Welcome to Grey Nun Academy
a private, Catholic, coeducational elementary school, grades Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 located in Yardley, Pennsylvania.
Grey Nun Academy is a community committed to the intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual growth of our students. We deliver strong academics in a nurturing environment, resulting in unsurpassed preparation for high school and beyond.
Spend some time exploring our website to learn more about our school or contact us for more information and to schedule your tour.
Grey Nun Academy
is Proud of our Graduates
Graduating Class of 2014 High School Selections
Holy Ghost Preparatory School La Salle College High School
Mount St. Joseph Academy Nazareth Academy
Notre Dame High School St. Joseph’s Preparatory School
The Hun School of Princeton The Pennington School
Villa Joseph Marie High School
Graduating Class of 2010 College Selections
American University Auburn University
Boston College Catholic University
College of William and Mary Drexel University
John Cabot University (Rome) Muhlenburg College
Northeastern University Penn State University
St. Joseph’s University Syracuse University
Temple University University of Michigan
University of Mississippi University of Notre Dame
Ursinus College Washington & Jefferson College
Don't Forget Gary Goes Global!
Be sure to include Gary the Gator on your summer adventures!
We can't wait to see what Gary -- and you -- have done this summer.
Check out the GNA Facebook page to see where Gary has traveled to.
“It is not that you have technology but how you use it that counts.”
Technology is woven throughout the curriculum of Grey Nun Academy. The school’s goal is to prepare its members for life in a digital global community. Read more about our Blended Classroom (below) and learn about how GNA is using technology.
Fifth grade students at Grey Nun Academy Ellie McLaughlin and Kylie Conlon work on a research science project together Friday using iPads. The online learning methods in the classroom have come in handy for the students who are able to do classwork with their classmates and teacher at home during the many snow days the students had this past winter.
Fifth grade students at Grey Nun Academy use iPads to research science. The online learning methods in the classroom have come in handy for the students who are able to do classwork with their classmates and teacher at home during the many snow days the students had this past winter.