Extracurricular can be challenging in a small school campus but Blyth brings the communities together (from other campuses) to expand the opportunities for students to access various and multiple activities. Blyth Etobicoke was constantly engaging the kids in conversations to understand what extracurricular they wanted and how to provide them, be it virtual platforms, in-house clubs, or access to external facilities.
Despite being a small school, Blyth Etobicoke offers a number of clubs and other extra-curricular events. They often offer field trips in conjunction with other Blyth locations in order to have enough people to make the events possible. I have been pleased with the number of social outreach opportunities and ability for the students to earn volunteer hours. Sports offerings are limited, particularly for students who are interested in competitive teams. Blyth Downsview would be a better choice for sports-oriented students.