Blyth-Templeton Academy is a collaboration between Blyth Academy and Templeton Learning who have come together to bring the highly successful and innovative educational model of Blyth Academy in Canada to the United States.
Since 1977, Blyth Academy operates for credit international programs for U.S. and Canadian high school students. In 2005, Blyth Academy (Blyth-Templeton’s sister school) opens the doors of its first full-time high school.
Blyth Academy opens second campus in Thornhill, Ontario.
Blyth Academy continues to grow, responding to incredible demand. There are now 5 schools across Ontario.
Future Blyth-Templeton Co-Founder Temp Keller creates Templeton Learning to build high quality, highly accessible K-12 education models for 21st century learners.
Blyth Academy grows to 12 campuses serving more than 6,000 students in Canada and offering more than 30 international programs.
Blyth-Templeton Academy forms a partnership between Templeton Learning and Blyth Academy.
In January, Blyth-Templeton Academy announces first campus in Washington, D.C. and recruits former Principal of the Upper School at Sidwell Friends Lee Palmer to serve as Head of School.
Blyth-Templeton Academy opens its first school in Washington, D.C. in the historic Hill Center less than a mile from Capitol Hill.
In May, the first Blyth-Templeton Academy graduates matriculate and head off to college. BTA students wrap up a great first year with more than 70 experiential learning off-campus activities.
In September, Blyth-Templeton Academy kicks off the second academic year with a nearly doubled student body, a wide variety of courses offered, and a growing number of extraordinary teachers.