Photographer Elizabeth Flinsch's exhibition will be on display in the Bennett Gallery through April.
Nye received a silver medal in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, the nation's most prestigious recognition program for creative students in grades 7-12.
According to Catherine '30, the best part about kindergarten is riding the bus, playing at recess and seeing her older cousins.
Blake community members have exceed a goal of 150 Annual Fund donors through the Blake Community Challenge, unlocking $50,000 in challenge funds.
The Breck/Blake boys' swim and dive team won its second consecutive title, breaking the class A record in the 200 medley relay to start the meet.
Any Blake student or parent may submit nominations for the Juliet Nelson Faculty Award and the Staff Recognition Award. The deadline is May 11.
Please consider joining parents, guardians and others in volunteering for the many activities that enrich our students' school experiences.
Summer at Blake day camps offer a slice of the school's academics, arts and athletics programs for ages Pre-K and up.
The ceremony is March 10 and will feature keynote speakers Rep. Peggy Flanagan and LW alumna and current medical student Sowda Ahmed.
Tyneeta Canonge to lead Office of Equity and Community Engagement.
A magnificent cast of characters transforms the reality of a Caribbean village devastated by a storm into a fantastical world alive with hope.
Plant ecologist and writer Robin Wall Kimmerer will visit campus in April to share her observations of the natural world with the Blake community.
Blake families are invited to experience outdoor activities related to nature, science, Minnesota indigenous cultures and health. All ages welcome.
When Olvia Bizal '19 backstopped Blake to a semifinal win in last year's Girls' State Hockey Tournament, she had no idea it was the last time she'd play hockey.
Rivals are sometimes teammates in summer, but only one of the teams can win Section 6.
The Blake girls' hockey team works off the ice to combat sex trafficking.
Julia Lucas '20 was featured on KARE 11 News where she talked about her goal to raise $50,000 in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Dion Crushshon '88 is Blake's director of global programs. He would love to visit Papua New Guinea, but his dream vacation would include a cruise on the Love Boat with a stop at Fantasy Island.
Upper School students learn leadership and collaboration through world events.
Sixth graders in Blake's humanities classes examine global issues, first by studying themselves, then by delving into others' perspectives.
Jackie Wethington '23 plays numerous sports and the viola, sings in her church choir and speaks French. She hopes to one day help kids who have learning differences.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.
Blake's youngest students learn in unexpected ways.
The Star Tribune's Kim Ode talked with National Student Poet Ben Lee '18 about what poetry means to him and how he plans to share it with other young people.
Rebecca Schubring will join Blake as Chief Advancement Officer on January 8, 2018.
During his visit to Blake, Eboo Patel stressed to students and the wider community the importance of leaning in, listening and respecting differences.
Sixth graders address global challenges through research, art and writing.
Sara Kyle treasures time with family and friends, reading and being active. You might think you saw her in "Alien," but you didn't.
Fourth graders and their teachers were honored for their creativity and enthusiasm in learning about the importance of our water resources.
Students and teachers will spend approximately two Saturday mornings each month learning from each other in workshops on math, literature and science.