General Campus Information

The Blyth Academy Ottawa Experience

Blyth Academy is a flourishing private high school conveniently located in the heart of beautiful Westboro Village. Blyth Academy Ottawa is surrounded by art galleries, boutiques, and parks. Westboro is one of the most vibrant and active neighbourhoods in Ottawa, focusing on outdoor and fitness activities through its close proximity to cycling and hiking trails, and the Gatineau Hills.

Our campus offers a comprehensive full-time program , as well as part-time , private, semi-private and summer school classes. Our newest school, Blyth Academy Online, allows high school students across the province to experience the Blyth difference.

Our Ottawa campus is a school of 135 students. This allows us to be personally in touch with every individual, yet large enough to offer a broad range of courses. When combined with first-class care and great teaching, wonderful things happen and our students flourish.

Blyth Academy Ottawa is ministry inspected and adheres to all provincial standards, including the provision of an Ontario Provincial Report Card and official transcripts to post-secondary institutions.

OTTAWA
Grade Level: 7–12
Students: 135
Average Class Size: 7 students
Foundations Program Offered? Yes
French Programs: Core French and Extended French available
Classrooms: Lower Campus – 11
Upper Campus – 7
Labs: 2 Fully equipped Science Labs (1 at each campus)
Notable Student Clubs: Student Council, Model UN, Social Events
Student Events: Graduation and Prom, school trips, fall and winter activity days, travel opportunities, university tour
Extracurricular Sports: Intramural sports teams available, Duke of Edinburgh support
Alpine Sports Program: N/A
Other facilities: Many of our campuses feature lunch facilities, student lounges, computer labs, and easy access to public transit.
Partnerships: Ottawa 67’s Hockey Team, Ottawa School of Art, Great Canadian Theatre Company, Ottawa Aviation Services, Wilderness Tours, Soloway Jewish Community Centre, Bluesfest/Festival House, various community outreach partners.
Part-Time Courses Offered? Yes, evenings
Private Courses Offered? Yes
Summer School Offered? Yes
Address: Lower School (Grades 7-10): 352 Danforth Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K2A 0E2
Upper School (Grades 11/12): 397B Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON, K2A 0E9
BSID: 885121

Blyth’s Educational Philosophy

Blyth Academy offers a private school experience that focuses on personalized education, very small class sizes and experiential learning. This unique approach to education has met with enthusiastic response and success among students and parents since we opened our doors over 39 years ago. Today we are Canada’s largest private high school, with campuses throughout Ontario.

Blyth Academy offers an academic experience that is significantly different from other private and public schools.

The core principle at Blyth Academy is to provide care and empathy to our students. Designed as boutique schools, Blyth Academy’s limited enrollment enables teachers and staff to provide personalized teaching and individual care both in and out of class.
Our approach is designed to fully engage the students in the academic process with a genuine learning experience founded upon curiosity, creativity, and innovative thinking.

Learn more about how Blyth Academy provides an experience that makes many of our students claim, “Blyth is the best thing that happened to me!”

At Blyth Academy Ottawa, our classroom experience is unparalleled and unique.

Academic Success
Blyth Academy Ottawa’s primary focus is on enhancing academic achievement to prepare all students for university and beyond. As testament to Blyth Academy’s unique teaching methods and strategies, 98% of our students go on to post-secondary education, with 95% receiving their first-choice of school. 40% of students received either partial or full scholarship to post-secondary education.

Small Classes, Big Reward
With class sizes that average fewer than eight students, we are able to provide a highly personalized education. Every one of our students has a seat at the front of the class; everyone is involved and everyone receives the full attention of the teacher. This encourages the full engagement of the entire class, each and every day and fosters a more participatory atmosphere where every student gets plenty of individual attention.

Thanks to our small class sizes, we are able to teach the student, not just the curriculum. Teacher feedback on the students’ progress can go into more depth and is immediately applicable for that week.

One Size Does Not Fit All
Here at Blyth, we tailor the curriculum to the individual student, not the other way around. By taking into account each student’s learning style and extra-curricular responsibilities, we are able to customize a plan unique to the individual.

