Eric Graves Memorial Junior High School is a Canadian public school in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. It is operated by the Halifax Regional School Board (HRSB). It receives promoted elementary school students from both Bel Ayr Elementary and Mount Edward Elementary Schools. As of June 1, 2007, the school was 30 years old.
The school is named for Eric Graves, a student who died on April 21, 1968, at the age of 16, due to a fatal injury while playing hockey game for a Shearwater team. He was in the 10th grade at Prince Andrew at the time.
The Eric Graves Memorial Award is an award presented in June to the most outstanding student in grade 9. This combines academic achievement and contribution to the school. The first graduating student to receive the award was Rhonda MacPherson.
Eric Graves' official rival is Ellenvale Junior High School.
After grade 9 students will continue their studies at Prince Andrew High School.