Our Campuses

Blake's campuses in the Twin Cities metropolitan area 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.

Blake Campus, Hopkins

Blake Campus
Blake Campus
Middle School students going down stairs
Fans watching Blake athletics play  soccer
Soccer practice

The Blake campus in Hopkins is home to students from pre-kindergarten to grade 8. Spreading over 55 acres of rolling hills, three distinct school settings serve students as they grow and develop from early childhood to early adolescence. The Early Learning Center, opened in 2023, is for learners in pre-kindergarten (ages 4 and older), kindergarten and first grade. Students then move on to Upper Elementary from grades 2-5. The Middle School serves students in grades 6-8. The Blake campus is home to Blake’s athletics facilities, administrative offices and MacMillan Performing Arts Center.

Hopkins Campus
Early Learning Center: 165 students
Upper Elementary: 280 students
Middle School: 340 students

Northrop Campus, Minneapolis

Northrop Campus
Upper Schools students in auditorium
Upper School students going down staircase
Upper School Student sitting in library chair reading

Northrop is home to Blake’s Upper School, around 535 students. The location and facilities —  which include an 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.