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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 seven. Blyth Academy offers a comprehensive full-time program, as well as part-time, private, semi-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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Blyth Academy Online is excited to announce the launch of our new course: IDC4U – Blockchain Technology. In this course, students will learn about blockchain history, business models, use cases, and innovation for the next course of future global developments.
Volunteering abroad in high school gives students an opportunity to make a real difference in communities outside of their own. Student Representative, Chloe Green, shares her experience as a student on our March Break Community Service program in Costa Rica.