Featuring a directory of Winnipeg High Schools. If you are looking for a high school in Winnipeg this is the place to start.
Churchill students have a long tradition of excellence in academics, athletics, and co-curricular involvement. You are invited to join in this tradition and contribute to our school’s excellent reputation.
Gordon Bell is very proud of its multicultural student body where people of many different backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs are able to work together in a spirit of harmony and mutual respect. We depend upon the students to contribute and enhance this proud tradition.
Grant Park High School is part of the Winnipeg School Division in Manitoba. With students in Grades 7 to 12, we strive for excellence and pride in everything! Our students come from all over the city to take part in top notch regular academic programs and many special program options.
The Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association was founded on April 24, 1962 as a result of a government commissioned study of "physical education and recreation in Manitoba".
Welcome to Sisler, chosen by Maclean’s magazine as one of the best schools in Canada! Sisler is the largest high school in Manitoba and is therefore able to offer you a wide variety of courses and programs not available elsewhere.
In 1926, the Oblate Fathers, at the invitation of Archbishop Alfred A. Sinnott of Winnipeg, opened the first English Catholic High School for boys in the Province of Manitoba.
St. Mary’s Academy is a Catholic school for girls in the tradition of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. Our mission is to form young women, spirit, mind and body, so that each student reaches her full potential as an individual created in God’s image.