Each year students proudly participate in public speaking competitions in French and English, physics tournaments, science fairs, and the Model United Nations. Our students also develop leadership skills through their involvement in community Chessed initiatives, regularly volunteering for organizations like MADA and Friendship Circle.
A number of our students are inducted into the National Honour Society annually. The NHS is a prestigious prize reserved for those who demonstrate the values of Midot Tovot, honesty, integrity and leadership.
The Judaic Studies department provides a rigorous Limudei Kodesh program which is further enriched by our onsite Kollel Torah Mitzion. Israeli Shlichim add to the ruach of the school environment by leading shabbatonim, Shabbat onegs and inspiring, interactive learning programs.
Our students take part in a broad range of extra-curricular activities, including our annual boys’ talent show, girls’ production, Colour War, GMAA basketball tournaments, soccer, hockey, tennis and cross-country running.
Hebrew Academy graduates emerge with the skills and confidence needed to begin the next phase of their lives. Our alumni frequently – and gratefully – reflect on the integral role that Hebrew Academy played in their current successes as worldly, professional, Bnei Torah, in a broader society that welcomes their leadership and contributions.
Latest High-School News
In moving addresses to our High School students and faculty this morning, HA parents Rabbi Mark Fishman, Rabbi Reuben Poupko, Rabbi Adam Scheier and Grade 10 student Aviya Scheier recounted their recent experiences at Poland's Ukrainian border where they contributed...
As part of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month, Hebrew Academy hosted a range of initiatives that promoted sensitization and inclusion: High School grades watched Just As I Am,a touching CBC documentary about Montreal's Shira Choir, whose members...
Grades 5 and 6 commemorated Kristallnacht on November 10 with meaningful assemblies. School Rabbi Rabbi Eddie Shostak spoke about the day's significance and showed a brief film, and High School Judaic Studies teacher Dror Yechieli recounted a fascinating story about...