Chemistry and Cuisine

Chemistry and Cuisine

In its second year as a science elective, Chemistry and Cuisine reveals the scientific principles at work behind everyday food preparation. This Nobleman video story gives a glimpse into the curriculum—and the kitchen.

What's in a Paper?

What's in a Paper?

In the second semester of U.S. History, students in Class III hone in on their research skills and take a deeper look into a range of topics including the impact of security threats on major national and international events; the United States’ role as a global peacekeeper in Vietnam and Iraqi wars; and the effects of the current Great Recession. Learn more about the major assignment in a Q&A with history faculty member Oris Bryant. 

Going Global

Going Global

In March, students, faculty and staff embarked on seven experiential learning and service trips throughout the world. A total of 111 students and 25 faculty and staff members traveled to Guatemala, Honduras, India, New Orleans, Paris, Romania and South Africa.

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Do Different

Do Different

Promote beauty products using a cadre of amateur enthusiasts? Sell athletic shoes by creating a community of artists? Monitor a patient’s level of insulin with a cutting-edge microdevice? Yes, yes and yes. When it comes to innovation, the game has changed—and these three graduates are playing to win.

Read All About It!

Read All About It!

In the April issue of the Parent's E-Newsletter, Head of Middle School John Gifford writes in tribute to former headmaster Mr. Gleason. Head of Upper School Ben Snyder writes about the experiences Nobles students faced during their trip to India.

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Inspiration for My Class I Project
Becky Brownell ’14 was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in her Class IV (9th grade) year at Nobles. She shares a personal story to raise awareness about inflammatory bowel disease. For my Class I (senior) project, I am volunteering for the … Continue reading

Be Inspired
Math faculty Susan Kemalian posted this motivational message in her classroom. #liveyourlife

Tools of the Trade
Guess where these supplies can be found?

Morning Tunes


Marijke Perry ’18 performed “Just a Game,” a song from the musical she’s writing about a revolution in a country that has a corrupted king and queen.

Cellist Chad Polk (Class IV), warming up for a performance at the Hilton Club. http://t.co/6aAsy9r3pO

Nobles Outing Club
How quickly things can change up on Mt Washington! Six inches of snow and rime ice coating everything... Looks nothing like what we saw on Monday!

Timeline Photos
We are back to winter conditions this morning. In the past 24 hours, the summit has received close to 6 inches of new snow and rime ice is coating everything with feathers varying in length from 1 inch (2.54 cm) to upwards of 30.2 inches (76.71 cm) or more as seen on this pole located on the Sherman Adams Observation Deck. For further details about what the day holds, head here: http://www.mountwashington.org/weather/summit_forecast.php

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A Triumphant Season

Congratulations to the chess team who are the South Shore Interscholastic Chess League (SSICL) champions this season. The team was undefeated, 8-0, and also came in 42-1-1 after playing 44 individual games over the course of eight interscholastic matches. Seven students participated at the varsity level including Max Sheerin ’17, Iain Sheerin ’17, Loring Lauretti ’17, Armen Festekjian ’15, William Wang ’16, Sam Davitt ’15 and Paulie Apostolicas ’18. 

The Right Size
Enjoy this whimsical take on why Nobles classes are not too big, not too (too) small -- but just right.

Row, Row, Row
#Nobles #crew getting #readyforspring. Image by Caroline Putnam for the #nobleman.

DC-area grads: See you all tonight at the Old Ebbitt Grill for a reception with Head of School Bob Henderson '76. Drinks and hearty apps!

Together you accumulated 985 miles on Marathon Monday. As a result, a generous donor will be contributing $9850 to the Nobles Marathon Fund!

In honor of Earth Week, Mr. Carey's dog, Lila, shows us that if she can recycle, so can you! http://t.co/D9cIvzQSOe

Congratulations Caitlin McGrail, 3rd place in NY Lyric Opera Theatre Vocal Competition. Next stop: SYMPHONY SPACE on Broadway, 5/10/14
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Exploring New Technology

MS Tech Club

Middle School students get a lesson in 3D printing from technology faculty member Andy Shumway.

Congratulations Caitlin McGrail, 3rd place in NY Lyric Opera Theatre Vocal Competition. Next stop: SYMPHONY SPACE on Broadway, 5/10/14

Spring Concert Season! Kicking things off with Jazz/Blues/Guitar/Drums Thursday, 4/24 at 7. Drum Ensemble is ready! http://t.co/gFQfNWwF3T

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