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About James Hubert Blake High School
Blake High School is a public high school that serves approximately 1,750 students in grades 9-12. Our student body is approximately 41% Black or African American, 26% Hispanic/Latino, 18% White, 9% Asian, 5% Multiple Races, and less than 5% American Indian or Alaskan Native and less than 5% Other Pacific Islander. Blake offers a comprehensive academic program with a signature program in a variety of classes in visual arts, dance, music, theater, contemporary arts and humanities courses to students. Blake also provides students the opportunity to take rigorous courses offering over 20 Advanced Placement Courses. Over 54% of the professionals employed by Blake have more than 15 years of teaching experience. Blake High School at a Glance.
James Hubert Blake High School actively engages our diverse and inclusive school community with challenging learning opportunities in and beyond the classroom that foster a passion for learning, an appreciation of the arts, and a commitment to productive citizenship.
James Hubert Blake High School is a place where all students grow and are prepared for the next challenge in their lives, be it college or career.
Blake High School is located in a suburban community 15 miles north of Washington, D.C. and serves an income diverse community. The suburban population is a mixture of older established communities and areas with newer housing developments.
A School of Many Achievements
James Hubert Blake High School is proud to have some many noteworthy accomplishments. Check out our list of 21 Academic Statistics and Achievements.
The Northeast Consortium
Blake High School is one of three high schools in the Northeast Consortium. Each school offers a comprehensive high school curriculum and a distinctive signature program focusing on particular areas of study. Students residing within the Northeast Consortium may select the high school they attend.