James Ly '20 and Genevieve Gellman '24 will represent youth from across Minnesota who are committed to making a difference locally and globally.
Blake will host one evening presentation and book signing, which is free and open to the public.
The roots of Gold's filmmaking trace back to high school, and his early efforts have served him well as he's built a career in the industry.
Though her childhood ambitions of being First Lady never materialized, Libby Carrier Doran '85 has found success in an executive branch of sorts.
If 200 community members give during Blake Giving Week (April 22-26), generous donors will unlock an additional $50,000 to the Annual Fund.
Take in a soccer game with your fellow Bears on Saturday, May 18 at 7pm when the Loons take on Columbus Crew at the new Allianz Field in St Paul.
Read about Blake students and faculty recognized for accomplishments in academics, arts and athletics.
A student-led effort to raise funds for a new filtration system in Bogotá, Colombia inspired other donors — enough to make a new well a reality.
Author Kao Kalia Yang is this year's Northrop and Blake Classes of 1955 Speaker. She will meet with students and speak to the wider community while at Blake.
Sign up to volunteer next school year for the many activities that enrich our students' school experiences.
Any Blake student or parent may nominate any faculty or staff member for the Juliet Nelson Faculty Award and the Staff Recognition Award.
This year, students traveling on immersion trips are encouraged to opt-in on the initiative with the hopes of formalizing the program next year.
The Minnesota Writing Region Scholastic Writing Awards have been announced, and 19 Blake Middle and Upper School students garnered awards.
After six years on the East Coast, Milanda Landis '08 is thrilled to be re-discovering the Twin Cities for the first time since high school.
The Blake School welcomes proposals for its 2019-20 McGuire Visiting Artist residency, which funds a visual artist to collaborate with faculty and students in grades K-12.
Performances Friday, March 8 and Sunday, March 10. Tickets are available online.
Blake senior Lindsay Kaback talks about her project for the Global Online Academy course Positive Psychology.
Show Blake pride by writing a song or chant to sing at Blake athletic and school events. Read on for contest details.
The 2019 ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents.
Lower School engineering and programming teacher William Watkins will use the sabbatical to begin writing and illustrating his first children's book.
The Blake/Breck team claimed three individual wins and swept the three relay events.
Join LearningWorks on Saturday, March 9 from 10:30am to noon to celebrate the class of 2019 as its members graduate.
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.
To commemorate the community's success in Excellence Accelerated: The Campaign for Blake, the school launches a new seal.
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."
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.
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.