Kindergarten – Grade 12
For the 2020-2021 school year, full parental contribution is $11,175 for first and second children, $7,300 for a third and each additional child enrolled.
Families with a total annual household income less than $165,000 are eligible to apply for needs-based bursary assistance.
Click here to use our quick and easy calculator to determine your total parental contribution:
At Gray Academy, we do all we can to ensure no family is ever turned away because of financial need.
Bursary application forms for the 2020-2021 school year are available here. Applications may be submitted until March 27, 2020.
Our growing Junior Kindergarten program, currently at full capacity, offers half- and full-day options to suit your child and your family. Children turning 3 or 4 by December 31, 2020 are eligible to participate in our rich, child-centered JK program.
Find details, fees and bursary information for Junior Kindergarten in 2020-2021 right here.
New to Canada
If you are considering a move to Canada or have moved to Canada within the current calendar year, you may qualify for a reduced contribution for each child for the 2020-2021 school year. Click here for details on the New to Canada Parental Contribution.
Extended Hours and Programs
At Gray Academy, we understand families may need to drop their children off a little earlier in the morning, pick them up a little later at the end of the day or rely on programming on days when there’s no school for students, including In-Service days and Jewish holidays. Click here for details on early drop-off, late pick-up, extended hours and full-day supervision programs.
Gray Academy and the Winnipeg Board of Jewish Education are committed to doing all we can to ensure no family is ever turned away because of financial need. Click here to learn about supports available to make your invaluable investment in a Jewish day school education more manageable for your family.
Your Parental Contribution is Tax Deductible!
Kindergarten-Grade 12 – In accordance with the policies outlined in Canada Revenue Agency Information Circular 75-23, parental contributions for students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 may qualify as a charitable donation on your Canadian income tax return.
Junior Kindergarten and Supervision – Contributions for students in Junior Kindergarten and fees for Gray Academy supervision programs (before and after school; holiday and in-service programs) may qualify as child care expenses on your Canadian income tax return (Line 214).
Talk to an expert – Each family’s circumstances are unique. Please consult a tax professional for specific details and deduction information for your family.