1902
King Edward School opened its doors for the children of Jewish immigrants. Teaching a curriculum of Hebrew language, Talmud, Jewish literature and history, it was the first Talmud Torah School.
1902
1907
Rabbi Israel I. Kahanovitch formed the Winnipeg Hebrew Free School – Talmud Torah, which was located at the corner of Dufferin and Aikins. The quality and diversity of the education system continued to grow.
1907
1914
The Yiddisher Yugend Farein, a cultural organization founded by new immigrants, started the Jewish Radical School. The name of the school was changed in 1915 to honour the Yiddish writer I.L. Peretz. It boasted a secular program stressing Yiddish language and Jewish history, and introduced a number of innovations to Jewish education in Winnipeg, including kindergarten and day school.
1914
1959
Joseph Wolinsky Collegiate opened for high school day students, combining General Studies with Jewish post-elementary studies. Ramah Hebrew School, a Kindergarten to Grade 6 school, opened to accommodate the need for a larger facility in the South End. The school curriculum included Hebrew language and Talmud. For the next three decades, both schools educated thousands of Jewish children in Winnipeg.
1959
1983
I.L. Peretz Folk School and Talmud Torah combined, and took on a new name, Talmud Torah - I.L. Peretz Folk School.
1983
1997
Gray Academy of Jewish Education opened at the Asper Jewish Community Campus in the south end of Winnipeg. It amalgamated Talmud Torah - I.L. Peretz Folk School, Joseph Wolinsky Collegiate and Ramah Hebrew School. The school was comprised of three divisions: Shore Early Years School, Simkin Middle School, and Joseph Wolinsky Collegiate.
1997
2004
Gray Academy of Jewish Education became a single school unto itself, amalgamating Shore Elementary School and Joseph Wolinsky Collegiate.
2004