Vincent Massey Collegiate (Montreal)

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Vincent Massey Collegiate
Address
5925, 27e Avenue
Montreal, Quebec, H1T 3J5
Canada
Coordinates 45°33′51″N 73°34′19″W / 45.5642°N 73.5719°W / 45.5642; -73.5719
Information
School type Public, Secondary School
School board English Montreal School Board
Principal Franca Cristiano
Grades 7-11
Language English
Team name The Rams
Website

Vincent Massey Collegiate (French: Collège Vincent Massey) is a high school located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is a part of the English Montreal School Board (EMSB).

History[edit]

The building that houses Vincent Massey was built as an elementary school in 1959 by the Montreal Catholic School Commission (CECM). It later became a French high school. It was called École Secondaire Philippe-Perrier. In 1976 it became an English high school and the name was changed to Vincent Massey High School. Depending on the years it was used as a junior high school such as in 1978 and 1979 or a senior high school. In 1985, following the closing of Holy Names High School, it became a regular high school with grades 7 to 11.

It was a part of the Catholic school commission until 1998.[1] In July 1998 school boards were reorganized and the school came under the jurisdiction on the English Montreal School Board.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Secondary Schools" (English). Montreal Catholic School Commission. January 20, 1998. Retrieved on August 4, 2016.

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