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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."
The latest issue of Blake's magazine is arriving in mailboxes and available online.
When he's not upside down in an airplane, Steven Nye '18 enjoys watching, filming and editing documentaries.
Alex Bentley oversees Blake's collection of photographs, clothing, memorabilia and stories from the the school's century-plus history.
Marcus Berg's '14 self-described "educational journey" is one where he often finds himself both teacher and student, and that's exactly how he likes it.
While searching for volunteer opportunities in Portland, Oregon, Adele Broberg '07 discovers a Blake connection.
Come show your Blake spirit at this year's community-wide Homecoming celebration, Oct. 4-5. Click here for full schedule. Go Bears!
Ben Lee '19 is a 2017 National Student Poet, the nation's highest honor for youth poets. He shares one of his poems in this edition of Voices.
When Cindy Rothschild Kaplan '90 discovered an unmet need in global children's health, she made it her mission to fill the void.
Chan Poling '75 has seen a string of successes in multiple music genres, and the hits keep coming.
Filmmaker Sandra Bertalanffy '01 will attend the festival for a screening of her award-winning documentary series on Sept. 29 in Minneapolis.
Teacher Patrick Barry spent part of his recent sabbatical observing a day in each grade level at Blake. He shares his reflections on the experience.
Blake senior Alyssa Story profiles the author of "Dream Country" in this article for the Minnesota Women's Press.
Blake senior Maya Chadda profiles the actress, writer and producer in this article for the Minnesota Women's Press.
Former Blake science teacher and coach Don Mezzenga died on Aug. 6 at age 88. Read alumni tributes to Mr. Mezzenga.
Alumni artists are invited to submit their artwork to the show, which will run Dec. 27 through January 2019 in the Martha Bennett Gallery.
Read tips and tricks on how to stay up-to-date on school news. Good for families new to Blake as well as returning families.
Kip Dooley '08 studies investigative and multimedia journalism at American University in Washington, D.C., where he is loving the East Coast city life.
The first meeting of the 2018-19 school year is Tuesday, Aug. 28, 11:30am to 1pm in the Juliet Nelson Auditorium.
Kao Kalia Yang, author of "The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir," will visit Blake in April.
Kate Jackson '88 lives and works in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, and owns Ensō Wellbeing Coaching. Breakfast isn't her favorite meal, but she wouldn't turn down a bowl of split pea soup in the morning.
Sophomore Dean and science faculty Mike Canfield reflects on his first year of teaching at Blake.
Check out Blake's summer readings for grades 6 to 12.