Each summer, we help set middle school students on their path to college and can't do it without support from our volunteers. Here's how you can help.
The senior class gift is an annual philanthropic initiative, led entirely by graduating seniors, joining past classes in the tradition of giving back to Blake.
The four-acre wooded area to the south of Blake's Hopkins campus provides outdoor learning opportunities for teachers, students and the wider community.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Elizabeth Rush, author of "Rising: Dispatches from a New American Shore," will visit Blake next April.
Educators from public, private, charter and independent schools across all academic disciplines and levels are invited to apply for this three-day workshop on social entrepreneurship.
Blake Giving Week highlighted the reasons donors give back to the school and the many ways philanthropic gifts transform the educational experience.
How to Build Three Essential Lifelong Learning Skills
Posted 03/07/2019 05:01PM

Lindsay Kaback '19 was featured in the Global Online Academy (GOA) blog post "Student Spotlight: How to Build Three Essential Lifelong Learning Skills." In the article, Kaback talks about her project for the the GOA's Positive Psychology course in which she designed an interactive gratitude session to help support female athletes.

Blake is part of the Global Online Academy, a consortium of schools that connects students and teachers worldwide to offer rigorous online courses. Courses offered include Digital Journalism, Bioethics, and International Macroeconomics – to name just a few.

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