Discover Blake Events

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We hope to see you at our Discover Blake events, held on our on our three campuses (details below). If you can’t make it to an event, you can always request a tour, tell us about your interests or apply to the school anytime.

See first-hand why students, teachers and families love Blake and bring any questions you may have. Sit in on a fun mini lesson in science, history, math or art. Chat with Blake students, teachers and families. Tour our classrooms, labs, gyms, fields, galleries and theaters. Learn about what’s at the heart of an excellent education,

Lower, Middle & Upper School Events: General Agenda

Our winter Discover Blake event opens with a brief welcome reception featuring our Head of School and a student performance. Following the reception, families have the opportunity to explore the school and programs at their own pace. Faculty, administrators and current parents will be on hand for individual conversations about each academic department, athletics, performing arts, clubs and co-curricular opportunities, learning support services, the Blake Parent Association, and more. Formal tours of campus will also be available.

Pre-K & Kindergarten Event: Passport to Play

Hands-on activities for young learners in visual art, theater, physical education and engineering and programming. Explore our Pre-K and K classrooms, meet teachers and talk with other families. Healthy breakfast refreshments provided.

Pre-K & K
Saturday, Jan. 25
10am-noon
Highcroft campus, Wayzata
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LOWER SCHOOL &
MIDDLE SCHOOL
PreK-Grade 5 &
Grades 6-8

Tuesday, Jan. 14
5:30-7:30pm
Blake campus, Hopkins
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UPPER SCHOOL
Grades 9-12

Monday, Jan. 13
7-8:30pm
Northrop campus, Minneapolis
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Why Parents #LoveBlake

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Our Campuses

Each of Blake’s three campuses is tailored to the age group it serves.

Pre-K

Highcroft Campus

Lower School
Grades PK-5

Blake Campus

Lower School &
Middle School
Grades PK-8

Northrop Campus

Upper School 9-12

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Pre-Kindergarten

Blake offers half-day and full-day pre-kindergarten classes on our campuses in Hopkins and Wayzata. Both locations also include extended-day services.

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Grades K-5

Highcroft Campus

Lower School PK-5

Blake Campus

Lower School PK-5, Middle School grades 6-8

Northrop Campus

Upper School 9-12

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Grades K-5

Our two Lower School locations in Hopkins and Wayzata serve students in pre-kindergarten through grade 5. Both locations offer extended-day services, co-curriculars and environments tailored to young learners.

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Grades 6-8

Highcroft Campus

Lower School PK-5

Blake Campus

Lower School PK-5, Middle School grades 6-8

Northrop Campus

Upper School 9-12

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Grades 6-8

Blake’s Middle School is located in Hopkins and serves students in grades six through eight. Middle Schoolers thrive in new and redesigned campus spaces for academics, arts and athletics.

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Grades 9-12

Highcroft Campus

Lower School PK-5

Blake Campus

Lower School PK-5, Middle School grades 6-8

Northrop Campus

Upper School
Grades 9-12

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Grades 9-12

Blake’s Upper School is located in Minneapolis, near the cultural heart of the city. Students in grades nine through twelve learn in an environment specifically designed for them.

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Excellent Academics

Teachers combine expertise with attention to student needs for a challenging and nurturing environment.

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Comprehensive Arts

Students discover and grow through visual arts, music, theatre, and speech programs.

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Outstanding Athletics

Physical education classes and organized sports build confidence and teamwork.

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Diverse Co-curriculars

Students at all ages choose among nearly 100 different clubs and activities.

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Global Programs

Prepare students for a rapidly changing and complex world.

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Community Engagement

Offers students opportunities to lead and serve locally, regionally and globally.

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