High-School

NORTHLANDS PARKWAY COLLEGIATE IN WINKLER, MB
Garden Valley Collegiate 204-325-8008
 
Northlands Parkway Collegiate 204-325-8200
 
Red River Valley Vocational Education 204-304-0217
Red River Valley Technical Vocational Area is a group of school divisions in south-eastern and south-central Manitoba dedicated to providing access to high quality technology education programs for area high school students. Schools offering the programs: Garden Valley Collegiate – Winkler, Morden Collegiate – Morden, Morris School – Morris, Northland Parkway Collegiate – Winkler, Roseau Valley School – Dominion City, W.C. Miller Collegiate – Altona and Shevchenko School – Vita. Partnering schools whose students have access to the programming are: Ecole Communautaire Real Berard – St. Pierre-Jolys, Ecole Regionale Saint-Jean-Baptiste – St. Jean-Baptiste, Institut Collegial St. Pierre – St. Pierre-Jolys, Mennonite Collegiate Institute – Gretna, Rosenort School – Rosenort, Sanford Collegiate – Sanford. Visit Red River Valley Vocational Education online for a complete list of programs offered: http://www.rrtva.ca/

GARDEN VALLEY SCHOOL DIVISION

Garden Valley School Division is a dynamic, visionary and innovative school division, located in the heartland of industrialized south central Manitoba. It has a student population of about 4300 and has seen a steady growth rate over the last number of years. The City of Winkler is home to the division’s administrative office, 2 high schools and four of it’s seven primary/elementary units and has all the amenities of a larger city within a rural setting. Garden Valley School Division is a learning community. We believe education revolves around team work and trust and we provide a caring, interactive learning environment for both students and staff. Our dedicated staff offers an extensive range of high quality programs and services to support the educational process. Students are invited to learn, grow and discover what it means to be part of a diverse community that focuses on strong relationships and academic excellence.
Our schools provide a sense of belonging, love, responsibility and reinforcement. We endeavor to cultivate in our students a balance of trained minds and believing hearts. Our objective is to develop with students the habit of reflective and critical thinking along with a sense of moral responsibility. We teach, challenge and lead our youth to adopt such a lifestyle.
For maps of the urban school bus routes and a listing of bus stops please visit: http://gvsd.ca/index.php/operations/transportation/urban-bus-routes.
We invite you to learn more about us through our website www.gvsd.ca
 
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