Kelvin High School

  • Founded in 1912
  • 1300 students
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Kelvin High School is a public high school from grade 9-12 in Manitoba. The school was founded in 1912 as Kelvin Technical High School. The name was later changed to Kelvin High School. Kelvin High School offers a French Immersion Program.

About Kelvin High School

Welcome to Kelvin High School

Kelvin High School is located in the neighborhood of River Heights. Kelvin is a public school that teaches grades 9 to 12 and is part of the Winnipeg School Division's South District.

Principal: Maria Silva

Jim Brown was the principal from 2006 to 2016.

Kelvin gives a diversity of courses which include Mathematics (Pre-Calculus, Applied, Essentials, and Introductory Calculus), English, Health, Geography, Clothing and Design, Chemistry, Physics, Art, Band, Choir, Drama, History, Digital Animation Studio, Social Studies, Graphics, Foods and Nutrition, Woodworking, and Computer Science.


Kelvin High School has an athletic banquet near the end of every school year to give out awards for achievement in athletics.

Cross Country






Indoor Track







Team Handball

Outdoor Track



Table Tennis



Special Alumni:

Dufferin Roblin, Premier of Manitoba from 1958 to 1967

Richard Condie, animator, filmmaker, musician (1961)

Ben Hatskin, founder of the Winnipeg Jets

Clifford Chadderton, CEO of The War Amps

Mike Keane, former NHL Hockey Player (1985)

Marshall McLuhan, author, philosopher, scholar, media theorist (1928)

Shirley Tilghman, president of Princeton University

Gerald Schwartz, business leader, Founder, and CEO of Onex Corporation

Douglas Rain, actor (1946)

Reasons to Learn New Languages:

The many cognitive advantages of learning languages are certain. People who speak more than one language have improved memory, problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, enhanced concentration, ability to multitask, and better listening skills. In a world of more than 6,000 spoken languages, we sometimes require translation, but speaking at least one additional language empowers us to access information that would otherwise be off-limits. Language is the most direct connection to other cultures. Communicating in another language exposes us to and fosters an appreciation for the traditions, religions, arts, and history of the people associated with that language.

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