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College Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption

A private, co-ed secondary school
Student accommodation 5 or 7 days a week

A spacious, green, high-tech campus

Located in Nicolet, at the heart of an immense green space overlooking the river, Collège Notre-Dame-de –l’Assomption is a private, co-ed secondary school built strategically halfway between Québec City and Montréal.

The school is equipped with student residential services for girls and boys. Students from all over Québec and from around the world have made our campus their second home.

The College offers the MELS (Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport) Québec school system general education program for young people, which leads to a secondary school diploma issued by the Ministry. Courses are given in French.

Our educational plan

The College’s educational plan strives to create a learning community that invites students to reach their full potential in all aspects of their lives, and to integrate knowledge and learning so as to live in greater harmony with their environment, within themselves and with others.

Our values

Self-realization: developing and using personal potential and talents.

A school that helps you prepare for tomorrow’s challenging world

International students

CNDA’s 7-day residence service enables foreign students to pursue high quality education that opens access to university studies. Completing secondary and collegial studies in Québec is regarded as advantageous before attending university in Québec or even in the rest of Canada.

Admission for international students

Admission process and Registration for international students

To attend Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption College, candidates must complete these two steps:

  1. Admission Request, entailing a review of your academic record (report cards).
    An admission request may be submitted at any time. It will be reviewed according to reception date and places available.
    To be admitted, students must freely consent to attending the school, and demonstrate the capacity to pursue secondary studies.
  2. Official registration entails registration of the student, and also registration of the student’s choice of courses, program and profile. Official registration is only for students who have been accepted.

1.1. Complete the Admission Request Form

1.2. Send it to the College (Obligatory):

  • admission form duly completed;
  • a LEGIBLE photocopy of birth certificate;
  • A report card showing academic results for the preceding year, as well as the year in progress.

1.3. The decision by the Admissions Committee will be made quickly, and written confirmation will follow by email.


2.1 If your child is accepted, you will receive the following documents by email:

  • An acceptance letter from the College;
  • An official registration form and course selection (to complete);
  • A document to obtain a Québec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) (to complete);
  • A parental authority declaration (to complete);
  • Information for bank transfers.

2.2 You must make a deposit of $1,000 (deducted from school fees) + $300 to cover the cost of opening a file and applying for a Quebec Certificate of Acceptance.

2.3 You must return all the completed documents to us by email.

2.4 To study in Québec, it is necessary to obtain a Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ), which we undertake to get for your child. The procedure is carried out at the Québec Immigration Offices. To enable us to proceed with the request, you must complete the application form for a Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ) in blue ink, and return it to us by registered mail.


To study in Canada, the parents of students of minor age must obtain a student visa from the Government of Canada. The College cannot make this application for you.

3.1 You must apply for a student visa issued by the Government of Canada.

When we receive the Quebec Certificate of Acceptance (CAQ), we will send it to you by registered mail with the College’s original letter of acceptance and a Sponsored Dependent Declaration (declaration of guardianship). These documents will enable you to make the request for a student visa to the Canadian government.

Here is the link for the Immigration Canada website: Immigration and Citizenship


A bank transfer should be made to Collège Notre-Dame-de-L'Assomption.

Address: 225 St-Jean Baptiste Street, Nicolet, Québec, CANADA, J3T 0A2

Contact information for bank tranfer:
Bank : Caisse centrale Desjardins, Montréal, Canada
Swift Code: CCDQCAMM
Branch: CC081510038
Account: 0815100380605949

Fax the Admission Request Form for international students

Complete the form, OR contact us so that we can mail you the Admission Request Form and other relevant documents about the College.