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Collège d’Anjou


Founded in 1993 as Marie-Victorin High School, the school relocated to a new establishment known as Collège d’Anjou in 2006. The school rapidly evolved due to major investments in academia, thereby placing it in a favorable position to excel in its quest of becoming a 21st century school.

The Collège strives in its educational mission of implementing values such as: collaboration, determination and success. A student enrolled at Collège d’Anjou develops the will and effort to succeed, gain a sense of responsibility and confidence. These important traits give students a better understanding of what it takes to succeed in today’s world.

Moreover, Collège d’Anjou offers an innovative mentoring program which promotes creativity, motivation, and collaboration among teachers and students. Its platform for success is embedded within a passionate staff dedicated to support student learning for academic achievement.




Teaching order

  • High School

General Director

Frédéric Desjardins


11 000, rue Renaude Lapointe, Anjou (Québec) H1J 2V7

514 322-8111http://

Region : Montréal

Municipality : Montréal

Borough : Anjou


  • Main language of instruction: French

Other services

  • Tablet or portable device for students
  • Summer camps: Day camps

School Information

Member of network

  • Brundtland Green Establishment (environment)

Subsidized school

  • Yes

Admissions information

Contact information

Manon Sévigny

Secretary Educational Services

514 322-8111

Open houses

No open house available


Entrance exam

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Total number of students : 735

Number of high school girls : 389

Number of high school boys : 326

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