The Blyth-Templeton model is the product of a vision of what education can be: a life-giving, formative experience that unlocks the passion and potential of each student. Here at Blyth-Templeton, we have asked ourselves the tough questions: What is the ultimate goal of education? What type of environment is most conducive to deep learning? How can a high school education prepare a student for life? How can it be more accessible?
But now, it’s your turn to think big and ask tough questions. As you think about applying to BTA, the first step is to learn about our educational philosophy and ask yourself if what we offer seems like it could be a good fit for you and your family.
Explore our website. This will give you a chance to read all about our mission, our history, and our educational philosophy. You can also browse our blog and look through our course offerings to get a sense for what life at BTA looks like.
Attend a community or informational event at the School. Place-based and community-based learning are very important to our model, so come visit!
Check out our premium resource, The 2030 High School Graduate: Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s World. If you get the educational model we’re running, but are curious to understand why we’ve chosen to do education differently, this is the resource for you. While it focuses on the high school years, this resource is useful for parents of younger children as well! It’s never too early to start thinking about educating your child for life.