The next session is about to start!
Join us on February 22 for the next Night School session. Make sure to reserve your seat before the program gets full.
Supercharge your academics.
Same rules, new approach.
Blyth Academy Night School offers students a fantastic opportunity to excel in core subjects while reaching forward for academic success. Designed for in-person studies at select Toronto and Ottawa campuses, Night School is now also available remotely through our virtual Orbit campus following the same curriculum, structure, and academic policies as our physical schools.
From working ahead by taking a credit course in advance of the next year to seeking a prerequisite or a deeper understanding of the subject matter, choosing Blyth Academy Night School allows students to maintain their home school while benefitting from our small class sizes and hyper-personalized teaching approach. With courses running for the duration of a 15-week semester, students can choose from a wide variety of subjects, including mathematics, science, English, and more.
Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to register for Night School no later than three weeks prior to the start of classes.
Experience Blyth Academy remotely.
Introducing Virtual Night School.
Similar to our academically rigorous in-person lessons, our Virtual Night School classes are structured with set start and end times, and deadlines are established for all assignments, tests, and final exams. Our teachers give lessons live through Zoom and use a variety of virtual tools to keep their students highly engaged and motivated. Extra one-on-one support from teachers is available during virtual office hours as well.
|Spring Session 2023|
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.*
Monday & Wednesday Classes - February 22nd - June 21st
Tuesday & Thursday Classes - February 23rd - June 22nd
*Classes run until 8:00 p.m., followed by independent work and with teacher office hours from 8-9:30 p.m.
*All dates and times are subject to change. 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 In the event a course is withdrawn, students will have priority access to another course or will receive a full refund.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.
- How many students do you typically have in the class?
- What happens if there's not enough students enrolled?
- Can you join a class that has already started?
- How do your marks get put on the home school transcript?
- When do you find out who your teacher is and what textbooks you need?
- Can you miss any of the classes?
- What happens if a class is canceled due to a closure (e.g., power outage or inclement weather)?
- Can you guarantee a student will get a certain mark?