Through Blyth Academy’s ability to customize learning to the individual, we are a popular educational solution for elite student athletes. Click to find out how Blyth Academy is right for your elite student athlete.

For Each Student, A Great School
Students are able to join Blyth Academy Ottawa full-time at four standard entry points during the school year; however, transitions are simple to arrange any time when a switch is needed. Blyth Academy manages the paperwork, transcripts, and report cards.

To complement our full-time school, students may also wish to take part in evening or weekend part-time or private courses to lean forward during their school year, or participate in our popular summer school program to reach ahead for the next school year.

A School of the Community
Our Blyth campuses do not feature large libraries, luxurious gymnasiums, or aquatic centres. Instead, Blyth students are integrated into the community around them by using and enjoying local libraries, local swimming pools, and local recreational facilities. By using and appreciating the facilities around us, we build a deep relationship with the community at large, and give back to our neighbourhoods.

Blyth Academy Ottawa has partnerships with Ottawa 67’s Hockey Team, Great Canadian Theatre Company and Ottawa School of Art.

Blyth Academy Ottawa has recently partnered with Ottawa Aviation Services, where students will be able to complete a co-op program and work towards a career in Aviation.

Rich, Experiential Learning Opportunities
Blyth Academy’s unique experiential learning environment is one of the key pillars of our success. Experiential learning encourages students to be enthusiastic and engaged in their learning process. It brings the classroom to life, and takes the students outside the traditional classroom setting to participate in hands-on learning.

To accomplish this, we hire teachers who have experience outside of the traditional classroom to ensure that they can bring a different and personal perspective to their subjects. Our partnerships with various learning institutions in the community, such as the Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto International Film Festival and Outward Bound Canada at the Evergreen BrickWorks, as well as many applicable local organizations, further allow us to take students out of the classroom to learn through active, hands-on participation.

We do not simply partner with these local organizations. We co-develop our courses with our partners to create an immersive and rich learning opportunity.

Experiential learning creates engagement as learning becomes real when it applies to the students’ world. By interacting with their peers, their teachers, and their curriculum in real-world settings, students are better prepared for university and life skills develop.

Sports, Wellness, and Integrated Athletics
At Blyth, we understand that athletic excellence takes great discipline and focus. We can customize a learning plan for your child that not only works around his or her athletic training schedule, but also integrates into it. The Barrie Blyth Hockey Academy, which partners a coach-led training program with the academic rigor of Blyth is just one example of our commitment to our athletes. Click for more information on our integrated athletic program.

Accessible Staff, Accessible Administration
There is nothing more important to us than the happiness and academic success of our students. Each Blyth school has a dedicated guidance counsellor that works one on one with your child to mentor and manage the university selection process, career advice, and all day-to-day academic and personal issues. Every Head of School has an open-door policy, allowing free dialogue between the student, parent, and administration. Click to find out more about our Head of School

Commitment to Customized, Research-Based Teaching Methods
At Blyth, we use the most up-to-date, research-based teaching methodology, such as block teaching, “teacher as coach,” and authentic forms of assessment. This paradigm shift has proven successful at Blyth—more than 95% of our students are accepted into their first choice of university, and are better prepared to succeed not only in their first year, but also beyond.

The academic year at Blyth Academy  is divided into four terms of ten and a half weeks. This cutting-edge restructuring of the traditional academic school year has dramatic benefits for the student. Our Grade 9–12 students take only two courses per term, as opposed to a more traditional semester setting (four courses a semester) or a full-year setting (eight courses daily spanning the entire academic year). This means that Grade 9–12 students are able to manage their academic workload much more effectively. Two-hour classes, taken five days a week, allow more time for in-depth review and for individual attention to our students on an ongoing basis. Our Grade 5–8 students enjoy a regular eight-course term.

Students often cite their preference for our model. One of our students, Dylan Fisher McCarney, put it this way: “Finding a school that could fit my busy schedule was nearly impossible. From the small class sizes to the diverse and experienced teachers, Blyth helped me balance my high school life.” Furthermore, homework is much more evenly balanced, so students avoid ‘crisis points’ where they have work due in many courses all at once.

This model also closely resembles the academic life of a university, where semesters are shorter and highly focused.

