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Previously, Owens-Pike served as LearningWork's alumni director where she redesigned Leadership Academy to focus more directly on high school readiness.
Violinist Jason Shu '15 was named the winner of the Minnesota Youth Symphony Solo Competition. He will perform at Orchestra Hall in February.
Eli Bogursky '15 and Daniel Jing '17 are two of only 16 Minnesotans invited to participate in the 2014-15 Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament in February.
Speaker's awards, first-seed placement and the presentation of a major coaching award were highlights for Blake's debate team at this year's New York City Invitational.
Blake congratulates 16 members of its senior class who have just been commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program in recognition of their outstanding academic promise.
Alison Townley will be joining The Blake School as Chief Advancement Officer. In that role, she will lead the Institutional Advancement team and oversee all fundraising and development efforts for the school. She will begin her work at Blake on November 3.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced the semifinalists in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
For the third consecutive year, Blake has been named the Class AA Challenge Cup winner. The win, Blake’s sixth in the program’s 11-year history, ties the school with Class AAA Eden Prairie for most overall cup wins.
All-community magazine, produced twice a year.Current Archives
All-school newsletter produced 5 times during the year.Current Archives