Read the October Parents' Association newsletter

Read the October Parents' Association newsletter

Fall is one of the busiest, but most exciting seasons at Nobles. From plays on the stage to plays on the field, you won't want to miss any of it. Catch up on the latest and learn about upcoming events and important dates to remember.

Grandparents Day 2015

Grandparents Day 2015

More than 400 grandparents joined students in their classrooms on September 25, and enjoyed a special glimpse of "a day in the life" at Nobles through the eyes of their grandchildren.

The First Week

The First Week

With the 2015-2016 school year starting strongly, here's a look at the first week, featuring highlights from retreats, the first assembly, classes, and afternoon program.

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Welcome New Faculty and Staff

Welcome New Faculty and Staff

Head of School Bob Henderson ’76, Dean of Students Marcela Maldonado, Dean of Faculty Maura Sullivan and Head of Upper School Michael Denning were among those who welcomed 15 new faculty and staff members to campus the last week of August. The newest members of the community joined for team building exercises, to tour the campus, meet with mentors and learn “all things Nobles.”

Read the September Parents' Association newsletter

Read the September Parents' Association newsletter

With the first day of school comes much to do and think about at Nobles. Catch up on the latest and learn about upcoming events and important dates to remember.


Leap Before You Look



Tomorrow, at the ICA in Boston, a really interesting show opens that explores the influential experiment in education and the arts that produced such artistic luminaries as Buckminster Fuller, Cy Twombly, Ruth Asawa, Robert Rauschenberg, and Clara Porset. Black Mountain College was established in 1933 near Asheville, North Carolina. This from the ICA website: “Influenced by the utopian ideals of the progressive education movement, it placed the arts at the center of liberal arts education and believed that in doing so it could better educate citizens for participation in a democratic society.” The show runs from October 10 through January 24. You can check out more at the link below:

Black Mountain College at the ICA

@Noble_Greenough, Lynn Holcomb is excited to see your students today! Make sure that they stop by for more info! #colgateeverywhere />Retweeted by Noble and Greenough @Noble_Greenough

Katrina: 10 Years Later

In conjunction with a screening of the post-Katrina documentary "Second Line/Second Life" by Rick LaVine, Hurricane Katrina survivor Robert Green spoke of the harrowing experience of the storm and the tragedies that rocked his family and community. He also described the blessings that have emerged from the destruction. 

Noble Grads
The fall issue of the Nobles Magazine is getting shipped out, so here's a #tbt of the Fall 1995 Magazine! Mrs. Harrison in her natural habitat.

Girls on the Move
Nobles students enjoying the annual yard sale benefiting Achieve! #NoblemanOnline @achieve_nobles Image by Emily Baskin

Where The Wild Fractions Are: The Power Of A Bedtime (Math) Story http://t.co/IPkzMvKg4g @NPR @Ericnpr @sianbeilock http://t.co/Pc5r5Ex533
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OCD Love Story: Interview with Corey Ann Haydu
Corey Ann Haydu (N ’01) is the author of the young adult novel, "OCD Love Story". The novel has been adapted into a play by Haydu and will be preformed for the first time as the NTC Fall Mainstage. To read more about "OCD Love Story", stay tuned for Andie Gilmore's article in the print edition of The Nobleman.

This Nobles Life- Season 1 Episode 3: Maxwell Halperin
In this week's episode of This Nobles Life, Maxwell Halperin (class I) shares his experience of being homeschooled, his transition to Nobles, and what Nobles means to him.

Empty Bowls, Full Hearts

EmptyBowls_KNealCeramics instructor and artist John Dorsey shows students and Community Service Director Linda Hurley how to add stylized touches to their handcrafted ceramic bowls for the Empty Bowl project. Nobles has hosted the project an initiative to help address local and global hunger issues since 2011. For months, students and faculty create bowls for the cause. On November 6, guests at the culminating event will choose from an array of the unique bowls and enjoy a meal of soup and bread. Donations toward the bowls they keep serve as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world, and proceeds benefit the Dedham Food Pantry. Empty Bowls fundraisers have taken place across the U.S. and abroad.

Meet Charles Danhof
Mr. Danhof is excited to join the Nobles community as an English teacher, strength and conditioning coach, and wrestling coach. With years of expertise, Mr. Danhof will be a great addition to the Nobles community!

Meet Holly Bonomo (N ’86)
Holly Bonomo (N ’86) joins Nobles’ EXCEL program as a part time faculty member this year. She has served on both the Graduates’ council and the Board of Trustees.

New Faculty Profiles
With the start of the new school year come new faculty, and New Faculty Profiles! The Nobleman interviewed the 13 new faculty members to let them tell their stories, and for the Nobles community to get to know them. Check back frequently as new posts will to put up every week.

Greensleeves prepare to open 27th Annual REFA Gala with the National Anthem. #StarSpangledBanner http://t.co/Hlve3QrJsL

Greensleeves prepare to open the 27th Annual REFA Gala with the National Anthem. http://t.co/Ce0Ch5Naz5

"We represent the world outside us." #Nobles150 #NobleAndStrong

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Nobles' fall open house is next Saturday, 10/17 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (There will also be a 12/8 open house at night, but it won't include campus tours.) Please share this status, and encourage friends, family and neighbors to come check us out!

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