The Student Experience
We are often asked if Blyth Academy is a “real school”. The answer, of course, is yes! Blyth Academy not only provides a world-class education but also a rich and well-rounded student experience. All students are given the opportunity to participate in various sports activities and teams, take leadership roles in the school including student council and mega-council , and form and run school clubs such as our Model United Nations, the Ski & Snowboard club, Drama club and so much more.
Every year, Blyth Academy offers overnight camps, a full community service program, Terry Fox day, fall and winter activity days, a popular Chicago trip, and university tours.

At the conclusion of Grade 12, Blyth Academy is pleased to host a full graduation ceremony and prom, which is an extremely popular way of celebrating our students’ achievements.

Parent Communication/Student Support

Parent Communication

At Blyth Academy Ottawa, we pride ourselves on maintaining open lines of communication between teaching and administration staff, and our parents, in both a formal and informal way.

Formal Communication

Our campus provides four opportunities a year for parents to meet formally with teachers during our Parent Teacher Evenings. These evenings are held halfway through each term and give an opportunity to formally discuss a student’s progress. At the conclusion of every term, parents will receive a full report card, outlining the student’s success over the past 10 and a half weeks.

Parents also receive full access to our grading and reporting system, Rediker, allowing you to track your student’s progress, grades, and attendance in real time.

Rediker Reporting

Blyth Academy uses the Rediker online system to keep parents and students up to date on all grades and class attendance on an ongoing basis. This program is an excellent way to allow parents to monitor a student’s academic performance quickly and easily.

Informal Communication

Every Administrator, Head of School, Guidance Counsellor and Teacher at Blyth Academy adheres to our open-door policy, giving each parent access to phone, email, or face-to-face conversation throughout the school year. We are readily available to listen to any questions or concerns and to provide ongoing communication throughout each term.

Student Support

Guidance

Our campus has a dedicated and compassionate guidance counsellor that provides course selection advice, emotional support, access to workshops and skill improvement resources, as well as university preparation, selection, university visits, and application advice.

Blyth Academy has an average of one guidance counsellor for every 70 students; other public and private high schools average between 200 – 400+ students for every counsellor. This allows our guidance counsellors to provide individual attention and relate to students on a personal basis, providing ongoing advice throughout the school experience.

Extracurricular

Student life at Blyth Academy is structured to provide a well-rounded educational experience. While academic success and student growth are our top priorities, we want to ensure that students also enjoy their time in this energetic and vibrant environment. From intramural sports teams and gym groups, volunteering and workshops, to clubs and coffee houses, Blyth Academy students are offered a wide-range of unique extracurricular activities. Students are encouraged to take leadership positions in the school and create clubs and activities that appeal to them.

Facilities

Many of our campuses feature lunch facilities, student lounges, computer labs, and easy access to public transit.

Facilities available at Blyth Academy Ottawa:

  • Classrooms: 10
  • Labs: Fully equipped Science Lab
  • Convenient, central location
  • Plenty of local lunch options
  • Close to transit
  • Unique, personal learning space
Letter from the Principal

Dear Prospective Students and Parents,

At Blyth Academy Ottawa, we take pride in our inspiring and personalized educational program. We think outside of the box to develop accommodating schedules and deliver outstanding educational opportunities that take full advantage of the unique location of our school and the partnerships that we have forged with local businesses and organizations. With all of this, we aim to not only prepare our students for the challenges of post-secondary education, but for life.

If I could describe our students with only one word, it would be “successful.” They benefit from the small class sizes and the ample attention from their teachers as they push themselves academically in an environment that nurtures them and enables them to have the confidence to take risks.

If I could describe our teachers with only one word, it would be “dedicated.” Our teachers work tirelessly to facilitate engaging, rigorous and hands-on academic opportunities for our students. They also understand that they are not teaching the curriculum. Instead, they are teaching students and they do so with exceptional empathy and flexibility. I am proud to say that they are second-to-none.

I have so much to share with you. Let’s schedule a visit soon so that I can tell you all about our unique and engaging school!

