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Why Massey?

Institut collégial Vincent Massey Collegiate is a proud UNESCO school of over 1250 students with a dynamic, high energy staff of more than 120 professionals. This vibrant dual-track school has English grades 10-12 and French Immersion grades 9-12.

Built in the early 1960’s, Institut collégial Vincent Massey Collegiate has a strong, rich tradition of academics, arts and athletics as well as an emphasis on social justice, community service and outreach.

Our vision for the future of Institut collégial Vincent Massey Collegiate is supported by the numerous physical changes that have occurred to make the space accessible for all. For example, a newly renovated elevator, student services area and renovations to the library, front entrance and eventually a new gymnasium/performing arts space. As Canada and the world moves forward, so do our Institut collégial Vincent Massey Collegiate students, staff and community.

Massey’s history of strong athletic teams, creative performing arts and academic acknowledgements, (over $150,000 in graduation scholarships and bursaries), encourages all students to engage and participate in whatever interests them to the best of their ability. Beyond our competitive opportunities, Massey offers over 40 clubs and activities, typically student-initiated, such as:

Chess Club, Reach For the Top, Sustainable Development, Student Council, Solid Rock Youth, Diversify, Crafts, UNESCO, Peer Tutoring, Key Club, Thirty Hour Famine, Tech Club, Asian Pop Culture, Travel Clubs, Duke of Edinburgh, 20/20, Writers’ Guild, Shameless Idealist, Gender Sexuality Alliance, Meditative Colouring Club and more.

While honouring Vincent Massey’s history and tradition, our faculty and community moves forward as a 21st Century, UNESCO school creating learning opportunities and challenges for all students. Massey’s teaching faculty offers classroom experiences that are current, relevant and rigorous. We are genuinely interested in student growth and development in and outside the classroom. Students can pursue their creative interests and curiosities, expand their leadership and sense of belonging, challenge social justice issues and take action while striving for excellence. At Institut collégial Vincent Massey Collegiate in the Pembina Trails School Division, ‘Anything is Possible!’

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