Name of School:
Breck School

123 Ottawa Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55422

Phone: 763-381-8100

Fax: 763-381-8288


Admissions Contact:
Scott Wade
Director of Admissions
P - 763-381-8200
F - 763-381-8288


Thursday, January 23
Admissions Morning at Breck  9:00 a.m.

  • With all students in grades preschool through 12 on the same campus, Breck offers many opportunities for students of different ages to work and grow together.
  • Lower School provides students with a foundation of learning that both nurtures and challenges them intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically and spiritually.
  • The middle school years are some of the most crucial in a child's development, both as a student and as a socially responsible human being, and Breck's program is specifically geared toward maximizing that growth.
  • Breck Upper School is a diverse community that is committed to the development of young adults as they prepare both for college experiences and their lives as members of broader communities after college.
  • The arts are important at Breck, where students are encouraged to develop confidence through increasing competency in both visual and performing arts.
  • Athletic offerings at Breck are unprecedented for a school of our size, and Breck athletes are top competitors.

Breck is the Golden Valley, single-campus, p-12 Episcopal independent school where living our mission means always reimagining, reinventing, and reanimating learning – both to model the process and rewards of authentic, meaningful learning for Breck students, and to continually grow, evolve, and reinvigorate as a learning enterprise.
In our continuously regenerating educational hive, each community member – preschooler to senior, teacher to coach, bus driver to administrator – is perpetually learning.

Grades Served: preschool-12

Boarding/Day: Day

Single-Sex or Co-ed: Co-ed

Day Enrollment: 1150

Boarding Enrollment:

Setting (Urban/Suburban): Suburban

Religious Affiliation: Episcopal

Student-Faculty Ratio: 8.5:1

Average Class Size: 16

Accrediting Body: ISACS

Special Programs/Features: We will begin the 2013-14 school year with a brand new Upper School facility that includes state-of-the-art facilities for science and technology, spaces modeled on the nation’s best colleges and universities, and an innovative Servant Leadership program to build on the success of Minnesota’s first P-12 service learning curriculum and strong tradition of multicultural curriculum.

Summer Programs: Yes

Application Deadline: 2/1/14

Required Testing: Developmental testing for Pre and K; standardized testing for grades 1-12

Tuition: $14,560 - $25,995 includes fees

Financial Aid Program: budget exceeds $5 million

% of Student Body on Financial Aid: 23