Winnipeg School Division

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Winnipeg School Division
Winnipeg School Division Logo.png
Board office location1577 Wall Street East, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Number of schools77
2011 budget (CAD $ millions)$341.8 [1]
Number of students33,000
[1]
 
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Winnipeg School Division
Winnipeg School Division Logo.png
Board office location1577 Wall Street East, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Number of schools77
2011 budget (CAD $ millions)$341.8 [1]
Number of students33,000
[1]

The Winnipeg School Division is a school division in Winnipeg, Manitoba.[2] It is the largest of six public school divisions in Winnipeg.[3] It consists of 77 schools, which collectively teach over 33,000 students, in central, pre-Unicity Winnipeg. Due to its size, the division is split up into 4 districts. The districts run programs both separately and together.

The division was founded in 1871.[4] The Winnipeg School Division's board has nine trustees who are elected every four years.[5]

Kelvin High School, a high school in the South District

Schools[edit]

There are 77 schools in the Winnipeg School Division.[6] These schools are divided into 4 districts, each with its own superintendent.[7]

Central District[edit]

The Central District serves the West End of the city and the neighbourhood of Elmwood. There are 20 schools in the district. The superintendent is Celia Caetano-Gomes.[8][9]

SchoolTypeGrades
CliftonElementary SchoolN-6
George VElementary SchoolN-6
GlenelmElementary SchoolN-6
GreenwayElementary SchoolN-6
Kent RoadElementary SchoolN-6
Laura SecordElementary SchoolN-6
Lord SelkirkElementary SchoolN-6
Principal SparlingElementary SchoolN-6
River ElmElementary SchoolN-6
WestonElementary SchoolN-6
WolseleyElementary SchoolN-6
Cecil RhodesElementary and Junior High SchoolN-9
Isaac BrockElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Sacre-CoeurElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Sargent ParkElementary and Junior High SchoolN-9
ElmwoodJunior and Senior High School7-12
Adolescent Parent CentreSenior High School9-12
Daniel McIntyre CollegiateSenior High School9-12
Technical Vocational High SchoolSenior High School9-12
Winnipeg Adult EducationSenior High School9-12

Inner City District[edit]

The Inner City District consists of 21 schools in the downtown of the city. The superintendent of this district is Karin Seiler.[10][11]

SchoolTypeGrades
DufferinElementary SchoolN-6
Fort RougeElementary SchoolN-6
John M. KingElementary SchoolN-6
King EdwardElementary SchoolN-6
MachrayElementary SchoolN-6
MulveyElementary SchoolN-6
NorquayElementary SchoolN-6
PinkhamElementary SchoolN-6
Sister MacNamaraElementary SchoolN-6
StrathconaElementary SchoolN-6
Victoria-AlbertElementary SchoolN-6
WellingtonElementary SchoolN-6
David LivingstoneElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Niji MahkwaElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
William WhyteElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
General WolfeJunior High School7-9
Gordon BellJunior and Senior High School7-12
Hugh John MacdonaldJunior High School7-9
ArgyleSenior High School9-12
Children of the EarthSenior High School9-12
R. B. RussellSenior High School9-12

North District[edit]

The North District has 18 schools and services the North End of Winnipeg. The district's superintendent is Dushant Persaud.[12][13]

SchoolTypeGrades
ChamplainElementary SchoolN-6
FaradayElementary SchoolN-6
Garden GroveElementary SchoolN-6
InksterElementary SchoolN-6
Lord NelsonElementary SchoolN-6
LuxtonElementary SchoolN-6
Prairie RoseElementary SchoolN-6
RobertsonElementary SchoolN-6
Tyndall ParkElementary SchoolN-6
LansdowneElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Meadows WestElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Ralph BrownElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Shaughnessy ParkElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Stanley KnowlesElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
Andrew MynarskiJunior High School7-9
Isaac NewtonJunior High School7-9
St. John'sJunior and Senior High School7-12
SislerSenior High School9-12

South District[edit]

The South District serves the part of the division that is south of the Assiniboine River, excluding River-Osborne and including South Portage. The superintendent for the South District is Robert Chartrand. There are 19 schools in the district.[14][15]

SchoolTypeGrades
Brock CorydonElementary SchoolN-6
CarpathiaElementary SchoolN-6
GladstoneElementary SchoolN-6
GrosvenorElementary SchoolN-6
HarrowElementary SchoolN-6
J.B. MitchellElementary SchoolN-6
LaVérendryeElementary SchoolN-6
Lord RobertsElementary SchoolN-6
MontroseElementary SchoolN-6
QueenstonElementary SchoolN-6
RiverviewElementary SchoolN-6
Robert H. SmithElementary SchoolN-6
RockwoodElementary SchoolN-6
Earl GreyElementary and Junior High SchoolN-8
River HeightsJunior High School7-8
ChurchillJunior and Senior High School7-12
Collège ChurchillJunior and Senior High School7-12
Grant ParkJunior and Senior High School7-12
KelvinSenior High School9-12

See also[edit]

List of school districts in Manitoba

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 49°54′00″N 97°10′05″W / 49.900°N 97.168°W / 49.900; -97.168