The Blyth Academy summer school program offers highly personalized and experiential learning at all 12 of our Ontario campuses. We give our students the opportunity to enhance their education with intensive, month-long high school courses in a wide array of subjects, including mathematics, science, English, and humanities.
Choosing Blyth Academy for summer school in Toronto and across Ontario, allows students to benefit from our small class sizes and personalized approach, setting students up for a successful fall semester.
Blyth Academy campuses will consider applications from mature students (20 years +) to study in summer school programs, however, mature students must have an admissions interview with the campus before being enrolled in any course. Mature students are encouraged to consider enrolling in Blyth Academy Online courses as an alternative.
Scroll down to see the more specific summer school programs we offer as well as which locations they are available at across the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Blyth Academy offers Grade 10–12 courses with start dates in July and August at each of our eleven campuses; Burlington, Downsview Park, Etobicoke, Lawrence Park, London, Mississauga, Ottawa, Thornhill, Waterloo, Whitby and Yorkville.
Blyth Academy Online
Study anytime, anywhere with Blyth Academy Online.
With over 125 online high school courses, plus SAT preparation to choose from, Blyth Academy Online allows Grade 9 to 12 students the opportunity to take an extra credit at any time and from anywhere. Students can complete their assignments, access their account, and produce work any time of day or night, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year.
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*Summer School courses offered varies by campus. Blyth Academy reserves the right to cancel courses at any time, for lack of sufficient enrolment. In the event a course is withdrawn, students will have priority access to another course or will receive a full refund.
**Students are required to show proof of pre-requisite prior to the start of a course. If a student fails to complete the requirement, the student will have the option of changing into a course which they qualify for or having a credit applied to their account, which is valid for one year.