Kind Regards,

Kristy Larose
Principal, Blyth Academy Ottawa

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Blyth Academy Ottawa Team

Teaching Faculty

The most inspired teachers create inspired learners. Blyth Academy teachers are chosen for their empathy, compassion, and ability to connect with students. Our teachers must pass a rigorous selection process and excel in their continuous assessments in order to teach at Blyth.

Our faculty is the key to the success of our program and students. Blyth Academy attracts thousands of teacher applications every year, allowing us to be very selective. We also constantly evaluate and review existing faculty.

Our teachers are selected for their excellent teaching skills, their depth of knowledge, and their ability to empathize and encourage students. They are familiar and up to date with current Ministry of Education curriculum and assessment policies, and also have the skills to provide support for students who require learning accommodations. All Blyth teachers bring a passion, creativity, and dedication to the success of each student to every class.

Our teachers, on average, instruct 15–25 students each day in two or three classes. This is an astounding ratio when compared to traditional Canadian high schools, where teachers may see upwards of 100 students in a day. At Blyth Academy, teachers have the time, energy and dedication to devote themselves to the individual student and to provide extra help before and after class.

When asked why they do better at Blyth, students frequently respond by saying that they feel a sense of personal respect for – and responsibility to – the teacher.

Blyth Academy Ottawa Acting Head of School: Kirsty Larose

Guidance Counsellor: Andrew Hall

Campus Administrator: Meagan O’Leary

Principal:

Kristy Larose

kristy.larose@blytheducation.com

Guidance Counsellor:

Andrew Hall

andrew.hall@blytheducation.com

Campus Administrator

Katelyn Ptycia

katie.ptycia@blytheducation.com

Campus Administrator Upper School:

Sarah Kiros

sarah.kiros@blytheducation.com

CAMPUS SCHEDULES

Daily Schedules
GRADE 7/8 
Period 1
9:00am - 9:50am
Period 2 9:55am - 10:45am
Period 3 10:50am - 11:50am
Period 411:50am - 12:15pm
Period 5 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Lunch1:15pm - 1:45pm
Period 6 1:45pm - 3:10pm
GRADES 9/10 
Period 18:40am - 10:55am
Period 2 11:00am - 1:15pm
Lunch1:15pm - 1:45pm
Period 31:45pm - 3:15pm
GRADES 11/12 
Period 18:40am - 10:55am
Period 2 11:00am - 1:15pm
Lunch 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Period 31:45pm - 4:00pm
Holiday Schedule
2017-18 DatesHolidays
October 6Holiday
October 9Thanksgiving
December 25 - January 5Winter Break
February 19Family Day
March 12 - March 16March Break
March 30Good Friday
April 2Easter Monday
May 21Victoria Day
Term Schedule
2017-18
GRADE 9–12: TERM SCHEDULE OVERVIEW
Orientation Day, Student/Parent Workshops & Blyth Family BBQ, Grades 7-12Thursday, September 7th, 2017
Term 1Friday, September 8th, 2017 - Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Term 1 - Exam DaysMonday, November 13th, 2917 & Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
PD DayWednesday, November 15th, 2017
Term 2Thursday, November 16th, 2017 - Friday, February 2nd, 2018
Term 2 - Exam DaysThursday, February 1st, 2018 & Friday, February 2nd, 2018
PD DayMonday, February 5th, 2018
Term 3Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 - Monday, April 23rd, 2018
Term 3 - Exam DaysFriday April 20th, 2018 & Monday April 23rd, 2018
PD DayTuesday, April 24th, 2018
Term 4Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - Friday, June 29th, 2018
Term 4 - Exam DaysThursday, June 28th, 2018 - Friday, June 29th, 2018
Term 5Summer School starts on Monday July 5th or Aug 2nd

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Middle School (Grade 7-8)

Your child’s Blyth Academy journey begins in our Middle School program, where academic excellence and compassionate student care intersect to prepare our youngest students for success.

It is often overwhelming to think of our Grade 7–8 students as university-bound, but they indeed are! The Blyth Academy Middle School Program immerses students into an academic setting reminiscent of the very best post-secondary institutions; very small class sizes (averaging under eight students), roundtable discussions as opposed to desk-based lessons, and rich, experiential learning opportunities outside of the classroom introduce students to this new way of learning.

