Balmoral Hall School is located in the center of Winnipeg (in the province of Manitoba) on the bank of the Assiniboin river, and occupies a vast territory of 5 hectares (approximately 12 acres). Winnipeg is one of the most developed cultural communities in Canada. Here you can try a variety of dishes of the peoples of the world, get acquainted with their culture and art directions, foreign languages. Interesting and informative excursions are constantly organized for boarders: trips to theaters and cinema, visits to restaurants and cafes, cultural and sporting events. In walking distance from the campus there are many shopping and entertainment centers, attractions and restaurants, theaters and cinema.
The year of foundation of the Balmoral Hall School can be called 1901 - it was founded as the Havergal College, then it was called Rupert's Land College (1917), so as not to be confused with the names of the same school in Toronto. In 1950, the school merged with the Riverbend School, also a women's boarding house, and the association was named Balmoral, which remains to this day. Balmoral is one of the largest castles of the British royal family, and both schools have introduced their best features into the curriculum. The institution is constantly being completed, updated, reconstructed and modernized to meet all modern demands of students.
Educational institution is an active and active member of many prestigious educational organizations: