An alumni dinner in 1914 started the tradition of an annual alumni event in December. Read more about the history of Blake's holiday gatherings.
An idea that began with three eighth graders has grown into an educational — and delicious — opportunity for all Blake Middle School students.
Students in Bill Colburn's Advanced Drawing — Human Condition class created more than works of art this semester; they created relationships.
Dunia Chatham's '94 earliest childhood memory is a real thriller.
Families and individuals are invited to paint banners for an early childhood center in Sierra Leone on Saturday, Dec. 8, 9:30-11am, on the Blake campus.
Olympia '31 enjoys coloring, eating mac and cheese and playing with her brother. If she could choose one magical power it would be to do whatever she wants. Good choice.
All Blake community members are invited to participate in the clothing swap on Dec.12 at the Upper School.
"Connecting the Broken Threads of the Hmong Paj Ntaub" features the paintings, thread work and sculpture of Middle School visual arts teacher Seexeng Lee.
Blake's 2018 Young Alumnus of the Year shares his vision for the North and his commitment to making it a movement for good.
Blake congratulates 19 seniors who have been commended by the National Merit Scholarship Program in recognition of their outstanding academic promise.
Students can playfully attack challenging math problems in an environment where they're not afraid to make mistakes. Learn more in this Life at Blake video.
See how teamwork, encouragement and variety fuel Pre-K through 8th grade physical education at Blake in this Life at Blake video.
Blake honors Olympic champion Dani Cameranesi '13 in a pre-game ceremony, 7pm Thursday, Nov. 29 at Blake Ice Arena.
As early as 1916, students at both Blake and Northrop engaged in activities related to war preparation and war relief.
Can you identify the Bears in this photo, which was taken at the Oct. 10, 1969 Blake homecoming game against Shattuck?
Peter Ormand '01 has been living in New York City since his freshman year of college, but this self-styled "Eclectic Wanderer" enjoys straying far from home.
Excellence Accelerated: The Campaign for Blake has reached $78 million (98 percent) of its $80 million fundraising goal.
The Bears have won their first boys' soccer state title since 2008 in a game that gained nationwide attention.
Get an inside look at the classrooms, labs, studios, theater and other spaces of Blake's Middle School. Click here to take the tour.
The Blake girls' tennis team defeated Rochester Lourdes in the semifinals and Litchfield in the final by identical 7-0 scores.
Celebrate the extraordinary writing of Neil Simon and join us for this delightful and fast-paced comedy.
Make plans to attend an upcoming performance and see students showcase their musical and theatrical talents.
Korslund credits her students' enthusiasm for making the exciting and complex biology class she designed possible.
Discover Blake events offer families an inside look at the student and family experience at Blake. On-campus events are Oct. 27 and Nov. 3.
Kathy Nolan '07 lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she loves a good stroll through campus.
Grace Vojta '19, Maddie Tix '19, CC Wallin '18 and Olivia Bizal '19 received a Community Leadership Award from the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
The natural world is embedded into Pre-K curriculum at Blake, where students take nature walks one to two times a week during the school year.
Mike Bazzett writes about his years-long project to translate a Mayan epic poem to English.
These academically talented high school seniors now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,000 National Merit Scholarships.
Excellence Accelerated Co-Chair Elizabeth Winton shares her excitement about the campaign's progress and our collective effort to "finish strong."