Students will begin to gain confidence as they transition from the more rigid school environment to the Blyth Academy model, where students are encouraged to participate, where every seat is a front row seat, and no-one is left behind. The class environment is highly interactive as teachers are able to fully engage in meaningful discussion and give individual attention. The Blyth Academy model has been proven year after year to increase academic success through constant feedback and the ability to customize learning to the individual, something that is impossible in a larger classroom setting.

Participation builds confidence, self-esteem, and empathy, valuable life skills that form the foundation of a happy, engaged, and academically successful child who is heard and understood.

Middle School Program Facilities

In addition to our well-equipped facilities at each of our campuses, our campus features large, bright classrooms, a computer and science lab, and a convenient location that is close to transit.

Middle School Academics

Blyth Academy Middle School students enjoy the entire Ontario curriculum, including a rich arts, music, drama, physical education, and health program, in a standard eight-class day. Each class lasts 45 minutes, after which assignments and other homework are presented.

Blyth Academy is ministry inspected, and adheres to all provincial standards, including the provision of an Ontario Provincial Report Card and official transcripts to post-secondary institutions. Blyth Academy follows the Ontario curriculum. To read more about the Ontario Curriculum, please select a Grade level below:

Grade 7 | Grade 8

Foundations Program (Grade 9-10)

GRADE 9-10: THE FOUNDATION PROGRAM

Your child’s Blyth Academy journey continues in our Foundations Program, where experienced and empathetic faculty build on the students’ academic success, while adding a complete and comprehensive life skills curriculum.

The Foundations Program is unique to Blyth Academy. It combines the development of important life skills with the Ontario Ministry mandated academic curriculum. In order to best prepare students for the road ahead, the program has been developed for students in Grades 9 and 10 to enrich and enhance their understanding of such important skills as:

Managing one’s wellness
Study skills
Financial literacy
Creative thinking
Planning & time management
Community services
Personal nutrition
Improving academic achievement

This program will allow our students to move to the rigorous academic challenges of Grades 11 and 12, armed with an excellent education, as well as the practical skills necessary for success after high school, and the ability to think independently, analytically, and critically.
 

FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM TIMETABLE*
1:45pm – 3:15pm Terms 1-4

 

Foundation Program Facilities

Our Foundations Program students can take advantage of all of our campus facilities, including computer and science labs, student lounges, kitchenette facilities, student clubs, and intramural sports teams.

Foundation Program in the Community

The Foundations Program at Blyth Academy Ottawa is an integrated program, focusing on partnerships with local organizations, promoting meaningful life skills and a broader view of the world. This year, students will participate in a Model United Nations, work towards the Duke of Edinburgh Award, and will invite community leaders and experts in relevant life skills to attend our school and share their knowledge and experiences with our students. Combining the required curriculum with ‘real-world’ instruction will provide students with an unparalleled understanding of these essential subjects.

Foundation Program Academics

The academic year of the Blyth Academy Foundation Program is divided into four terms of ten and half weeks. This cutting-edge restructuring of the traditional academic school year has dramatic benefits for the student. Our Foundations students take only two courses per term, as opposed to a more traditional semester setting (four courses a semester) or a full-year setting (eight courses daily spanning the entire academic year), meaning that our students are able to manage their academic workload much more effectively. Two-hour classes, taken five days a week, allow more time for in-depth review and for individual attention to our students on an ongoing basis.

Students select their courses at the start of the school term and are given their schedule and room assignments. The life skills portion of the Foundation Program is taught in their third “spare” period.

Blyth Academy Ottawa is ministry inspected, and adheres to all provincial standards, including the provision of an Ontario Provincial Report Card and official transcripts to post-secondary institutions. Blyth Academy follows the Ontario curriculum. To read more about the Ontario Curriculum, please select a Grade level below:

Grade 9 | Grade 10

Philosophy of the Foundations Program

The Foundations Program seeks to provide a unique offering to students in Grades 9 and 10 that challenges the traditional organization of curriculum development and delivery in the intermediate grades. Traditional academics at Blyth, unlike at many schools where the disciplines stand isolated from one another and the real lives of students, will be fully integrated in actual experience. In taking this approach the Foundation Program ensures a curriculum that changes with the times and thus remains perpetually interesting and relevant to students each and every year.

