Stanstead College

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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]

Stanstead College
Stanstead college Colby House.jpg
Stanstead, Quebec
Coordinates 45°00′42″N 72°05′41″W / 45.0118°N 72.0947°WCoordinates: 45°00′42″N 72°05′41″W / 45.0118°N 72.0947°W
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


Further reading

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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