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All Blake students participate in community involvement projects that are woven into the classroom curriculum through our service learning program. Service learning at Blake provides students a better understanding of themselves, the world in which they live, and the opportunity and responsibility they have to improve both. As a result of their engagement in service learning, students develop lifelong habits of heart and mind and action that lead to lives as responsible world citizens.
Blake students support the American Refugee Committee's relief efforts in the Philippines and encourage you to join them by considering a donation that will serve our neighbors in the Philippines.
Blake families, friends, teams, student groups, advisories and alumni are encourage to register today and join us for the following Service Saturday.
Upper School visual arts teacher Bill Colburn ’88 is a featured artist in Intermedia Arts’ 554CHANGE, a multidisciplinary exhibition featuring artwork by 27 Minneapolis-based artists who are working as catalysts for community change.
Blake's youngest students opened a restaurant to raise money for the Light of Hope School in Kenya, and the results were impressive!
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