Stanstead College

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Stanstead College
Stanstead college Colby House.jpg
Stanstead, Quebec
Coordinates 45°00′42″N 72°05′41″W / 45.0118°N 72.0947°W / 45.0118; -72.0947Coordinates: 45°00′42″N 72°05′41″W / 45.0118°N 72.0947°W / 45.0118; -72.0947
School type Independent, day and boarding, university-preparatory high school
Established 1872
Headmaster Michael Wolfe
Faculty 42
Enrollment 235
Campus 600 acres (2.4 km2)
Colour(s) Red and White

Stanstead College is an independent boarding school in Stanstead, Quebec, Canada for boys and girls in Grades 7 through 12.[1] The school is located on a 600-acre (2.4 km2) campus in Quebec's Eastern Townships - just north of the Canada–United States border - and enrolls about 200 students.

The school was established in 1872 as Stanstead Wesleyan College. The school was founded as a co-educational school. In 1959 it became 'boys only'. In 1979, the school returned to its original co-educational status.[2]


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Chronological order of publication (oldest first)

  • MacDonald, Joan (1977). The Stanstead College story. Stanstead, Que: Board of Trustees of Stanstead College. 

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