"For Jews, education is not just what we know, it's who we are."

- Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Education you won’t find anywhere else

As Western Canada’s only JK-Grade 12 Jewish day school, Gray Academy provides unparalleled opportunities for students to learn and grow through every stage of development in an environment of academic excellence framed by Jewish community, identity and values. Our rich multilingual program empowers students of all ages to thrive academically, socially emotionally and Jewishly, in and out of the classroom.

A unique blend of General and Jewish learning

  • In Elementary, concepts of General and Judaic studies are woven together throughout the learning day in creative ways that inspire critical thinking, collaboration, spiritual growth and community building. Elementary students also enjoy classes in Phys Ed, Music, Art, French and Guidance interspersed throughout their schedule.
  • High School students’ schedules are comprised of a balance of General and Judaic subjects throughout the day, including mandatory courses and a broad range of electives students choose for themselves. Our High School environment balances a strong academic program with exceptional opportunities for personal growth and leadership.
  • Learn more about Elementary and High School learning at Gray Academy.

Grounded in the Manitoba Curriculum

  • Gray Academy General Studies courses follow Manitoba Education’s Curriculum for every grade. The provincial curricula for all General Studies courses, by grade and subject, can be reviewed online at My Child In School.
  • All courses offered at Gray Academy, including required and electives Judaic Studies courses, are approved by Manitoba Education.

Enriched with Jewish learning

  • Studies in Hebrew, prayer, tanach, Jewish holidays, Jewish history and Israel complement the provincial curriculum by providing students with age-specific opportunities to develop their Jewish knowledge, identity and values.
  • In all of these subjects, students are called upon to develop critical thinking and language arts skills, along with knowledge in social studies, geography, arts, music, science and world history.
  • Classroom learning is complemented by rich Jewish experiences, including holiday celebrations, field trips, retreats and international travel.