Non Nobis Solum: The History of Lower Canada College and Its Predecessor, St. John's School

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Non Nobis Solum: The History of Lower Canada College and Its Predecessor, St. John's School
Abstract
Lower Canada College, a private elementary and secondary school on Royal Avenue in Montreal, traces elements of its roots to 1861 to St. John's School, a small Anglican Boys' boarding school started by the Church of St John the Evangelist. Lower Canada College opened at its present location on September 20, 1909. Once a boys-only school, since 1995 it has been coeducational.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Corporation of Lower Canada College
Date
1972
Language
en
Citation
Penton, D. S. Non Nobis Solum: The History of Lower Canada College and Its Predecessor, St. John’s School. Montreal: Corporation of Lower Canada College, 1972.
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