Friend to Creatures Great and Small

Friend to Creatures Great and Small

The 2014 recipient of Nobles' Young Graduate Award, veterinarian and animal advocate Dr. Meagan Rock '99, encourages students "to never stop taking risks or believing in your own ability to make the world a better place. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity you have by virtue of being a Nobles student, and harness it to make a difference."

Bliss Bees

Bliss Bees

Deb Harrison's AP Environmental Science class visited beloved graduate and beekeeper Bill Bliss '48 to learn about the influence of bees on our ecosystems and food systems. Learn more about their time together, and view the slideshow.

Into the Wind

Into the Wind

On Thursday, September 11, the Foster Gallery hosted an opening of interdisciplinary artist Georgie Friedman’s “Into the Wind.” Through the creation of multimedia experiences, Friedman seeks to “reframe natural phenomena in ways that create new physical and psychological spaces for viewers to contemplate personal and cultural relationships to the elements.” Click "more" to view video.

Welcome Back

Welcome Back

A great way to start the year is to read this month's issue of the Parents' Association newsletter.

You can read insightful pieces from Head of School Bob Henderson, Interim Head of Upper School Michael Denning as well as Dean of Students Marcela Maldonado and Licensed Education Psychologist Jen Hamilton.

Who's New?

Who's New?

On Sept. 2, 2014, students weren't the only ones experiencing some back-to-school excitement and jitters. When you encounter new faculty and staff, introduce yourself. In the meantime, learn a little about all of the great adults joining the Nobles community this fall.


Work Hard Play Hard
For the next few weeks The #Nobleman staff photographers are going to be taking over our feed. Fall season is in full swing at #nobles. #WorkHardPlayHard Image by Lucy Lyons

Gleason—a Man of the Word
Faculty member and former head of school Dick Baker delivered these remarks on Sept. 13, in Lawrence Auditorium: “In the beginning /was the Word” Now I know only enough about that line from the gospel to understand that it is … Continue reading

Recollections From the Gleason Years
These remarks by faculty member Deb Harrison were delivered on Sept. 13 in Lawrence Auditorium: Good evening! For those of you who don’t know me, I teach a few biology courses in the Science Department and coach squash, and am … Continue reading

Remembering 9/11
Head of School Bob Henderson shared these remarks in assembly Sept. 11, 2014: Many in this audience have no memory of September of 2001, although I think images in the media are familiar to us all. Those of us who … Continue reading

Re: Stacks
Back to the stacks #PutnamLibrary #Nobles

How Stephen King Teaches Writing - The Atlantic http://t.co/V4Dazk18lg

Lunch Break

Lunch_CastleThe Castle’s new dining room provides a beautiful space for students and faculty to enjoy delicious food while sharing in stimulating conversations.

Taco Thursday!
#tacothursday Image by Lucy Lyons

Bliss Bees

Deb Harrison's AP Environmental Science class visited beloved graduate and beekeeper Bill Bliss '48 to learn about the influence of bees on our ecosystems and food systems.

How to Get Students Past the "I Can't Do It" Phase http://t.co/YILaw4TGww

Nobles Outing Club
Kevin and Christian paddle hard as they complete the final leg of the stand-up canoe obstacle course.

Outdoor Adventure - Fall 2014

Here's a response to the recent NY Times on article on planting trees. Thanks @brettdbyers http://t.co/2ePLIC8hQV

Nobles was proud to play host to the 3rd Three Squares Ride for Food yesterday. Close to $200K raised for local food pantries #AllDawgsEat

Toni Abate: Money in the bank http://t.co/VK1ZQZgeC3

Noble and Greenough
Only one week until Grandparents Day! Monday, September 29, 9:00 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.

It's not too late to register online at www.nobles.edu/grandparents. For questions, please contact Katherine Minevitz at 781-320-7009 or minevitz@nobles.edu.

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