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  1. Blake School (Minneapolis) → The Blake School (Minneapolis) – As per the logo itself pictured at this article. In text treatment on the school website, it doesn't even say "Blake School" but simply "Blake" Tenebrae ( talk) 06:14, 9 June 2017 (UTC) [ reply] This is a contested technical request ( permalink ).

  2. Students at Blake love learning. Their intellectual passion is ignited by faculty with content expertise, teaching savvy and a determination to nurture each child’s growth. Our rigorous curriculum continually challenges students to think critically and solve problems. Coursework also emphasizes an ethic of empathy and social responsibility. Students continually draw connections between what they learn and real-world experiences – their own and others’.

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    Blake School. Blake School may refer to: The Blake School (Minneapolis) Blake School (Plantation, Florida) Blake School (Lake City, Florida) This disambiguation page lists articles about schools, colleges, or other educational institutions which are associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the ...

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  5. The Blake School is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian [3] PK – 12 college preparatory day school, established in 1900. Blake is located on three campuses around the Twin Cities area of Minnesota: the upper school (9–12) is in Minneapolis; administration offices, middle school (6–8) is in Hopkins, Minnesota, and half of the lower school is also in Hopkins, Minnesota connected to the middle school; and the other half of the lower school is in Wayzata, Minnesota.

  6. We look forward to helping you discover more about our exceptional program and warm, inclusive school community. Blake offers an excellent education grounded in shared values—respect, love of learning, integrity, courage and commitment to pluralism. Blake students become lifelong learners who make lasting contributions to the world. They develop the habits of mind to think critically, solve problems, empathize, create and make the world better.

  7. Whether you have maintained an on-going tie to Blake or are seeking to get reacquainted, we welcome you. To be sure you are on our email list for future activities or with any questions about how to get involved, please contact Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement Jon Friedell ʼ85, Pʼ28 at jfriedell@blakeschool.org.