Lower Canada College (LCC), located in Montreal, Quebec, is an elementary and secondary level private school. The school offers education from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Students graduate from Grade 11, and then have the option of leaving the school and going on to a Pre-University college, unique to the Quebec system, or returning to LCC for the Pre-University year. Once boys-only, LCC is now co-educational, with roughly 40 percent of the intake being girls. Girls were first admitted to Grade 12 in 1992 and were phased into the other grades beginning in the 1995–96 school year.

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  • Lower Canada College (LCC), located in Montreal, Quebec, is an elementary and secondary level private school. The school offers education from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Students graduate from Grade 11, and then have the option of leaving the school and going on to a Pre-University college, unique to the Quebec system, or returning to LCC for the Pre-University year. Once boys-only, LCC is now co-educational, with roughly 40 percent of the intake being girls. Girls were first admitted to Grade 12 in 1992 and were phased into the other grades beginning in the 1995–96 school year. Until recently, LCC was one of the few remaining schools with a covered outdoor ice hockey rink. This has been replaced by a new athletics centre, as well as a new arena. In addition to hockey, LCC has been known for fielding strong teams in Canadian football, soccer and basketball. Rugby was canceled in 2017 because it was deemed "too dangerous". LCC's traditional rival in sports and other matters is Selwyn House. The annual tuition fees for attending LCC range from $18,695 to $23,845. The school also receives subsidies from the provincial government that is available to all private schools for Grades 7 to 11, which means all students in the high school section must have a certificate of eligibility allowing them to attend government-funded English schools in Quebec in accordance with Bill 101. (en)
  • Le Lower Canada College (français : Collège du Bas-Canada) de Montréal est une école primaire et secondaire privée. Le collège fut fondé en 1861 sous le nom d'école St. John's et a changé de nom en 1909 pour devenir le Lower Canada College. Le Lower Canada College offre le programme scolaire de la maternelle à la 12e année. Les étudiants obtiennent leur diplôme d'études secondaires au terme de 11 année d'études et peuvent quitter pour poursuivre leurs études au collège Québécois selon le système scolaire conventionnel ou poursuivre leurs études jusqu'en 12e année pour effectuer une année d'études pré-universitaire selon le système anglo-saxon. L'école est une des dernières à posséder un terrain extérieur de hockey. En plus du hockey, le Lower Canada College est célèbre pour ses équipes sportives en football, en soccer, en basketball et en rugby : les Lions. Une forte rivalité, sportive et académique, a court entre le Lower Canada College et . Autrefois une institution pour garçons, le collège est maintenant mixte ayant une population étudiante composée d'environ 40 % de filles. Les filles ont été accueillies pour la première fois en 12e années en 1992, et ont été accueillies dans les autres classes à partir de l'année scolaire 1995-96. En plus d'être devenu une institution mixte, le Lower Canada College est devenu une institution bilingue offrant des cours en français et en anglais. (fr)
  • ローワー・カナダ・カレッジ (Lower Canada College) は、カナダのモントリオールにある私立学校(小学校・中学校・高校)である。略称はLCCという。 (ja)
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  • ローワー・カナダ・カレッジ (Lower Canada College) は、カナダのモントリオールにある私立学校(小学校・中学校・高校)である。略称はLCCという。 (ja)
  • Lower Canada College (LCC), located in Montreal, Quebec, is an elementary and secondary level private school. The school offers education from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Students graduate from Grade 11, and then have the option of leaving the school and going on to a Pre-University college, unique to the Quebec system, or returning to LCC for the Pre-University year. Once boys-only, LCC is now co-educational, with roughly 40 percent of the intake being girls. Girls were first admitted to Grade 12 in 1992 and were phased into the other grades beginning in the 1995–96 school year. (en)
  • Le Lower Canada College (français : Collège du Bas-Canada) de Montréal est une école primaire et secondaire privée. Le collège fut fondé en 1861 sous le nom d'école St. John's et a changé de nom en 1909 pour devenir le Lower Canada College. L'école est une des dernières à posséder un terrain extérieur de hockey. En plus du hockey, le Lower Canada College est célèbre pour ses équipes sportives en football, en soccer, en basketball et en rugby : les Lions. Une forte rivalité, sportive et académique, a court entre le Lower Canada College et . (fr)
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