Start your Night School 2024 journey this February 21! In-person classes are filling up fast, so make sure to reserve your seat before the program reaches capacity.
Available at select GTA campuses or virtually through Blyth Academy Orbit, Night School provides students with a valuable chance to advance credits, fulfill prerequisites, or gain a deeper understanding of core high school subjects—all while maintaining their home school. With an average class size of only 10 students and intensive 15-week courses covering a variety of subjects, our educators offer personalized and experiential learning, promote academic achievement, and help students reach forward for academic success.
Minal, Parent at Blyth Academy Night School
|Spring Session 2024
|GRADES: 11 & 12
|Mondays & Wednesdays
February 21 - June 19
|6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
|8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Experience Blyth Academy remotely.
Introducing Virtual Night School.
Virtual Night School, delivered through Blyth Academy Orbit, offers an engaging classroom experience with live sessions led by our experienced teachers. The program features structured class hours and established deadlines, and is further supported by a "cameras on" policy designed to maximize student engagement and mirror Blyth Academy's academically rigorous in-person lessons. Extra one-on-one support is available during virtual office hours.
Ready to join Blyth Academy Night School?
Start your registration process now.
Embarking on your Night School journey is easy! Simply create your profile through our Application Portal, select Night School as the program of interest, choose a preferred course and campus1, and finalize enrolment by paying tuition fees using a valid credit card.
- Is there a guarantee that a student will achieve a certain grade?
- How are grades entered on the home school transcript?
- What is the typical class size?
- When will students be informed of their teacher and required textbooks?
- Is it possible to enroll in a class after it has started?
- Are students allowed to miss any classes?
- What happens if a class is canceled due to a closure, such as a power outage or inclement weather?
- What is the policy if there are not enough enrolled students for a class to run?
- How is Blyth Academy Orbit different from Blyth Academy Online, considering both offer virtual classes?