Hear Moyers speak about how parents can talk to kids about substance use. He is an executive at the Hazelden Foundation and author of Broken: My Story of Addiction and Redemption.
The Middle School cast and crew present this comic, family friendly Gilbert and Sullivan classic tale on Friday, Feb. 22 at 7:30pm in the MacMillan Performing Arts Center.
Join Blake parents Don Amorosi and Sara Ratner '94, P '23 on the evening of March 4 as they share their story and discuss adolescent mental health.
Can you help identify the Northrop lower school students in these ice skating photos?
Tyler Kossila '16 is a converted Badger majoring in elementary education and special education.
Performances will run Friday, March 8 through Sunday, March 10. Tickets are available online.
Congratulations to Upper School English teacher Mike Bazzett and Upper School art teacher Brian Sago who were both awarded sabbaticals for next school year.
Blake's licensed childcare center has availability for kids ages 3 months to 4 years, open to families throughout the Twin Cities area.
This month's archival mystery surrounds Blake School basketball. Can you help identify the players and opponents in these photos?
Never let it be said Jenny Hagen Maine '81 shrinks from a dare. Goldfish beware!
Blake hosts Pride night on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 7:30pm when the Blake girls hockey team hosts Farmington at the Blake Ice Arena in Hopkins.
College students interested in teaching Minneapolis youth are encouraged to apply for this nine-week paid internship.
Blake will launch the Assessment of Inclusivity and Multiculturalism (AIM) survey Jan. 14 through Feb. 4.
Second graders conjure up not-so-creepy creatures in art class.
Read this roundup of Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics and community engagement.
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?