List of school districts in Manitoba

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This is a list of school divisions in Manitoba, and does not include locally-controlled Manitoba Band Operated Schools, which are funded and regulated by the federal Government of Canada.

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The province's school divisions and districts are generally categorized by region: Central, Northern/Remote, Parkland/Westman, Southeast/Interlake, and Winnipeg. [1] The one except is Division Scolaire Franco-Manitobaine, which has French-language schools distributed across the regions. [1]

Overview

The province's school divisions and districts are generally categorized by region: Central, Northern/Remote, Parkland/Westman, Southeast/Interlake, and Winnipeg. [1]

Education in Manitoba falls under the purview of the Minister of Education and is primarily governed by The Public Schools Act and The Education Administration Act, as well as their respective regulations. [2] Locally-controlled Manitoba Band Operated Schools are funded and regulated by the federal Government of Canada.

In 2019/2020, Manitoba had: [3] :11

Central region

Division/DistrictOfficeCommunities# of schools [3]
Garden Valley School Division Winkler Plum Coulee, Schanzenfeld, and Winkler14
Pine Creek School Division Gladstone Austin, Gladstone, Langruth, MacGregor, and Plumas 14
Portage la Prairie School Division Portage la Prairie Oakville and Portage la Prairie18
Prairie Rose School Division Carman Elie, Elm Creek, Miami, Roland, St. Eustache, St. François Xavier, and St. Laurent 26
Prairie Spirit School Division Swan Lake Baldur, Bruxelles, Cartwright, Crystal City, Darlingford, Glenboro, Holland, Manitou, Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Pilot Mound, Portage la Prairie (Fairholme and New Rosedale Colonies), Rathwell, Somerset, St. Claude, Swan Lake, and Treherne 29
Western School Division Morden Morden4

Northern/Remote region

Division/DistrictOfficeCommunities# of schools [3]
Flin Flon School Division Flin Flon Flin Flon4
Frontier School Division Winnipeg Barrows Junction, Bissett, Brochet, Camperville, Churchill, Cormorant, Cranberry Portage, Cross Lake, Duck Bay, Falcon Lake, Gillam, Gods Lake Narrows, Grand Rapids, Gypsumville, Ilford, Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake, Matheson Island, Norway House, Pikwitonei, Rorketon, Sherridon, Snow Lake, St. Martin, Steventon Island, Thicket Portage, Wabowden, and Waterhen 30
Kelsey School Division The Pas The Pas5
Mystery Lake School District Thompson Thompson7

Parkland/Westman region

Division/DistrictOfficeCommunities# of schools [3]
Beautiful Plains School Division Neepawa Birnie, Brookdale, Carberry, Douglas, Eden, and Neepawa15
Brandon School Division Brandon Alexander, Brandon, and Shilo 23
Fort La Bosse School Division Virden Elkhorn, Kola, Oak Lake, Reston, and Virden10
Mountain View School Division Dauphin Ethelbert, Dauphin, Gilbert Plains, Grandview, Ochre River, Roblin, and Winnipegosis 16
Park West School Division Birtle Binscarth, Birtle, Decker, Foxwarren, Hamiota, Inglis, Miniota, Rossburn, Russell, Shoal Lake, and Strathclair 14
Rolling River School Division Minnedosa Alexander (Deerboine Colony), Douglas, Erickson, Forrest, Justice, Minnedosa, Newdale, Oak River, Onanole, Rapid City, and Rivers 17
Southwest Horizon School Division Souris Carroll, Deloraine, Hartney, Lauder, Melita, Pierson, Souris, Waskada, and Wawanesa 13
Swan Valley School Division Swan River Benito, Bowsman, Minitonas, and Swan River7
Turtle Mountain School Division Killarney Boissevain, Killarney, Margaret, and Minto 7
Turtle River School Division McCreary Alonsa, Glenella, Laurier, McCreary, Riding Mountain, and Sainte Rose du Lac 7

Southeast/Interlake region

Division/DistrictOfficeCommunities# of schools [3]
Border Land School Division Altona Altona, Dominion City, Emerson, Gretna, Piney, Rosenfeld, Sprague, and Vita 16
Evergreen School Division [4] Gimli Arborg, Gimli, Riverton, and Winnipeg Beach 8
Hanover School Division [5] Steinbach Blumenort, Grunthal, Kleefeld, Landmark, Mitchell, New Bothwell, Niverville, Steinbach, and Ste. Agathe 19
Interlake School Division [6] Stonewall Argyle, Balmoral, Grosse Isle, Rosser, Stonewall, Stony Mountain, Teulon, Warren, and Woodlands 22
Lakeshore School Division [7] Eriksdale Moosehorn, Ashern, Eriksdale, Lundar, Inwood, and Fisher Branch 10
Lord Selkirk School Division Selkirk Clandeboye, Grand Marais, Libau, Lockport, Petersfield, Selkirk, St. Andrews, and Victoria Beach 15
Red River Valley School Division [8] Morris Brunkild, Domain, Dufrost, Homewood Colony, Lowe Farm, Morris, Oak Bluff, Oak Bluff Colony, Osborne, Otterburne, Rosenort, Ste. Agathe, St. Jean Baptiste, St. Malo, St. Pierre-Jolys, Sanford, Starbuck, Suncrest Colony, and Vermillion Colony14
Seine River School Division [9] Lorette La Salle, Île des Chênes, Lorette, La Broquerie, Richer, St. Adolphe, St. Norbert, and Ste. Anne 15
Sunrise School Division [10] Beausejour Anola, Beausejour, Dugald, Garson, Hazelridge, Lac du Bonnet, Oakbank, Powerview-Pine Falls, Tyndall, and Whitemouth 19
Whiteshell School District Pinawa Pinawa2

Winnipeg region and other

Division/DistrictOfficeCommunities# of schools [3]
Winnipeg
Louis Riel School Division St. Mary's Rd St. Boniface and St. Vital 40
Pembina Trails School Division Henlow BayAssiniboine South and Fort Garry 34
River East Transcona School Division Roch St. River East (North and East Kildonan), East St. Paul, and Transcona 42
Seven Oaks School Division Powers St. Seven Oaks and West St. Paul 25
St. James-Assiniboia School Division Portage Ave. St. James-Assiniboia 26
Winnipeg School Division Wall St. Winnipeg Centre (Downtown, Point Douglas) and River Heights 80
Other
Division Scolaire Franco-Manitobaine [1] Lorette This division has schools distributed across the regions in Manitoba: Île-des-Chênes, La Broquerie, Laurier, Lorette, Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, St. Claude, St. Georges, St. Jean Baptiste, St. Laurent, St. Lazare, St. Norbert, St-Pierre-Jolys, Ste. Agathe, Ste. Anne, Shilo, Thompson, and Winnipeg 23

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