The Blake campus will pilot a new traffic and parking protocol starting April 30. The changes will improve drop off, pick up and parking.
Beth Davis '07 recently graduated from medical school and is about to start her residency at the University of Minnesota, an accomplishment undoubtedly fueled with the help of coffee and popcorn.
Upper School dean Anne Rubin writes that tenth grade is a year of incredible interiority and self-reflection that can be hard for parents to navigate.
All Blake parents, guardians and staff are invited to this celebratory breakfast on Wednesday, April 25.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.
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.
Jennifer Connor '91 (aka Mustard Girl) talks about one of her pre-mustard enterprises.
James Tucker '88 is an executive at Target and a novelist who occasionally tries his hand at painting.
Inspired by the opportunity to create positive change, Peter Heegaard '54 has devoted the last decade early youth eye care.
Tom Heffelfinger '66 reflects on the importance of serving, face-to-face, the people you hope to help.
Khyle Eastin '12 has a curiosity that knows no borders.
From a tiny mustard seed, Jennifer Connor '91 grows enormous opportunity.
PK-12 Science Department Chair Ann-Marie White shares how gifts to Blake empower faculty to "make magic."
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.
Campaign support has led to the creation of the Higgins Family Global Education Fund. Junior Ben Lee '19 reflects on his summer immersion experience in Cuba.
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.
If 150 members of the Blake community make Annual Fund gifts this week, generous donors will unlock $50,000 for the Curriculum Acceleration Fund.
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.
Andrea Ravich '02 lives and works in Minneapolis as a lawyer and consultant. She's an improv comedian with a serious love for Axl Rose.
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.