In today’s international context of societies opening up to the world, the global challenges of improving health and quality of life, rapid technological change and the breaking down of borders, CIMT aims to offer students:

  • Study programs based on quality education, enabling students to achieve their personal goals, continue their intellectual growth and ensure solid preparation for higher education
  • Pedagogical and educational support that fosters personal growth, a well-rounded education and integration into the community
  • A living environment in harmony with nature that favours physical, moral and spiritual well-being

CIMT will be operated by Collège Letendre, an institution whose reputation has been well established for over 40 years. A secondary-level education, founded on universal values of humanity and openness to the world, will be provided in both French and English.

CIMT will thus become part of the private teaching network led by Collège Letendre, which also includes Collège Laurentien, Collège Citoyen in Laval and Collège Boisbriand in the Lower Laurentians.

Located in the heart of nature, the College will focus on four key areas:
Entrepreneurial leadership: a five-year high school course that offers a dynamic approach to entrepreneurial learning
Quality of life and health: good nutrition, healthy lifestyles, regular physical activity, stress management, etc.
Respect for the environment: protection of nature, fauna, flora and water through awareness of the impact of our presence on living things
Citizenship: awareness that all human beings are equal; openness to others; understanding and mutual respect.


CIMT’s main goals are to:

  • Provide high-quality training recognized by the Quebec Ministry of Education and major post-secondary institutions around the world
  • Promote the practice of sports within a high-calibre academic program
  • Equip students with the intellectual foundation and skills necessary to contribute to the harmonious development of their community while respecting the environment
  • Share the College’s human, cultural and economic capital with the regional community


Our classes will be made up of motivated students (international and local), who are capable of succeeding in their studies and willing to invest in their future. Under no circumstances will classes exceed 20 students.

The limited number of students at the College allows us to promote a flexible and personalized approach. Special attention is given to integrating students into the local community.

The students’ schedules are based on an 18-day cycle. They will attend 4 classes (75 minutes) per day, between 8:10 a.m. and 2:35 p.m. The lunch period is from 12:15 to 3:20 p.m. for all grades.

The students will live on campus 7 days a week for the duration of the academic year, with the exception of two breaks of two consecutive vacation weeks (Christmas & Winter break). A varied program of activities, including a period of supervised study, as well as social, sports and cultural activities, is also planned outside class hours.
Ports and cultural excursions are scheduled during the year, such as:

  • A Quebec City Carnival & Ice Hotel excursion
  • Trips to Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto
  • Rafting in Spring
  • Trip to the sugar shack

Tuition fees $62,000 (Canadian dollars) per school year

Fees include:

  • The academic program
  • Residence on campus (7 days/week)
  • Meals
  • School and extracurricular activities
  • Tutoring in French or English (40 hrs.)
  • Rental of sports equipment (skis, boots, board)
  • Cultural and sports events (4)
  • Uniforms & laundry
  • Books and school supplies
  • Transport (excursions and to and from airports), locker, padlock