Blake congratulates the LearningWorks class of 2017, whose members recently graduated from two-year academic-enrichment program.
Katerina Papanikolopoulos '17 has been named a national silver medalist in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
MSHSL to consider Blake's request to play AA in girls' hockey, boys' hockey and boys' tennis
Tickets are on sale for the Upper School's production of Seussical the Musical. See showtimes and purchase tickets online.
Any Blake student or parent may submit nominations for the Juliet Nelson Faculty Award and the Staff Recognition Award. The deadline is May 10.
The Parent Association seeks volunteers for a number of leadership positions available in the 2017-18 school year.
The Blake/Breck boys' swim and dive team won this year's Class 1A state title, upsetting defending champion St. Thomas Academy.
This biennial program funds a visual artist-in-residence who collaborates with faculty and students in grades K through 12.
Hudson '30 enjoys yoga, downhill skiing and climbing trees. For obvious reasons, his favorite letter is H.
A master dancer, drummer and choreographer from the northern region of Ghana is teaching students about West African culture through movement and drumming.
Blake congratulates its student-artists who received recognition in the 2016-17 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards program.
Blake Middle and Upper School students garnered 24 awards in the regional competition.
Nick Swaggert combines his military background and business experience to help give former felons and other at-risk men a second chance.
The defending champions reclaimed their title in a 6-2 victory over St. Paul United.
College Counseling's Jim Mahoney shares his advice in a recent Washington Post Sunday Magazine article.
The latest issue of Blake's magazine is available online.
Middle School teacher Amy Walters was an accomplished three-season athlete in high school and college.
Blake faculty member JJ Kahle's work with Professor J.B. Mayo has helped to inform his advocacy of the issue.
Hear from two people who have known Cassidy from her very earliest days: mom, Lea Favor, and grandfather George Blackwell.
Cassidy Blackwell '02 finds herself at the center of a movement for people of color reclaiming their natural roots.
Blake advances to the state tournament for the fifth consecutive season.
The girls' Alpine ski team competed at the state Alpine tournament, where Ide claimed the individual state title.
Sara Kyle, Blake's associate director of college counseling, will begin serving as director in July.
Jeff Trinh loves science, board games, logic in general, and tinkering with new things. And he wouldn't say no to a big bag of Skittles either.
Nayana Jha '95 spearheads Blake's alumni relations. She is a big fan of horror movies, as long as she doesn't have to see any blood.
The 2017 Blake Alumni Biennial exhibition will run Feb. 16 through March 24 in the Bennett Gallery.
Upper School science teacher Jeff Trinh-Sy finds himself at the forefront of a new kind of business.
Blake's childcare program invites community members to register for summer care.
Blake was named best private 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.