Achievement and School Learning Plans

Measures of Student Achievement and Success

We are very proud of the academic achievements of our students!!

Highlights of Brookfield’s Awards Ceremony – November 2018

  • 29 students in Grades 9 to 11 obtained a Silver Medal. Silver medals are awarded to students who obtained an average of 90% or more in their best 8 subjects if the student is in grade 9 or 10 and the best 7 subjects if students are in grade 11.
  • 106 students are members of the Century Club. Students in the Century Club have obtained an overall average of at least 80% in the best 8 subjects for students in grade 9 or 10 and the best 7 subjects if students are in grade 11.
  • 124 students obtained subject awards. These students earned the highest average in a particular course

Congratulations to all of our award winners!!

Brookfield’s Graduating Class of 2017-2018

Brookfield’s graduating class of 2017-2018 had 115 students earning their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. In order to earn an OSSD, students had to obtain 30 credits (18 compulsory credits; 12 optional credits), pass the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) or a successful completion of the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course and perform at least 40 hours of community involvement.

Of our 115 graduates,

  • 40 students are Ontario Scholars. These students have earned at least 80% as an overall average in their best 6 subjects.
  • 10 students earned Silver Medals. Silver medals are awarded to students who have earned an overall average of at least 90% in their 6 best subjects.
  • 20 students earned a French Immersion Certificate or an Extended French Certificate.

Congratulations to all of our graduates!!

School Learning Plans and Initiatives

Brookfield's School Learning Plan for Student Achievement focused on our grade 9 applied mathematics classes. In the first semester, the focus was on task persistence. This semester, there is a focus on achievement and a well-being need in mathematics. Both student proficiency with the fundamentals of mathematics will be a focus as well as attitudes in mathematics will be examined.

Brookfield's staff and students have also benefited from a cross-panel math initiative with Fielding Drive Public School. In this initiative, a cross-panel math instructor spends time in our academic and applied grade 9 classes as well as grade 7 and 8 classes at Fielding Drive. The focus of this initiative is gap closing and ensuring a smoother transition from grade 8 math to high school. 

Brookfield's School Learning Plan for Student Well-Being is focused on increasing intentional connections with students so that every student at Brookfield High School has a high-quality connection with, at a minimum, one teacher on staff.

In order to provide a transition from grade 8 to 9, we have a LINK program that begins working with new students in early September. Specially selected senior students, under the close supervision of staff members, work in small groups of 10. Throughout the year, activities are planned and academic follow-ups occur. Character Education is a commitment of the entire staff and our LINK program has adopted it as their theme. 




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