Blyth-Templeton Academy was highlighted in an article written by Brett Graham from DC School Hub as one of the new schools in Washington D.C. “testing the traditional and even progressive models of education.”
Head of School Lee Palmer was interviewed for the article sharing, “What we’re doing here seems “new,” but in many ways it’s far from new. We’ve created a school based on what we know works: learning by doing, strong student-teacher relationships, and deeper learning that is connected to our students’ lives.”
Graham goes on to explain what makes Blyth-Templeton Academy unique among the many school choices in DC, including its small class sizes, block schedule, experiential approach, and under $15K tuition.
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