“Graduation is only the beginning. The Nobles graduate community is 4,700 strong, and we can all benefit from our shared Nobles experience.  Come back to campus, join us for events, consider volunteering for Nobles, or just reconnect with classmates. We always welcome your involvement!”

– Sherrie Delinsky '94, President of the Graduates Association

Nobles Directory



Find graduates that live/work in your area with the Nobles app!

More than 4,500 Noble and Greenough graduates live and work everywhere from Dedham, Mass., to London to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to Africa to Hong Kong and plenty of places in between. Whether they are teachers, scientists, singers, lawyers or corporate CEOs, Nobles graduates are living the mission of leading for the public good.

Features Include:

  • Alumni directory searchable by Name, Class Year, College, Industry, or Company 
  • Integration with LinkedIn
  • Alumni Events Calendar 


Supported Devices:

  • iPhone
  • iPod Touch
  • iPad
  • Android


Unsupported Devices:

  • Blackberry
  • Windows Phone 7
  • WebOS

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I log in?

What personal information will be available for alumni to see?

Can I edit or hide my personal information displayed in the mobile app?

Using the directory: Can I view a list of my classmates?

Can I e-mail or call another alum directly from the app?

How do I connect the app with my LinkedIn account?

When using the Nearby tool wtih the map, how do I locate grads in another location outside of my current location?


Directory information is prepared SOLELY for the use of Nobles alumni to contact one another. Information in the directory may not be used for commercial, charitable, political, or any purpose other than the convenience of the Nobles community. Sharing the directory information with any person or enterprise other than the members of the Nobles community is strictly prohibited.

Map of Nobles graduates' locations in San Francisco Download app in the App Store Download app in the Google Play Store



Noble Grads
We're making calls today to reach 50% graduate participation in the Annual Nobles Fund. We're only 255 gifts away from achieving that goal! Make your gift today at www.nobles.edu/giveonline

Many thanks to the Nobles students who participated in the @CampSunshineMi Retinoblastoma Week. https://t.co/MWv7k4YpOM

Step Up

Class VClass V students pose for a class photo on the rock outside the middle school after their Step Up ceremony on the last day of school.

Noble Grads
As we approach the final days of our fiscal year, we asked Bob Henderson to reminisce about his first day as Head of School. Take a look at this story about a letter he received from Dick Baker.

What Defines True Innovation in Schools? https://t.co/0a7UAkfnrqf via #is magazine

"You Cannot Learn What You Think You Already Know" via @lifehacker https://t.co/uvGLkW6fw0

Check out these 10 recommended summer reading books for educators via @JonathanEMartin https://t.co/wFggX2853E

Amazon to acquire Whole Foods Market https://t.co/thaUBd2CNt via @BostonGlobe

Bob Pinderhughes '67, Nobles' first graduate of color, addresses the student body. Full video:… https://t.co/EcqeH7kjOR

5 Essential Questions from Dean James Ryan at #hgse https://t.co/KscgzDUw3y

Noble Grads
As part of our ongoing Storytelling Initiative on campus, Mr Henderson recently invited Robert Pinderhughes '67, Nobles' first graduate of color, back to campus to share his story with the Nobles community. To share your story and to see the full video, please head to: http://www.nobles.edu/graduates/StorytellingInitiative.cfm

How Pasteur’s Artistic Insight Changed Chemistry https://t.co/kRcwzt6iTx

Drew Faust, Harvard president, to step down next year https://t.co/aHgcm1L3nb via @BostonGlobe

Noble Grads
Congratulations to one of the many faces of Nobles, Carol Derderian, who is retiring at the end of the month. For almost two decades, Carol has been the first face that many of us saw every morning walking into school. She made sure we would always find our lost belongings by sending out her famous emails, but most importantly she cared about each and everyone of us from the moment we walked through the door in the morning to when we left at night. Good luck Carol on your well earned retirement!

Why Practice Is More Important Than Talent https://t.co/jxwitFNLqj via @MindShiftKQED

Opinion | How to Keep Your College Admission Offer: Start With Digital Literacy https://t.co/bDz3GtBEfg

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