’s move to increase transparency and accountability by releasing the grade 12 Math and ELA results on a division-by-division basis. While we are pleased that our results in Pembina Trails are, for the most part, above the  provincial average, our Board is committed to reaching an even higher level of success,” shared Chair of the Board, Julie Fisher.

Understanding what provincial tests do and how much they count

Provincial tests are given each semester. These tests count for 30 per cent of students’ final course grades for Language Arts ( English/French) as well as Applied and Pre-Calculus Mathematics, and 20 per cent of students’ final course grades for Essential Mathematics.

The provincial tests are developed by teachers who sit on provincial committees under the direction of Manitoba Education and Training (MET). They are marked by our teachers using provided guides. MET also provides our teachers training for marking and gives feedback on their accuracy.  It is important note, that these provincial tests are not standardized tests.

View grade 12 provincial tests results by school division.

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