The Foundations Program, our Academy wide offering of Study and Life skills in partnership with community organizations, provides unparalleled opportunities for personal and academic growth within the intermediate division. Each program is specifically tailored to the environment at each campus.

Grade 9 and 10 students at Blyth Academy will benefit from the way in which the Foundation Program integrates the disciplines of Math, Science, English, and the Social Sciences and makes them relevant to their lives. Students will derive a more meaningful educational experience by explicitly examining the way in which what they learn in their traditional classes impacts on their daily lives. In so doing, the Foundations Program will produce students with a greater sense of self, their peers and the world around them.

Students who successfully complete the Foundations Program will move into their Senior years at Blyth, strongly connected to the mission of the school and its three truths:

  1. Care and empathy for students on academic, intellectual and personal levels is essential to success.
  2. Brilliant hands-on, experiential teaching in small classes engages students and produces the best results.
  3. Blyth schools produce well-rounded, university-ready and life ready students by providing a full extra- curricular program as well as community-involvement opportunities in their neighbourhoods and around the world.
University Prep Program (Grade 11-12)

GRADE 11-12: THE UNIVERSITY PREPARATION PROGRAM

A student’s journey with Blyth Academy culminates in the University Preparation Program for Grades 11 and 12. Here, preparing for post-secondary education is the primary focus, with increased focus on developing opinions, interpreting information, independent learning, and active participation in our small-group setting.

Experienced guidance counsellors work weekly with each student to prepare them for the first year of University and beyond, with advice and counselling given during the application and scholarship selection process. Academic, personal, and vocational goals are a key area of focus, as the guidance counsellor assists in honing the students’ abilities and skills into potential post-secondary options.

As the four-term, two course approach of Grade 11 and 12 mimics the academic semester structure of post-secondary education, students are prepared to manage their timetable, use their self-directed study skills, and benefit from the familiar “round-table” tutorial system. At Blyth Academy, students are taught to advocate for themselves, nurture a strong instructor-student relationship, and be active members of their school.

UNIVERSITY PREPARATION PROGRAM TIMETABLE
*times may be adjusted slightly by campus
9:00 am Period 1
11:15 am Period 2
1:30 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Period 3
4:15 pm Day ends

University Preparation Program: Facilities

Facilities available at Blyth Academy Ottawa:

  • Classrooms: 10
  • Smartboards: 2
  • Labs: Science
  • Convenient, central location
  • Plenty of local lunch options
  • Close to transit
  • Unique, personal learning space

University Preparation Program: Academics

The academic year of the Blyth Academy University Preparation Program is divided into four terms of ten and a half weeks. This cutting-edge restructuring of the traditional academic school year has dramatic benefits for the student. Our University Preparation students take only two courses per term, as opposed to a more traditional semester setting (four courses a semester) or a full-year setting (eight courses daily spanning the entire academic year), meaning that our students are able to manage their academic workload much more effectively. Two-hour classes, taken five days a week, allow more time for in-depth review and for individual attention to our students on an ongoing basis.

Students select their courses at the start of the school term, and are given their schedule and room assignments. The third period is free for independent study, assignments, extracurricular activities, guidance counsellor visits, independent exercise programs, sport training, or other homework.

Students entering Grade 12 at Blyth Academy may only need six credits to graduate. In this case, Grade 12 students take two courses in Term 1, two courses in Term 2, two courses in Term 3, and then are eligible to graduate in April, leaving time to enjoy a victory lap, one of our exciting travel programs, or take a part-time job in advance of departing for University. If desired, Grade 12 students can take two Blyth Summer School credits during July and August before the start of the school year, allowing for graduation and all of its benefits as early as February.

Blyth Academy is ministry inspected, and adheres to all provincial standards, including the provision of an Ontario Provincial Report Card and official transcripts to post-secondary institutions. Blyth Academy follows the Ontario curriculum. To read more about the Ontario Curriculum, please select a Grade level below:

Grade 11 | Grade 12

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