Blyth Academy News
Today, on the National Day of Remembrance for Truth and Reconciliation, students and staff across our campuses are participating in activities to honour those that survived and those that were lost as a result of the residential school system, their families, and communities.
As we prepare to return to school in September, Jessica Lewis, Lead Guidance Counsellor at Blyth Academy Mississauga, who has a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology, sat down with Danielle Michaud of Breakfast Television to talk about ways to help children deal with their mental health.
Blyth Academy Mississauga was recently featured on CBC.ca for its in-person outdoor graduation ceremony which brought students back together with classmates and teachers on the grounds of our Adamson Estate campus. Thank you to the Blyth Academy Mississauga team..
With everything they’ve been through in the last year, are you wondering how you can get your child back on track, engaged and enthusiastic about next school year? We’re super excited to join YMC, Erica Ehm and several expert panelists for a candid conversation on exactly this.
In almost every way, speaking with her is like speaking to any student at any private school in Canada. The only difference is there isn’t a physical school, and she’s never sat in the same room as her teachers and her classmates. Lauren is enrolled at Blyth Academy Orbit
The inclusion of extracurricular activities as part of school programming for students has always been important, but I would argue that it has never been more important. Research shows the positive effects of extracurricular participation
Blyth Academy is known for many excellent educational initiatives—small class sizes, creative school buildings, academic programs curated for elementary, middle and high school, and one-on-one individualized learning.
Every year, Globeducate’s group of 50 international private schools take part in the Globeducate Global Arts Awards. This year, the Awards honour those students that showed creativity in interpreting this year’s theme, Change.
For the past 10 years, Blyth Academy high school students have followed a four-term, two course per term structure. When the Ontario Ministry of Education recommended this quadmester timetable as part of the re-opening plan for all Ontario..
We are one week into back-to-school, and the nervous energy that first filled the hallways has quickly turned into excitement for a safe and successful school year. Our campuses were well prepared for the return of students, with physical distancing..
Today, we delivered 3200 Handy Hooks to Embrun Ambulance Station who will then distribute them to nursing homes and hospitals in the region to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Lawrence Park student, Cooper, recently celebrated his 18th birthday at the beginning of April. Because of the pandemic, he was unable to celebrate with all his friends like he originally planned.
To keep our staff and students safe and help slow the spread of this virus, our school is currently operating with virtual classrooms, and our 3D printer has been operating around the clock to produce comfortable and flexible plastic headbands for face shields.
In an exciting new partnership unique to the Halton area, Blyth Academy Burlington is working with Spectrum Airways to provide high school students with the ability to earn their pilot’s licence and diploma at the same time!
New this coming season, we are proud to introduce Blyth Academy Virtual Summer School, which allows students to earn a high school credit remotely – from their house, cottage, or anywhere there is wifi.
Following direction from the Ministry, all Blyth Academy campuses will remain closed until May. We will continue to follow the direction of the Ministry of Education and campuses will reopen once it is deemed safe and appropriate to do so.
Though our doors are temporarily closed, the minds of our students will remain open. Our students will continue their academic journey through virtual classrooms.
Effective March 17, 2020, Blyth Academy will be a remote organization in hopes of doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Ontario government has made the decision to close all publicly funded schools for two weeks following March Break due to COVID-19 concerns. The safety of our students is Blyth Academy’s number one priority. All Blyth Academy campuses will also be closed from March 14-April 5.
We are proud to have had Blyth Academy Downsview Park student-athlete, Ty Nelson, recognized as City TV’s Athlete of the Week!
Student poem on Mental Illness Blyth Academy Student, Nawaf R., composed a palindrome poem about mental illness that was recently published on the blog 'Boys Cry'. When writing this poem, Nawaf was inspire by a poem called 'Refugees' by Brian Bilston. James Deacon,...
Staff and students at Blyth Academy Lawrence Park have been busy trying to make our campus more eco-friendly with many different initiatives. See what we have been up to!
An exciting partnership between Globeducate and WWF will impact on the education of more than 25,000 young people and their wider communities. The partnership will see all schools host screenings of the Netflix Our Planet series and educational activities associated with this for the whole school community.
Please join us in congratulating Blyth Academy student-athlete, Jahkeele, and Blyth Academy Alumni, Romeo and Jayden, on signing with TFC’s First Team!