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School residence

School residence - 150 spots available

A SCHOOL RESIDENCE SERVICE THAT STANDS OUT

The college is a strong supporter of active involvement and participation in the establishment of projects and activities of all kinds. 

Teams of educators plan and develop varied activities during which the residents can improve their intellectual, personal, social and physical skills.

For instance, the children will enjoy such experiences as:

  • Integration activities with international students;
  • Thematic nights like Halloween, Valentine’s Day, etc.;
  • A sugar shack evening with maple taffy on snow;
  • Karaoke nights;
  • Going out to the movies, or a Canadiens or Senators hockey game;
  • Corn roast;
  • Carnival week;
  • End of the year celebration at La Ronde, a water park or elsewhere;
  • Résid’or Gala.

The young residents can also practice a wide range of sports, such as basketball, football, baseball, tennis, skateboard, soccer, badminton, hockey, broomball, swimming, waterpolo, etc. in our top-of-the-line installations.

Coaching and support

A FIRST-CLASS SUPPORT SERVICE

In the daily life of residence, the goal is first and foremost to empower our residents in the care of their community environment, regardless of their age.

After school hours, many educators use their skills, demonstrate their enthusiasm for young people and become guides, contacts, confidants and facilitators imaginative, creative and attentive to the needs of our young residents who have a desire to learn and develop their talents.

The residents have well-organized evenings:

  • Extracurricular activities with external students;
  • Supervised study periods (possibility of two periods per day);
  • Availability of sports facilities;
  • Access to computer tools;
  • Special evenings (animations or outings);
  • Free time with their friends;
  • Supervised outing to the village;
  • And much more!