Founded in 1886 and rooted in Episcopal values, Breck School is a preschool through twelve, college preparatory day school with more than 1,100 students. Located in Golden Valley, Minnesota, on 52 acres just minutes from downtown Minneapolis, Breck enjoys a national reputation for excellence and achievement in academics, athletics, and the arts. Upon graduation Breck students matriculate to colleges and universities across the country compatible with students’ interests and talents.
Students Preschool -12
Median ACT Score
Siemens National Finalists
Utilizing the current Mind, Brain, and Education Science research, we offer a safe place where our students are known and cared for, giving them opportunities to try new things and express their ideas.
As an Episcopal school, we hold an unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusivity, welcoming individuals of all faiths or no faith at all. Through a partnership between reason and inquiry, we provide students the opportunity to reflect on their own beliefs and honor those traditions more fully and faithfully in their lives.
Breck is a uniquely united community—a place that fuels achievement, independence, and social responsibility among all of our students.
Breck students matriculate to colleges and universities across the country that are compatible with their unique talents and interests.
We fuel teaching and learning excellence by bridging research and practice for all faculty, students, and parents.
We believe that each student should accept responsibility for the common good and develop a desire to contribute to those in need.
Middle School students share ways to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day this weekend and on Monday, October 11.
We're so pleased to welcome 32 new faculty & staff to Breck this fall!
Later this week will be the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the twin towers in New York City, a significant and traumatic event for Americans and people around the world. Melody Fox Ahmed, the Director for Global Studies at the National Cathedral School invites educators to use the occasion for both remembrance and education.