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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.

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#WeRemember at Akiva

January 26, 2017

To commemorate the upcoming International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th, Akiva is participating in a global event hosted by...

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Alouettes’ Marc-Olivier Brouillette Visits Akiva

January 16, 2017

Grades 5 and 6 had a very special treat today when Montreal Alouettes’ player Marc-Olivier Brouillette came to speak to...

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Grade 4 write their own “Tall Tales”

December 20, 2016

Grade 4 classes recently completed their creative writing unit where they explored the art of tall tales storytelling.  All students...

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Akiva Players Shine in Magical Performances in “The Magic Lamp”

December 19, 2016

Akiva School’s recent 13th annual production was a huge success with four incredible performances on the evenings of December 14th,...

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Mensch Madness – Akiva Parent Day

December 8, 2016

Akiva School Celebrates Community and Acts of Kindness with “Mensch Madness” Parent Day Wednesday, December 7th, 2016; – Akiva School held...

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Akiva Digital Newsletter – December 2016

December 6, 2016

Read all about the latest news from Akiva School in the Akiva Digital Newsletter. Akiva Digital Newsletter – December...

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Wishing everyone a wonderful February break. Classes resume on Monday February 27th. ... See MoreSee Less

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Studies have proven that knitting reduces blood pressure, decreases heart rate, and has innumerable benefits for mental health as a whole. Akiva students now enjoy knitting as one of the many Akiva's extracurricular lunchtime activities... Knit one purl one.. ... See MoreSee Less

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This month, as part of our Tu B'Svhat celebrations, grade 4 students designed their own Blue Box as a symbol of JNF and its efforts to develop the land of Israel – a symbol of "connectedness" with the land. ... See MoreSee Less

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