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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Harrison High School / Harrison Junior High School (415 Queens Avenue, Brandon)

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Opened as a High School in 1960, commemorating long-time Brandon teacher Lily A. Harrison, it became a Junior High (Middle) School in 1974.





Morley Fraser Sparrow (1916-1979)


Donald Wilford Cullen (1932-1983)


Martin Dmytro Chalaturnyk (1920-2011)





Martin Dmytro Chalaturnyk (1920-2011)




Mr. Brown


School Year



Ronald Borotsik, Roy Crawford, Miss Marjorie Fitton, Otto Funk, Mrs. Helen Hanlin, Mrs. Mary Hume, Ronald Kostyniuk, Mrs. Irene McNabb, Terence Mitchell, Gerald Rattai, Jack Senchuk, James Skinner, Paul Staley, David Wilson






Mr. Clement, William W. Cutforth, Mrs. Eggerer, Mr. Ferris, Miss Marjorie Fitton, William G. Frazer, Mr. Friesen, Mrs. Goucher, Mr. Henson, Mrs. Mary Hume, Mr. Kalushka, Mr. Lee, Mrs. McCullogh, Mr. Moyles, Jack Senchuk, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Ure, Mrs. Wiebe, Mrs. Wiens


William W. Cutforth, Mrs. Dolff, Mr. Feser, William G. Frazer, Miss Marjorie Fitton, Mr. French, Mr. Friesen, Mrs. Goucher, Miss Henderson, Mr. Kalushka, Mrs. McCullough, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Moyles, Mr. Reid, Jack Senchuk, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Ure, Mrs. Wiebe


Mr. Borotsik, Mrs. Dolff, Mr. Feser, William G. Frazer, Mr. French, Mr. Friesen, Mr. Kalushka, Mr. Kinney, Mr. Kristalovich, Mr. Matheson, Mr. McDonald, Mrs. Moskal, Mr. Olmstead, Mr. Sametz, Jack Senchuk, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Szakacs, Mr. Ure, Mrs. Wiebe

Photos & Maps

Site Location (lat/long): N49.83031, W99.94153
denoted by symbol on the map above


Annual Reports of the Manitoba Department of Education, Manitoba Legislative Library.

“22 new faces for city,” Brandon Sun, 20 August 1965, page 22.

“Retired Principal reflects on 34-year school career,” Brandon Sun, 21 August 1979, page 33.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Catherine Harley.

Page revised: 4 March 2017

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