Thank you for your interest in Greaves Adventist Academy! If you are pursuing a school with a family atmosphere then you may want to consider Greaves! Our qualified, friendly and ethnically diverse staff is committed and passionate regarding training your child for “time and eternity”.
Our school provides Christian Education from Kindergarten to Grade 11. This institution is privately owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Quebec Conference while being registered with the Ministry of Education. Our language of instruction is English and we conduct a vigorous English program with overall good Provincial Exam results. You will be pleased to learn that most of our staff members are bilingual. We uphold a strong French Language Program also with great Provincial Exam success. Our French curriculum prepares students to communicate fluently in the French language.
We strive for excellence; hence, as our Adventist Education motto affirms that we grant your child “A Journey to Excellence.” At Greaves Adventist Academy, we value every student as being exceptional and valuable. Our teaching team is enthusiastic to present a holistic education package encompassing the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social needs for your child.
Our discipline ethic is redemptive exercising a blend mercy and justice. Greaves staff promote an inclusive, safe, multi-ethnic, learning environment that considers diversity in learning. When you choose Greaves Adventist Academy, you will receive more than just academic education, you will receive an education program that includes an emphasis on character development.
A number of our alumni have fond memories of the relationships they grew and developed at GAA; they appreciate the essential skills that they learned giving impetus to excel in their post-secondary studies and careers choices.
If you desire to join us on our ‘journey in learning’, please complete the admission form to find out the possibility of your child attending Greaves Adventist Academy. Our shared goal is for our students to be thinkers and not mere reflectors of other people’s thoughts.