Octave Gréard (18 April 1828 – 25 April 1904) was a noted French educator.
Gréard was born in Vire, Calvados, educated at the École Normale Supérieure, and had a long career in education. He was largely responsible for the establishment of schools for girls and played a significant role in reforming the baccalauréat.
- L'Enseignement secondaire des filles (Secondary education of girls)
- L’Éducation des femmes par les femmes (Education for women by women)
- Étude sur les Lettres d'Abélard et d'Héloïse (Review of Letters of Abelard and Heloise)
- Nos adieux à la vieille Sorbonne (Our farewell to the old Sorbonne)