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More than 8,000 individuals strong, our alumni, as well as former parents and teachers, are the backbone of today's Blake. Check out this section of the Blake web site to learn more about what friends and colleagues are up to, and to reconnect with the School – here in Minneapolis and around the world.
Learn more about alumni activities and events by contacting Becky Ankeny, Director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at 952-988-3430 or email@example.com.
Upper School visual arts teacher Robert Teslow leads this series of photography studio access sessions in a traditional darkroom. The program is open to current and former parents and faculty, grandparents, alumni and adult friends of The Blake School.
The Greater Blake Open Alumni Golf event will once again grace the greens of Woodhill Country Club in Wayzata. Join us on Monday, June 10 for a wonderful day of golf and camaraderie.
Please join us for Breakfast at Blake: Head of School Edition on Thursday, June 20 featuring Dr. Anne Stavney.
Barbara Dugan Johnson '79 has lived abroad for the past 21 years. She's lived in Japan, Taiwan and France and these days calls Switzerland home.
Blake alumnus David Duckler '05 recently visited Blake to share his experience and observations about China and, specifically, tea from China with a number of classes at the Upper School.
Blake’s seventh graders immersed themselves in poetry with poets-in-residence Michael Lee ’07 and Sam Cook.
Blake will be profiling a number of alumni who are living and working abroad in upcoming issues of our magazine, the Bulletin. Here's a sneak peek at two of the first profilees: Billy Meyers '03 and David Priest '86.
School historian Jan Woolman recently visited the home of the original Blake School for boys. Now a private residence, Woolman says it is still easy to imagine a crowd of boys bursting into the entry hall on school mornings.