Hanover is a student-centred school division striving for excellence while developing skills and promoting values for a productive and wholesome life.
Hanover School Division is a growing and thriving learning community that is committed to educating the total person in an inclusive, co-operative, safe and caring learning environment. The school division celebrates its diversity with over 37 countries of origin represented within the 7700 students and 1100 teachers and support staff that work on a daily basis to provide a rich and engaging learning environment for all students.
Hanover School Division is located southeast of Winnipeg. There are 18 schools in the division that service the communities of Landmark, Niverville, Bothwell, Blumenort, Mitchell, Kleefeld, Grunthal, Crystal Springs, and Steinbach.
HSD takes great pride in providing students with access to a variety of programs that accommodate their different abilities, interests, and ambitions. A full range of core academic courses are offered at the three Senior Years schools along with excellent Art, Drama, Instrumental and Choral Music, Industrial Arts, and Athletic programs.
Since 1878, teachers and school boards in Hanover have provided students with a quality education that has prepared each student to find their place in the work world and become a contributing member to their home community and in many cases the national or global community we are a part of.
- 8th Largest School Division in the Province
- Over $74 million Annual Budget
- 18 Schools in 9 Communities
- More than 7,700 Students
- Regular and spare staff of over 1,100
- More than 90 Buses and over 120 Daily Runs
- Full Vocational and Technology Education Programming
- Excellence in Academics, Athletics, and the Arts