Collège Jean-Eudes

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Collège Jean-Eudes
Collège Jean-Eudes.jpg
3535, boulevard Rosemont
Montreal, Quebec, H1X 1K7
Coordinates 45°33′20″N 73°34′47″W / 45.55556°N 73.57972°W / 45.55556; -73.57972Coordinates: 45°33′20″N 73°34′47″W / 45.55556°N 73.57972°W / 45.55556; -73.57972
School type Private school
(Restoring all things in Christ)
Established April 1951 (1951-04)
Principal Nancy Desbiens
Language French
Team name Aigles

Collège Jean-Eudes is a private French-language high school in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is located on Rosemont Boulevard at 15th Avenue in the Montreal borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie. Students must wear uniforms.

Prospective students must pass an entrance exam to be accepted in the school. A maximum of 350 students are admitted each year to form and maintain 10 groups of 35 in each grade.

The school's facilities include double gymnasiums and a rock climbing wall, as well as a workout room, with gym equipment and different workout plans. The school also shares an agreement with the adjacent Centre Étienne Desmarteau allowing the use of another two gyms and a skating rink. It is also home to a variety of sports teams, called les Aigles (the Eagles), such as volleyball, hockey, soccer, basketball, football, flag football, badminton, track and field and many more.

The school also features intensive dramatic arts, music and dance programs. Facilities to allow these activities include a 388 seats auditorium, a dramatic arts studio, a dance studio, two large music rooms, a computer assisted music room and several small soundproofed music studios. The school's jazz bands and wind groups regularly compete at local events.

Collège Jean-Eudes is considered to be one of the best four high schools in Quebec according to the French-language magazine L'actualité.[citation needed]

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