Blake was named best high school in Minnesota in a national ranking for the second consecutive year.
The public can take a virtual tour of four of the watershed's management projects.
The Bears welcomed 20 special needs hockey players to the Blake Ice Arena, where a wonderful time was had by all.
Summer at Blake provides experiences that help students continue to grow as scholars, athletes and artists.
If given extra time, Greg May would rather be golfing, preferably in Hawaii.
Shawn Reid once dropped out of preschool. But he had a very good reason: he missed his mom.
Early gifts to Excellence Accelerated and the Higgins Family Global Education Fund have provided support for a new era of global immersion at Blake.
Blake parents Margaret and Jeff Jones discuss why they support Excellence Accelerated: The Campaign for Blake.
The Blake community raises funds for the Art Saunders Memorial Scoreboard, honoring an alum, player and coach.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.
Chaka Cummings will be joining Blake as Middle School Director beginning July 1, 2017.
Blake faculty member Michael Bazzett is one of 37 writers to receive a 2017 creative writing fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The 54-year-old tournament has become one of the most anticipated events of the year among debaters nationwide.
Blake congratulates 14 members of its senior class who have just been commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program in recognition of their outstanding academic promise.
We limit our children's athletic and developmental potential by encouraging single-sport specialization before age 12.
The National Athletic Trainers' Association Safe Sports School Award recognizes high schools that help to keep young athletes safe.
Highcroft fourth grade teacher Don Quinn loves forests but isn't so sure about mountains, at least not driving through them.
Time and distance haven't compromised the deep connection between Blake international student Maite Esteve '93 and her host family.
Highcroft fourth grade teacher Kris Westberg once dreamed of becoming an actress and singer, but her inability to carry a tune held her back.
Pre-K and kindergarten experiences play a critical role in developing children as learners and establishing a positive school experience.
Second grade teacher Kamie Page and her dad, Alan Page, received a gold medal in this year's Moonbeam Children's Book Awards.
Registration for Spring Break at Blake is open! Academic, artistic and sports camps for students in grades PK-12 run March 27-30.
Thanks to our community members, Excellence Accelerated: The Campaign for Blake has raised $58 million, 73 percent, of its fundraising goal.
Junior Nicolas Barra earned every point possible on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam he took in May.
Tickets are on sale now for this hilarious comedy, the only play Mark Twain ever penned.
Aditya Shekhar '18 presented at the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology 2016 conference, where he took second in the ASNC Young Investigator Award for Emerging Nuclear Cardiologists Under Age 35.
Medical Director for Hazelden Betty Ford Youth Continuum Dr. Joseph Lee recently spoke at Blake. A video of his presentation is available online.
Blake hosts the exhibit Tracks in the Snow: The MN Muslim Experience Nov. 2-29. Reception Nov. 4, 6:30pm at the Martha Bennett Gallery.
The girls' tennis team successfully defended their state Class 1A title, defeating Rochester Lourdes 6-1 in the finals.
The Bears made it to the semi-final round of state competition before falling to St. Thomas Academy.