School Archives

Students looking over teacher's shoulder sitting at desk
Vintage Upper School students
Students sitting in semi-circle watching classmates act
Vintage Upper School  students
Student speaking at microphone while classmates watch
Students skating in school parking lot
Students skating in school parking lot
Students roasting marshmallows
Blake basketball player shooting ball towards basket
Lower school students

The purpose of The Blake School Archives is to collect, organize, preserve, and make available materials that document the history of the school and its predecessor institutions: Graham Hall (forerunner of Northrop Collegiate School), Blake School, and Highcroft Country Day School.

The collection, housed at the Northrop campus, includes artifacts, audio/visual recordings, paper records, photographs, and publications. Members of the school community and public are welcome to schedule a visit to the Archives. Over a century's worth of yearbooks are also available to be browsed and searched online (username and password required--please contact Blake's archivist).

The Blake School Archives welcomes donations of materials that fit the scope of the collection. However, since not all items are acceptable, anyone who is interested in making a donation is asked to first contact Blake's archivist.

Neva Fuller, Archivist