Victor H.L. Wyatt School was designed by Johnson & Mager Architects and built in 1979. The school was constructed with sustainability in mind, taking most of its energy from waste; in the building is a heat recovery incinerator fired by a paper refuse. To enable the success of the heating system, proper insulation was ensured through a completely mechanical ventilation system, double thermal paned walls and roof, and quadruple-paned windows that cannot open. The school's exterior is clad in brown brick.
Victor H.L. Wyatt School currently offers schooling for Kindergarten to Grade 8 students and serves as the divisional hub for Practical Arts education. The school is named after a former superintendent of the St. Vital School Division.
- Heat recovery incinerator fired by a paper refuse for the whole division
- Completely mechanical ventilation; windows are quadruple-paned and do not open to ensure proper insulation
- Double thermal pane insulation in walls and roofing
- Brown brick facade
- Flat roof
- "Invitation to Tender Construction of Victor H.L. Wyatt School." Winnipeg Free Press, October 8, 1977.
- Manitoba Historical Society
- "School energy plan tops goal." Winnipeg Free Press, January 16, 1979.
- "Schools Gathering Steam in Efforts to Conserve Energy." Winnipeg Free Press, September 2, 1978.
- "Wyatt School Honours St. V Administrator." Winnipeg Free Press, October 25, 1979.