Your child is unique. That's why we want you to experience the warmth and wonder of our school with a unique, one-on-one experience you just can't get from an open house event.

Let’s Get Started!

  • First, we’ll set up a time to meet with you via Zoom (at this time, we are only able to meet with you virtually).
  • Once it’s safe to do so, we will follow up with a personalized in-person visit.
  • To get started, contact our Director of Admissions, Judi Price-Rosen: admissions@grayacademy.ca or 204.477.7489

Early Years – Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten

Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten at Gray Academy are the beginning of a lifelong journey of curiosity, exploration and learning. Our play-based approach, small classes and exceptional team of educators provide a nurturing environment where your child will:

    • be welcomed into a warm, caring classroom and school community;
    • make friends and learn about cooperative play;
    • develop fine motor skills in our new Discovery Room;
    • develop literacy, numeracy and language skills;
    • boost brain development by listening, speaking and singing in English, Hebrew and French;
    • integrate science, nature and teamwork in our Little Green Thumbs classroom garden program;
    • explore Jewish themes through language, holiday celebrations and cultural experiences;
    • express creativity with specialists in art, music and movement;
    • learn the skills and routines needed for a successful transition to Kindergarten and Grade 1.

Talk to Us about Early Years at Gray Academy

Experience for yourself what makes Gray Academy a special place for children in Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten.

Elementary Grades 1 – 6

From Grade 1 to Grade 6, children undergo tremendous growth – physically, cognitively and socially. As they become more aware of themselves and the world around them, Elementary-age students are gaining new skills, as they learn to consider, evaluate and interpret information and relationships in more sophisticated ways.

Our small classes and exceptional team of educators provide a nurturing environment where your child will:

  • be welcomed into a warm, caring classroom and school community;
  • develop literacy, numeracy and language skills, following the Manitoba curriculum;
  • enhance brain development and language skills by listening, speaking, reading and writing in English, Hebrew and French;
  • integrate concepts in arts, sciences and literature with Judaic studies;
  • see Jewish values, spirituality, history, holidays and culture come to life;
  • strengthen Jewish identity through dynamic spiritual and cultural experiences;
  • express creativity with specialists in art and music;
  • build lifelong friendships and teamwork;
  • differentiated learning to ensure every child achieves and succeeds;
  • no split grades!
  • unique guidance programs
  • express creativity and build leadership skills through co-curricular athletics, arts and clubs
  • develop the skills and confidence needed for a successful transition to High School and beyond.

Talk to Us about Elementary

Experience for yourself what makes Gray Academy a special place for students in Grades 1 through 6.

High School Grades 7 – 12

From Grade 7 to Grade 12, students are developing critical thinking skills, questioning ideas, finding their voice and establishing their personal identity. Our small classes and uniquely integrated program of General and Judaic studies and meaningful Jewish experiences provides a nurturing environment where every student:

  • is welcomed into a warm, caring classroom and school community;
  • can develop Jewish values and identity through classroom learning and dynamic Jewish experiences in and out of school;
  • learns to challenge ideas and think critically;
  • can develop a personal relationship with Israel, through course work and our P2G exchange program with Israeli high school students;
  • can explore learning strengths and preferences, with a broad range of elective course options to choose from;
  • is supported by niche guidance programs that help students navigate their physical and mental well-being, healthy relationships, and personal and academic choices;
  • develops leadership skills and a commitment to volunteerism through course work and community service requirements;
  • can explore their passions through co-curricular athletics, debating, visual and performing arts and a broad range of clubs;
  • can take advantage of opportunities to compete locally, nationally and internationally in co-curricular sports, arts, debating, public speaking, and Reach for the Top;
  • gains the skills and confidence to succeed in the next step of their life journey after High School.

Talk to Us about High School

Experience for yourself what makes Gray Academy a special place for students in Grades 7 through 12.

Click below to see for yourself what our students love about High School at Gray Academy: