Welcome to Breck

Thank you for taking a closer look at Breck. 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. As a community, we are focused on perpetual learning and pushing academic boundaries, as well as fostering a commitment to the greater good. Our school's Episcopal roots are lived through an unwavering commitment to diversity, value in the dignity of each human being, and community partnerships that instill in our students the mutually beneficial value of service. A community of high-achieving and motivated students and teachers focused on intellectual inquiry, engagement, and bridging research to practice, Breck is committed to offering an exceptional school experience.

We invite you to learn more about our community by completing our inquiry form. Upon receipt, a member of our staff will contact you to help answer any questions you may have about Breck. In addition, prospective families are encouraged to schedule a campus tour or attend one of our admission events to experience Breck firsthand. We look forward to welcoming you to campus soon!

Voices at Breck

Will Sweeney

Meet Will Sweeney.

Joseph Huttner

Meet Joseph.

Corinne Brooks

Meet Corinne.

Dr. Brian Trussell

Learning is an active process that requires effort, a bit of stress, maybe some failure, and the discipline to keep trying. My job, via science content, is to help students put forth a good effort, cope with the stress, and recover from failures, and try again.

Rachel Yoon

I love the constant cycle of being challenged and inspired by students and staff: Learning, reflecting, connecting, and rethinking what you though you already knew. Every day is a new opportunity.

Sara Thorne

Breck second graders learn so many wonderful things. We read a variety of literature and spend lots of time reading fantasy, fiction, and historical fiction books. We even learn to read lab reports, research, and nonfiction. Everyday students are able to choose their own books for whole class and small group reading.

Non-discrimination policy

It is the policy of Breck to administer its educational programs, including admission and financial aid, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, or disability.