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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Teulon Collegiate (59 First Street NE, Teulon)

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Located on First Street NE in Teulon, the Teulon Collegiate was commissioned by the Interlake School Division with architectural designs provided by the Winnipeg architectural firm of Smith Carter Searle and Associates, and built in 1961 by the Harper Construction Company. It was opened officially by a ceremony on 8 December 1961 attended by members of the school board: Hugh Proctor (Chairman), J. A. Boyd (Vice-Chairman), E. R. James, Thomas Robertson, J. C. Brown, P. E. Last, Emil Moeller, and J. C. Cumming (Secretary-Treasurer). Previously, local high school grades were taught at Teulon High School / Teulon Collegiate.




Before 1961

See Teulon High School / Teulon Collegiate


Edward Turner Revel


Barry Carman


John Suzko


Brian Wallace


Ken Hogland


Ron Taylor


Jeff Levesque


Tim Lee





Michael John Makowski (1924-2002)




Before 1961

See Teulon High School / Teulon Collegiate


Andrew Alexiuk (grade 9), Wayne Allan Bovay (grade 9), Elgin Roy Brown (grade 9), Frederick Grant McKay (grade 12), Michael John Makowski (grade 11), Olivier Bernard Muloin (grade 10), Edward Turner Revel (grade 11), John Senkiw (grade 11), Valentine Wozny (grade 10)


Andrew Alexiuk (grade 10), Willard Helge Anderson (grade 11), Wayne Allan Bovay (grade 9), Frank Donald Clark (grade 10, May-June), Reginald Thomas “Reg” Kendrick (grade 9), Michael John Makowski (grade 11), Olivier Bernard Muloin (grade 12), Thomas Ellis Walker (grade 10, September-May), Arthur Wirch (grade 10), Violet Jean Zabrowsky (grade 10)


Andrew Alexiuk (grade 11), Lyle Amy Campbell (grade 9), Lola Marion Griffin (grade 11), Kenneth Halldorson (grade 11), Michael John Makowski (grade 12), Olivier Bernard Muloin (grade 12), Joseph John Rebizant (grade 9), Arthur Wirch (grade 10)


John Harold “Jack” Ballen (grade 12), Lyle Amy Campbell (grade 10), Lola Marion Griffin (grade 11), Nick Olynik (grade 10), Michael William Onyschuk (grade 9), Thomas Ellis Walker (grade 10), John M. Wilkie (grade 11), Arthur Wirch (grade 12)


John Harold “Jack” Ballen (grade 12), George Matthew Buchkowski (grade 9), Lyle Amy Campbell (grade 10), Gail Joyce Dromereski (grade 11), Lola Marion Griffin (grade 12), Olivier Bernard Muloin (grade 9), Nick Olynik (grade 10), Michael William Onyschuk (grade 10), Arthur Wirch (grade 11)

Photos & Coordinates

Teulon Collegiate

Teulon Collegiate (June 1967)
Source: Archives of Manitoba, Manitoba Local Government Boundaries Commission,
File 17B Teulon Collegiate.

Teulon Collegiate

Teulon Collegiate (June 1967)
Source: Archives of Manitoba, Manitoba Local Government Boundaries Commission,
File 17B Teulon Collegiate.

Teulon Collegiate

Teulon Collegiate (April 2023)
Source: Rose Kuzina

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N50.39173, W97.26206
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Manitoba Business: Smith Carter and Katelnikoff / Smith Carter Architects and Engineers / Architecture49

Manitoba Business: Harper Construction Company


“Teulon Collegiate officially opened,” Stonewall Argus & Teulon Times, 13 December 1961, Section 2, page 3.

One Hundred Years in the History of the Rural Schools of Manitoba: Their Formation, Reorganization and Dissolution (1871-1971) by Mary B. Perfect, MEd thesis, University of Manitoba, April 1978.

Schools in Manitoba - Volume 2, Teulon Collegiate - File 17B, Local Government Boundaries Commission, March 1968, Archives of Manitoba.

Manitoba School Records Collection, Teulon School District No. 1093 (Teulon Collegiate) - Daily Registers, GR9483, Archives of Manitoba.

School division half-yearly attendance reports (E 0757), Archives of Manitoba.

We thank Shayne Campbell and Rose Kuzina for providing information used here.

This page was prepared by Nathan Kramer.

Page revised: 26 April 2023

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