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École Secondaire Kelvin High School

A school with over 100 years of history.

Welcome to the Kelvin History Website!

Kelvin High School has over 100 years of history and since 2012 our committee of students have been working to explore our school’s past. We have decided to feature pages on distinguished alumni, our school’s military history, student projects, a gallery of images taken throughout the years, and much more! We hope to develop an interactive website where Kelvin grads of all ages can discuss and learn more about our school’s fantastic history.

Comment Board

Browse some of the wonderful comments that have been left on our website by the public:


Raymond Sokalski

Thought you wonderful scholars should see this: he is a KELVIN grad! http://ww...


Janet

Highly engaging website! An inspiring template for history, memory and communit...


John Snow

Where is Mr. Fred Smith? A principal for several years who apparently started cl...


Hall of Fame  Israel Asper

The Kelvin History Hall of Fame is dedicated towards giving honour to and information on some of the Kelvin alumni that have made significant impact in politics, athletics, and several other categories. The Hall of Fame will be a continously updated piece of Kelvin history with the help of students, teachers, and alumni combined. The information gathered has been delicately collected and outlines the many achievements our school has contributed to in Winnipeg, in Canada, and across the world! Please click the image above to visit the Hall of Fame; the ideal online information library showcasing the many talented minds which were adopted into kelvin and stored in its history forever.

Hall of Remembrance

Designed to commemorate those Kelvin alumni who paid the ultimate sacrifice in both world wars, the Hall of Remembrance is a compilation of personal, military, and photographic information on over 250 Kelvin soldiers. It is our hope that by remembering each student individually, both as an alumnus and as a soldier, we will better allow readers to understand the terrible nature of war, and the dreadful cost it can inflict on a single life. The Hall of Remembrance is a place for reflection and thought, a place for education and growth, and an important social bond between today's Kelvinites and those who walked the halls many years past. Please take the time to remember and contemplate the names on this page and what they died fighting for.