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Blyth Academy is a private high school in Ontario currently with fourteen campuses. Each school is designed to be a boutique of 50-150 students and has an average class size of eight. Blyth Academy offers a comprehensive full-time program, as well as part-time, private, Integrated private, summer school, and online classes.
Our primary focus is to enhance academic achievement to prepare all students for university and beyond. For example, as a testament to our unique teaching methods and strategies, 98% of our students go on to post-secondary education, with 90% receiving their first-choice of school. In addition, 40% of students received either partial or full scholarship to post-secondary education.
Here at Blyth Academy, 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.
In addition to our campuses across Ontario, we also offer many international programs that provide students with unique and immersive educational experiences. Take a look at our International Summers Program, or our Global High School for more information.
If you are looking to enhance and personalize your child’s education at a private high school in Ontario or abroad, then Blyth Academy is for you.
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At the 2019 OHL Priority Selection Draft on April 6th, several Blyth Academy student-athletes were selected! Congratulations to Ryan Remick and Brendan Boyce from Blyth Academy @ CIHA, who were drafted. Ryan was drafted in the 13th round, 256th overall by...
Studying while travelling abroad teaches high schoolers life lessons that can’t be learned in a classroom. The challenges that come with language barriers, making new friends and navigating different cultures not only fuels growth, but it also makes for a great story—one that stands out on a post-secondary application.