Blyth Academy is the largest network of private high schools in Canada. With 10 physical campuses and two virtual schools, we create a unique opportunity for Grades 4 to 12 to reach their fullest potential, and ultimately shape the world.
Each campus is designed to be a community of 100-200 students with average class sizes of 12 students per class. Blyth Academy offers a comprehensive full-time program, as well as night school, private courses, summer school, and online classes either teacher-led or self-paced.
We deliver the curriculum set out by the Ontario Ministry of Education, but what sets us apart is our ability to tailor education to the individual student. Our carefully curated individualized structure allows our guidance teams and teachers to consider each student’s learning style and areas of interest when customizing an academic plan unique to them.
Students Grades 9 to 12 follow a two-semester, four term schedule, with only two subjects per term. This dynamic restructuring of the traditional academic school year promotes deeper understanding of subjects, exploration of interests of study, and in turn, prepares them for acceptance into the postsecondary program of their choice.
As part of our academic offering, we provide flexible online learning to high school students through Blyth Academy Online (BAO), our academically rigorous online school. With more than 160 courses to choose from, BAO students are free to simply complete online courses at their own pace or combine our online program with our in-class full-time, night school and/or Saturday classes.
Blyth Academy is a proud member of the Globeducate network of international private schools, which is recognized worldwide as a leader in private education.
Mental Health: Learn about how Blyth Academy is tackling student mental health post-COVID here.
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of Blyth Academy students are accepted into post-secondary programs
of Blyth Academy students are accepted to their top choice college or university
of Blyth Academy students receive partial or full scholarships to post-secondary institutions
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