Collège André-Grasset

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Collège André-Grasset
TypePrivate College
FounderSociété des Prêtres de Saint-Sulpice de Montréal
PresidentMarc Blais
DirectorPatrick Caron
1001, boulevard Crémazie Est
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H2M 1M3

45°33′02″N 73°37′58″W / 45.550617°N 73.632807°W / 45.550617; -73.632807
Sports teamPhenix
ColoursBlack and Red          
AffiliationsACCC, CCAA, QSSF

Collège André-Grasset is a private college in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located near the Quebec Autoroute 40 and the Crémazie metro station.

The college was founded in 1927 by the priests at St. Sulpice of Montreal and named for priest André Grasset. The school was built at the request of the Archbishop of Montreal. In 1975, the school opened a gym and a multipurpose room in 1990.

Since 2003, the college has been featuring technical training courses at the Institute Grasset. The school's president is Régent-Yves Desjardins and its director is Gilbert Héroux.

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Coordinates: 45°33′02″N 73°37′58″W / 45.55056°N 73.63278°W / 45.55056; -73.63278