Historic Sites of Manitoba: Stanley Knowles School (2424 King Edward Street, Winnipeg)

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Named for politician Stanley Howard Knowles, construction of the two-storey Winnipeg School Division facility began in 1987. The school opened on 25 October 1988 and was later expanded via relocatable classrooms, some of which were affected by a fire on 1 September 2010 that resulted in $750,000 in damages.





Ivan Biblow (1936-2008)


Glen S. Eliasson


John Drzystek


Darryl Stevenson


Andrea Powell


Among the teachers of Stanley Knowles School was Maxine Geller.

Photos & Coordinates

Stanley Knowles School

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.94471, W97.20765
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Stanley Howard Knowles (1908-1997)


“Stanley Knowles School expands,” Winnipeg Free Press Weekly North Edition, 5 February 1989, page 4.

“Stanley Knowles School bursting at seams,” Winnipeg Free Press Weekly North Edition, 19 November 1989, page 9.

“Portable-classroom fire won't stop school,” Winnipeg Free Press, 2 September 2010, page A6.

Stanley Knowles School History, Winnipeg School Division.

Winnipeg School Division: Celebrating One Hundred Fifty Years, 1871-2021 by Winnipeg School Division, 2021.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 6 July 2022

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