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Ian Hughes

Blyth Academy Burlington has a strong commitment to offering outstanding education coupled with unique opportunities for interested student-athletes. Our academic program runs from grades 5–12 with small classroom sizes (up to a maximum of 15 students) and focuses on preparing students for post-secondary education and career training. Our teachers care about their students and give them all of the extra assistance and personal attention they need to succeed.

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Blyth Academy to Merge with NACE Schools Group

Dear Parents, Students, and Supporters, I am writing to let you know that Blyth Academy has recently agreed to a merger with the NACE Schools Group. This will bring together two high quality, successful organizations to create one of the largest and best...

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It's National Gingerbread House Day! #didyouknow the first known recipe for gingerbread came from Greece in 2400 BC? Gingerbread houses weren't built until popularity rose when the Brothers Grimm released Hansel and Gretel in 1812. Today, they represent all things holiday! ☃️🎄 Why not spice it up this year and make a gingerbread school? 🏠 We're giving you a head start on the design because this house sure looks a lot like our Burlington campus. 🤔

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3 days 11 hours ago

While living in Pakistan with her family, Malala Yousafzai, spoke out on behalf of girls and their right to learn, which made her a target in her country. In 2012, when she was only 15 years old, she was shot on her way home from school. After months of recovery she continues to be an activist for human rights and is currently studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the University of Oxford. She received a Nobel Prize and became the youngest Nobel laureate.

Many people are still unaware of their basic rights as human beings. Check out the link below to read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. #standupforhumanrights #humanrightsday

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1 week 2 days ago

Photography students from Blyth Academy Waterloo headed outdoors to prove there's still beauty to be found in this cold and snowy weather! ❄️☃️🌬️