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About Crocus Plains


Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School, an academic/technology school, provides students in the City of Brandon and in the southwestern region of Manitoba, an opportunity to attain both academic and technology education diplomas.

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School provides students with an excellent opportunity to learn in a modern facility.  The facility includes the following:

  • Student Services Center - Career, program, and personal counseling
  • Multi-Purpose Theatre - accommodates 134 students
  • Cafeteria - accommodates 300 students
  • Library and seminar rooms
  • Band and Music Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Science Labs
  • Art and Drama Rooms
  • Computer Labs
  • Fitness Center
  • Infant Center


In addition to the above, the facility has the following technology program learning environments:
  • Automotive Technology
  • Carpentry
  • Collision Repair Technology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Design Drafting 
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Electronic Sciences & Technology 
  • Graphic Design
  • Hairstyling
  • Health Care Aide Program
  • Photography
  • Sound Engineering
  • Welding Technology


Statement of Learning Beliefs

The Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School staff believes:

  • Students learn from a skilled, consistent, and enthusiastic teacher acting in a positive role model.
  • Students learn through practical experience, observation, and social interaction.
  • Relevance is fundamental to more meaningful learning.
  • Learning is influenced by each student's sense of self-worth and should be recognized by the teacher; therefore, positive reinforcement and success are necessary to motivate the learner.
  • Communication skills are important to learning.
  • Learning takes place when quality is expected and encouraged.
  • Students learn when encouraged to use skills they have acquired to solve problems and to think freely.
  • Students learn with different styles, rates, and at different levels.
  • Learning happens in an environment where goals and expectations are clearly defined and evaluated.
  • Self-discipline improves learning.
  • Learning is enhanced in a secure environment where students are free from discrimination and harassment.
  • Students need to recognize that they are responsible for their own learning.
  • Learning is life-long.