The study of educational pathways among Quebec youth with an immigrant origin has nevertheless touched upon, to various degrees, the main explications of phenomenon available in the literature. The educational experience of youth of immigrant origin is thus a central indicator of the extent to which the incorporation of immigrants into a pluralistic and yet francophone Quebec is deemed successful. This chapter examines the educational pathways of first- and second-generation students with an emphasis on the differences observed, with regard to students of the third generation and more that is, students who were born in Canada and whose parents were both born in Canada and, among subgroups by region of origin. It evaluates the influence of student characteristics on the graduation of first and second generations and compares that with the corresponding influence on the graduation of the third generation. The chapter contrasts the results obtained in the course of pursuing these two objectives with theoretical considerations available in existing literature.