Give your students an unforgettable experience beyond the classroom. Designed for all ages (K‑12), our school programs offer students the chance to engage with stories and participate in dialogue on different human rights themes.
Photo: CMHR, Ruth Bonneville
Our in‐person school programs remain temporarily unavailable, with the exception of self‐guided tours. We have also adapted some of our school programs for students and teachers learning at home.
Students visiting the Museum in person will be required to follow the current COVID‐19 public health orders.
Before you make your request, take some time to explore our different programs and tours to see what’s the best fit for your classroom. Each program and tour deals with different age‐appropriate subject matter.
After you’ve found a program or tour you’re interested in, you will need to complete the Education Program Booking Request form. Once your form has been submitted, we’ll contact you to acknowledge we’ve received your request. If you have questions or need help with the form, call us at 204–289-2253 or 204–289-2227.
Confirm a Visit Date
In your request form, you’ll list your ideal visit dates which we will review to see if we can accommodate. If your first choice isn’t available, we will see if we can accommodate your second and third choices. Once a date is set, you’ll receive an email confirming your registration, along with a School Booking Contract form.
Sign the School Booking Contract form
Once you’ve received the School Booking Contract form, please sign it and return to us at email@example.com or by fax at 204–289-2001. Please note that your booking is not confirmed until we have received this form.
Prepare for Your Visit
Now that your booking is confirmed, you’ll want to prepare for your visit. Approximately four weeks before your visit, we will send you an information package by email to help you get ready.
Teachers and adult student-helpers play an important role in helping us ensure our school programs run smoothly. We will need your help to keep the group together, and to ensure that rules are being followed and behaviour is appropriate. Please also let us know in advance if there any special needs we can accommodate.
Please note the required adult-to-student ratios for a school visit:
K–6 groups: 1 adult for every 10 students (e.g. 36 students = 4 adults)
Grades 7–12 groups: 1 adult for every 15 students (e.g. 36 students = 3 adults)
All required adult supervisors receive free admission when accompanying a school group. Additional dedicated adult student-helpers for students with special needs are welcome at no cost.
Others accompanying the group will pay general admission rates.
Pay for your visit to the Museum when you make your booking. We accept cash, cheque or credit card.
(Note: You will be charged for the number of participants indicated at the time of booking. There are no refunds if your group arrives with fewer participants than planned on the day of your visit.)
Send your purchase order to the Museum in advance and we will input into our registration system. We cannot accept a purchase order on the day of your visit. Please make your own payment arrangements with your school or school division; purchase orders will be invoiced on the day of your program.
(Note: You will be charged for the number of participants indicated on your School Booking Contract form. If you expect your number to change, please advise us 48 hours in advance by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid additional charges).
Payment on arrival
Payments may be made upon arrival at the Museum. We accept cash, cheque or credit card pending on an accompanying authorized signature. Please make cheques payable to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Please note: We do not offer refunds.
(Note: You will be charged for the number of participants indicated on your School Booking Contract. If you expect your number to change, please advise us 48 hours in advance by emailing us at email@example.com to avoid additional charges).