Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf is a private, previously Jesuit French-language educational institution offering secondary school and college-level instruction in Montreal, Quebec. It is a co-ed establishment for students in their final year of secondary school and in college. It was boys-only for the first four years of secondary school. It retains a dress code, but no specific uniform. The school is located at 3200 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road. Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf is also a boarding school for college students wishing to reside at the college from Monday to Friday, and also during weekends.
Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf is commonly seen as one of the foremost schools in Canada and in Quebec, and it has the first place in the Fraser Institute School Ranking as of 2016. With alumni Pierre Trudeau and Justin Trudeau, Brebeuf is the secondary education institution that has produced the most Canadian Prime ministers in the country. It also was the alma mater of Quebec Premiers Robert Bourassa and Pierre-Marc Johnson, and of Leaders of the Official Opposition of Quebec such as Gérard Levesque, André Boisclair and Pierre-Karl Péladeau.
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