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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Steinbach Regional Secondary School (190 McKenzie Avenue, Steinbach)

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The Steinbach Regional Secondary School in Steinbach is the only high school in the Steinbach region of Manitoba. The $4 million facility was built in 1972 and opened to students that fall. It was officially opened by Premier Ed Schreyer on 25 January 1973, along with the unveiling of a bronze plaque.




Before 1972

See Steinbach Collegiate Institute


Elbert Allan Toews


Bernhard “Bernie” Hiebert






Before 1972

See Steinbach Collegiate Institute


Ray Scharf




No information.

Photos & Coordinates

Steinbach Regional Secondary School

Steinbach Regional Secondary School (April 2022)
Source: Rose Kuzina

Site Location (lat/long): N49.51643, W96.68796
denoted by symbol on the map above


“Open line [Parents were given an insight ...],” Steinbach Carillon News, 6 December 1972, page 17.

“Schreyer to unveil regional school plaque,” Steinbach Carillon News, 24 January 1973, page 1.

“At school opening,” Steinbach Carillon News, 31 January 1973, page 1.

Steinbach, So Much to Celebrate: 1946-1996, Derksen Printers, 1997. [Manitoba Legislative Library, F 5649.S84]

We thank Rose Kuzina for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 17 April 2022

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