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The school is comprised of various buildings, all consistent with a traditional style that is unique to Blakefield. From Wheeler Hall, which houses the Library and classrooms, to Knott Hall, and its state of the art athletic and dining facilities, our campus is both rich in history and innovation.
Graduation, each year, is held in the hollow, a natural outdoor amphitheater bordered by evergreen and dogwood trees and located between Burk and Xavier Halls. The Statue of St. Ignatius offering his sword to the blessed Mother at Montserrat was erected in honor of alumni killed in action during World Wars I and II. It is located outside Xavier Hall near the hollow in an area known as the grotto, another popular gathering place for students.