Balmoral Hall Schools

Balmoral Hall Schools

Balmoral Hall is the best choice for girls’ education. As a university preparatory school for girls from ages 2 – Grade 12, we encourage lifelong learning in a place of belonging that nurtures resilience, inspires creativity, and celebrates diversity. With our support, girls discover limitless potential to excel with conviction, reach with courage, and lead with innovation.

Girls who come to BH find that their lives have changed forever. Year after year, our graduates find acceptance at the post-secondary schools of their choice. Friendships formed at school continue as part of our closely knit alumnae community. And the confidence, determination, and resilience that begin at BH last the rest of their lives.





630 Westminster Ave. Winnipeg MB R3C 3S1, Canada

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Balmoral Hall is the only school in Manitoba to offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program for students in Nursery – Grade 5.

The programme enriches the Manitoba curriculum with a global focus and an emphasis on trans-disciplinary skills. Students are engaged in an inquiry based program that is designed to foster the development of the whole child.

Girls are provided an education that gives them a wealth of knowledge and experience from international schools, built on a relevant and engaging educational framework for all children.

We are accredited by:
Canadian Accredited Independent Schools (CAIS)
Manitoba Education and Advanced Learning
International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme


The Middle School welcomes students from Grades 6, 7 and 8. This is a special time. The girls’ lives are filled with developmental changes and new academic challenges.

Our nurturing environment in Middle School helps girls extend their knowledge of essential skills as they develop a sense of identity and become aware of their abilities and interests. Our academic program, athletics and the arts promote artistic and academic excellence.


At BH we provide our senior students (Grade 9-12) with a comprehensive program of studies that facilitates the achievement of individual potential, and inspires a love of learning. We offer a varied curriculum that enhances and exceeds provincial requirements and prepares young women for successful post-secondary education and future careers.

Our academic requirements encourage each student to design a rigorous program compatible with her abilities, interests and goals. Students may further enrich their programs by accelerated programs, as well as the Advanced Placement courses in Grades 11 and 12 in a variety of subjects. Balmoral Hall School’s challenging curriculum spans classical studies to twenty-first century technology.

Our comprehensive program includes traditional academic areas, athletics and arts education. Students have the opportunity to learn new languages, to express their ideas creatively through the visual and performing arts, and to develop a healthy lifestyle through our athletic program.

Balmoral Hall School’s female-centered environment promotes self-reliance, confidence and the freedom to learn. Our graduates are strong, independent women who have worked hard, formed lasting friendships and learned to care about the broader world. They are destined to make a difference!


The University Guidance program aims to connect high school learning with post-secondary education, then through to discovering future career goals. This program will help to provide a smoother transition between high school graduation and appropriate post-secondary programming, based on “best fit” decisions made by students who are confident and well informed. They will acquire the skills to identify and use career and education planning resources. Students engage in discussion and self-reflection to determine their interests and aptitudes. Along with the university advisor, each student begins an intensive exploration of university program choices, the admissions requirements for their school of choice, and the variety of post-secondary choices that exist.