“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



Happy Holidays

ShattuckWe wish you a safe and happy holiday break. We’ll see you back on campus refreshed and ready to start the second semester on January 3.

Vacation Frame of Mind

Window snowFall semester assessments are melting away, and the last day before the holiday break is in sight.

Big Dawgs Gotta De-stress

Therapy DogStudents take some time to relax with Mary the therapy dog while studying for assessments.


DreidelJewish Culture Club taught students how to play some new dreidel games in Gleason Hall today during their bake sale. Hanukkah starts on Tuesday December 12.

Bot Battle

RoboticsDom Manzo’s robotics class battled it out in Morrison Forum this afternoon to see which team could collect the most ping pong balls with their custom-built bots.

Print City

Photo wallStudents hang their printed photographs on the magnetic wall outside of the photo lab for reviews and critiques.

Science Spectators

Physics watch partyA huge crowd gathered in the new physics classroom yesterday to watch the advanced projects chain reaction demonstration.

So You Think You Can’t Dance

Christmas DanceThe girls in So You Think You Can’t Dance, Nobles’ intro to dance class, performed their dance routine in assembly this morning wearing holiday themed sweaters.

Stand Back for Some Science

CP and LiLost in a web of pulleys, magnets, levers and switches, Christine Pasterczyk and Allison Li ’18 go over some final prep for the Advanced Projects in Physics class’s great machine chain reaction next week.


Dispatch 99008Here’s a throwback to 1999 when Dispatch played a rock concert in assembly near the height of their rise to independent music fame.

The ExperiMentalist

ExperiMentalistGerard Senehi, the ExperiMentalist, performed in assembly this morning and wowed, stunned, and generally just confused everybody with his impressive mental abilities. We’re still not sure if he’s an illusionist, a mind reader, a magician or as he likes to call himself, “limitless.”

Monday Motivation

Bryan Thomas AssemblyIn assembly this morning, Bryan Thomas ’20 told the story of his nearly fatal brain hemorrhage in 2015 and inspired the entire school to a standing ovation with his positive mindset and resiliency. Read more about Bryan’s recent TED Talk here.


Chess Gleason HallUche Ndukwe ’18, Sami Alves ’18 and Will Whalen ’19 played a couple casual chess matches in Gleason Hall before the long Thanksgiving weekend.

Table Read

Cry Baby Table ReadThe entire cast and crew of the upcoming winter musical “Cry-Baby” joins in a table read on stage in Vinik Theatre.

From the Skies to the Archives

Campus oldCan you spot any changes to campus in this archival aerial photo? This picture, hanging in the second floor of Shattuck Schoolhouse, was a gift of the class of 1963 and predates even the current library which only has a few months left in existence.

Apple of my Pie

Pie DriveMiddle school students, teachers and parents peel apples to make pies for the 15th annual pie drive. Pies are donated to the Single Parent Family Outreach Center, and other pies are sold with proceeds going to two urban agriculture programs: Oasis on Ballou and Urban Farming Institute.

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