Interested in learning more about Blyth Academy Ottawa? Here is our Term Four 2020 campus newsletter to see events, news and much more!
Interested in learning more about Blyth Academy Ottawa? Here is our Term Three 2020 campus newsletter to see events, news and much more!
As we approach the beginning of Term 4, I wanted to reach out once again to our broader community and express my profound gratitude and congratulations for the work that is being done by our parents, students and staff in our new virtual environment.
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.
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.
New Ways to Pay for Higher Education This fall Blyth Academy is sponsoring an informative, 1-hour seminar on wide-ranging and innovative ways to help students pay for Higher Education. The seminar will be provided by Suzanne Tyson, founder of Higher Ed Points, and...
Students Represent Canada at U21 Men’s World Volleyball Championship Former Blyth Academy Ottawa students, and brothers, Jesse and Mathias Elser, will be representing Canada at the U21 Men’s World Volleyball Championship in Manama, Bahrain from July 18th –...
Interested in learning more about Blyth Academy Ottawa? Here is our May 2019 campus newsletter to see events, news and much more!
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...
The sun was shining down on our students yesterday as they hit the pavement for the Terry Fox Walk along the Rideau Canal to Parliament Hill. Thanks to everyone who supported through donations benefiting the Terry Fox Foundation and cancer research.
Blyth Academy Ottawa took part in the Little Bags of Goodness initiative this week in support of women’s shelters in the Ottawa area. Students helped assemble and hand out 3,500 Little Bags of Goodness throughout the community.