Commission scolaire Jérôme-Le Royer

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The Commission scolaire Jérôme-Le Royer was a Catholic school board located on the Island of Montreal in Quebec, Canada. It oversaw French and English schools in the former independent municipalities of Anjou, Saint-Leonard, and Montreal-Est as well as the city of Montreal's borough of Pointe-aux-Trembles

It was abolished by the government of Quebec on July 1, 1998, as part of a general transition from school boards representing religious communities to those representing linguistic communities.[1] The English schools were transferred to the English Montreal School Board, and the French schools were transferred to the Commission scolaire de la Pointe-de-l'Île.


Schools included:[2]

Francophone secondary schools:

Anglophone secondary schools:

Francophone primary schools:

  • École primaire Albatros
  • École primaire Alphonse-Pesant
  • École primaire Ami Soleil
  • École primaire Cardinal-Léger
  • École primaire Chénier
  • École primaire Des Roseraies
  • École primaire Félix-Leclerc
  • École primaire François-La Bernade
  • École primaire Gabrielle-Roy
  • École primaire Jacques-Rousseau
  • École primaire La Dauversière
  • École primaire Lambert-Closse
  • École primaire Montmartre
  • École primaire Notre-Dame
  • École primaire René-Pelletier
  • École primaire Ste-Germaine-Cousin
  • École primaire St-Joseph
  • École primaire St-Marcel
  • École primaire Ste-Marguerite-Bourgeoys
  • École primaire Ste-Maria-Goretti
  • École primaire St-Octave
  • École primaire Victor-Lavigne
  • École primaire Wilfrid-Bastien
  • École primaire Wilfrid-Pelletier

Anglophone primary schools:

  • Dante Elementary School
  • Honoré Mercier Elementary School
  • McLearon Elementary School
  • Pierre de Coubertin Elementary School
  • Tara Hall Elementary School

Former schools[edit]

Schools closed prior to the district's dissolution:[citation needed]


  1. ^ Historique et profil de la CSPI Archived 2011-08-28 at the Wayback Machine, Commission scolaire de la Pointe-de-l'Île, accessed 11 August 2011.
  2. ^ "Ecoles." Commission scolaire Jérôme-Le Royer. May 25, 1998. Retrieved on September 23, 2017.

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