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At Akiva School, we teach to the whole child, focusing on the intellectual, social/emotional and moral character development of every student. We promote independent, creative thinking, anchored in Jewish values and a strong Jewish identity.
Help build the new Akiva Innovation Lab At Akiva School, we believe in unleashing our students' unique strengths and tapping into their innate curiosity to create, learn and grow. The Akiva Innovation Lab will help us reach a new level of learning. Please help us...read more
Dear Members of the Akiva Community, I am happy to announce, on behalf of the Board of Directors, the appointment of Akiva’s new Head of School - Rabbi Eric Grossman. Rabbi Grossman comes to Akiva School with over 20 years in Jewish day school education and...read more
The week of January 15th, Akiva School celebrated Hebrew Language Week, coinciding with the birth date in the Hebrew month of Tevet of Eliezer ben Yehuda, the driving leader in the revival of the Hebrew language. Throughout this week, our love for the Hebrew language...read more
"Be Our Guest" Akiva students and parents in grades 3 to 6 presented four fantastic performances of "Be Our Guest" at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. The annual Akiva Players performance is run completely by a team of dedicated Akiva parents and every year is a...read more
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On December 5th, Akiva School held our annual Kindness Day, this year entitled "The Power of Inclusion". Students focused on what it means to them to be kind and how to reach out with simple acts of kindness to others. As part of the day, Akiva...read more
Walk in my Shoes... For this year's Akiva Parent Day, a day of activities run entirely by a group of dedicated Akiva parents, the students learned more about special needs and the organizations that help support people with special needs. The school was visited by...read more
As part of the Akiva Common Read program, Akiva students from kindergarten to grade 6 explore together a literary work through storytelling, art, song, sharing and discussion. This year, Akiva School read "The Giving Tree" by Shel Silverstein.read more