Vincent Massey Collegiate (Montreal)

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

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).


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.


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

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