We are extremely proud of the success our students have achieved. 95% of our students receive first-choice university acceptance, and 50% of them receive full or partial entrance scholarships. In addition, the majority of our students demonstrate an improvement in their attitude towards learning and their marks have reflected this academic growth. Credits earned at Blyth Academy are universally accepted and highly respected, and our students have gone on to attend top universities in their fields of choice.

Blyth Academy has an average of one guidance counsellor for every 70 students (other public and private high schools average between 200 – 400+ students for every counsellor). This allows our guidance counsellors to provide individual attention and relate to our students on a personal basis, providing ongoing advice throughout the school experience.

Our students consistently demonstrate higher than average success in post-secondary education, in part because of our unique programs and outstanding faculty. Guidance Counsellors at each campus provide individual students with the support and advice they need when it comes to university applications.

Through empathetic engagement, hands-on experiential teaching, and ongoing customized guidance, Blyth Academy students are prepared not only for post-secondary education, but also life beyond those walls. Our Grade 11 and 12 programs are modelled after university academics in order to better prepare our students for life after high school. Our schools produce well-rounded “university-ready” students by providing a full extra-curricular program of activities including sports and fitness, theatre and the arts as well as community-service opportunities in our neighbourhood and around the world.

2015-16 List of Universities Blyth Academy Students have been accepted for:

University Acceptances Inside OntarioBrock University, Carleton University, Centennial College, George Brown College, Guelph University, Guelph-Humber College, Humber College, Lakehead University, Laurier University, McMaster University, Ottawa University, Queen’s University, Ryerson University, Seneca College, Trent University, OCAD, U of T, UOIT, Waterloo University, Western University, York University
University Acceptances Outside OntarioMcGill University, UBC, Dalhousie University, St. Francis Xavier, Memorial University, Okanogan College, NSCAD
University Acceptances Outside CanadaHarvard University, Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), California Institute of Technology, Princeton University, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University of Paris (The Sorbonne), University of New Hampshire, Robert Morris University, Castleton State University, Plymouth State University, Buffalo State University, Franklin Pierce University, Manhattanville College, University College Dublin, Interdisciplinary Center - Herzliya Israel, University of Illinois, University of Amsterdam, Rollins College (FL), University of Cairo, University of King’s College, American University of Rome, University of Stirling

Full-Time Students: The guidance counsellor at each campus is there to help students with their university application process. Students should contact their guidance counsellor with any questions or concerns.

Part-Time Students: Students taking a part time course at Blyth Academy and have applied to university, must provide Blyth Academy with their OUAC reference number so that marks can be updated.

Please submit OUAC reference number below. You must include the full course name and code, as well as indication of application to university using the 101 or 105 application. For students taking courses at Blyth Academy during Semester 2 we will update OUAC account three times during their part time course – first to indicate enrolment, second to provide midterm mark, and lastly with their final mark. After each update, please check OUAC account to ensure academic data is correct.For questions, please email guidance@blytheducation.com. The information you submit here will be transmitted to OUAC in compliance with the Spring and Summer deadlines. Midterm and final marks will be submitted within one week of receipt of marks, ensuring that all deadline requirements are met. After mid-July, marks will be submitted directly to the specified universities as well as to OUAC. Here you can create the content that will be used within the module.

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2014-15 List of Universities Blyth Academy Students have been accepted to:

Ontario University Acceptances

Schulich School of Business
York University
Richard Ivey School of Business
University of Toronto
Queen’s School of Business
Queen’s University
McMaster University
Huron University College at Western
King’s University College at Western
Western University (UWO)
University of Waterloo
Carleton University
Ryerson University
University of Ottawa
Wilfrid Laurier University
University of Guelph
Ontario College of Art & Design
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
University of Windsor
Lakehead University
Laurentian University
Brock University
Trent University
Royal Military College

Universities Outside Canada:

Dartmouth College, USA
Cornell, USA
University College London, England
University of St. Andrews, Scotland
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Rollins College, USA
University of New Mexico, USA
Durham University, England
Harvard University, USA

University Acceptances out of province:

McGill University
University of British Columbia
Dalhousie University
University of Alberta
University of Victoria
Simon Fraser University
Mount Alison University
Bishop’s University
Concordia University
Acadia University
St. Francis Xavier: Arts, Sciences
University of King’s College
Memorial University
Emily Carr University of Art & Design
Nova Scotia College of Art & Design
University of New Brunswick
Saint Mary’s University
National Theatre School (Montreal)

College and College/University Transfer Acceptances:

Humber College
Fanshawe College
Centennial College: Arts
Durham College
Conestoga College
Neuchâtel College, Switzerland