Blake comprises three campuses in the Twin Cities metropolitan area and serves some 55 neighborhoods. Faculty and students maintain close connections among the campuses and also build relationships with their surrounding communities. Each campus is tailored to the age of students it serves.
The Blake Campus is attended by half of Blake’s Lower School Students and all of its Middle School Students, some 600 students in total. Spreading over 55 acres of rolling hills, this campus is home to Blake’s athletics facilities, administrative offices and MacMillan Performing Arts Center.
The Highcroft campus is attended by half of Blake’s Lower School students, about 240 in total. The homelike, nurturing environment and architectural design are tailored to young learners. Students enjoy the wooded grounds, green spaces and playgrounds. Highcroft is an ideal setting for PK-5 learning. Watch video
Northrop is home to Blake’s Upper School, around 530 students. The location and facilities — which include a box box theater, art gallery, auditorium, science labs and collaborative learning spaces — inspire young adults. The campus is walking distance to the cultural and business center of Minneapolis and provides students with numerous opportunities for exploration and growth.
Blake provides free shuttle service among its campuses for students and offers a variety of busing services to families. See our transportation page for service and rates.