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Nobles Blog Spotlight: Experts on Adolescence

Nobles Blog Spotlight: Experts on Adolescence

Oct 19, 2012

The "Experts on Adolescence" blog (noblesadolescence.wordpress.com) is a forum for adults in the Nobles community to share insight, advice and research developed from years of experience working with young people.

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A Lesson in Scene Studies

A Lesson in Scene Studies

ARTS Oct 19, 2012

There's a lot to be done before the curtain rises on opening night of a performance. Students in Todd Morton's Acting I class start at the beginning—taking "sides," cuts from a larger play, for scene studies so students can analyze both the dramatic structure and relationships among characters long before they hit the stage.

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Introducing the Nobles Minute

Introducing the Nobles Minute

Oct 12, 2012

Noble and Greenough School is launching a video series called the "Nobles Minute." The 60-second multimedia pieces will showcase campus life, classes, special events and more. You can find these fun videos on www.nobles.edu, as well as the school's Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/user/NobleandGreenough.

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iPads in the Classroom

iPads in the Classroom

ACADEMIC Oct 11, 2012

iPads have become an increasingly popular learning tool for schools around the nation, and now the trendy device has also made it into the Nobles classrooms. In the beginning of the 2012–13 school year, the Middle School launched an iPad pilot program for Class VI students and Upper School continued the program for Class IV, which began during the 2011–12 school year. Every student in Class IV and VI now has an iPad for classroom and home use.

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The Art of Phalanx Formation

The Art of Phalanx Formation

ACADEMIC Oct 10, 2012

Students can read about ancient Greek warfare, but will they ever have the chance to experience what it felt like for those soldiers to stand side-by-side, toeing the battlefield lines? For students in George Blake's Greek Civilization class, the answer is yes.

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A Global Affair

A Global Affair

ANNUAL MULTICULTURAL FAIR Oct 9, 2012

On Friday, Oct. 5, the Nobles community "traveled" the world at the annual Multicultural Fair. More than a dozen countries were represented through artifacts, activities, costumes, music, dance and food.

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Nobles Minute: Grandparents Day

Nobles Minute: Grandparents Day

STUDENT LIFE Oct 4, 2012

On September 28, 2012, close to 500 grandparents arrived on campus to spend a school day at Nobles. They enjoyed a special assembly before joining their grandchildren for classes, formal portraits, and lunch in the new Castle.

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Amor Towles '83 Talks Passion, Competence, Honesty

Amor Towles '83 Talks Passion, Competence, Honesty

ASSEMBLY Oct 3, 2012

English teacher and former Headmaster Dick Baker took to the stage on Wed., Oct. 3, to introduce best-selling author Amor Towles, Class of ’83. He briefly described Towles’ time at Nobles, his successful career in finance, and the road to his highly-acclaimed, first published novel, Rules of Civility.

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Scholarship Semifinalists

Scholarship Semifinalists

ACADEMIC Sep 26, 2012

Eight Nobles students have been selected semifinalists in national scholarship programs. Caleb Kirshner, Jett Oristaglio, Hannah Peterson, Kevin Raposo, Daniel Toubman, all ’13 are semifinalists in the 58th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

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Capsule Hotel

Capsule Hotel

ARTS Sep 14, 2012

The Foster Gallery kicked off its 2012–13 season with a unique installation by Boston-based artist and repurposing architect Joe Joe Orangias. Using recycled furniture and other found objects, Orangias created a portable, mobile hotel.

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Seth Goldman ’83 Accepts Distinguished Grad Award

Seth Goldman ’83 Accepts Distinguished Grad Award

ALUMNI Sep 13, 2012

At Assembly on September 13, Seth Goldman ’83, co-founder, president and TeaEO of Honest Tea, accepted the Distinguished Graduate Award from Head of School Robert P. Henderson Jr. ’76.

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What's Your Castle Story?

What's Your Castle Story?

STUDENT LIFE Sep 12, 2012

The Castle has come to symbolize the strength of community and the storied history of our great school. In celebration of the completed Castle Project, we invite you to tell us your Castle story. Please contribute your anecdote to the "Our Castle Story" blog—noblescastlestory.wordpress.com—by emailing castlestory@nobles.edu.

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<i>Nobles</i> Magazine

Nobles Magazine

ALUMNI Sep 12, 2012

Nobles—the official magazine for Noble and Greenough School—has a new look. The latest issue is now available in print and online. Visit www.nobles.edu/noblesmagazine for the Fall 2012 issue, or to access the archive of past issues.

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Class VI Comes Together

Class VI Comes Together

MIDDLE SCHOOL Sep 7, 2012

All Class VI students are new to Nobles, and Nobles is very new to each of them. In addition to getting to know the campus and daily schedule, the 58 classmates spent time together during the first week, quite literally, learning the ropes. Check out the video below for a glimpse into the Class of 2018's first days on campus.

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A Word (Or Two) of Advice for the New School Year

A Word (Or Two) of Advice for the New School Year

STUDENT LIFE Sep 4, 2012

"Take a trip or study away." "Say 'hi' to people in the halls." "Try new things." Before they graduated, the Class of 2012 had helpful, parting words of wisdom for Nobles students. The start of a new school year is a great time to revisit their advice.

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Meet the New Faculty and Staff

Meet the New Faculty and Staff

COMMUNITY Aug 24, 2012

Nobles veterans—Head of School Bob Henderson ’76, Dean of Students Erika Guy, Dean of Faculty Maura Sullivan and Head of Upper School Ben Snyder—welcomed the incoming “class” of new faculty and staff members to campus on Friday, August 24.

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The Writer's Circle

The Writer's Circle

ACADEMIC Aug 14, 2012

Kudos to Nobles Class II student Maria Maier, whose passion and talent for writing is earning her some impressive accolades. This year, Maier was awarded two gold medals in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for her poetry collections.

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NDC's Counselor-In-Training Program

NDC's Counselor-In-Training Program

SUMMER PROGRAMS Aug 13, 2012

Each summer, the Nobles Day Camp operates a succesful Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program, which introduces young counselors to working with campers. To learn more, watch this video, produced by Communication Intern Maya Getter '13.

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Class II Student Leads Fight Against Childhood Obesity

Class II Student Leads Fight Against Childhood Obesity

COMMUNITY OUTREACH & SERVICE Aug 10, 2012

Chloe Rosen '14, along with 20 students from across the country, has been selected to serve on the 2012-2013 Youth Advisory Board for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, an organization founded by the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation.

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Nobles Hosts KenSAP Students

Nobles Hosts KenSAP Students

COMMUNITY OUTREACH Aug 10, 2012

On August 9-12, Nobles was happy to host students from the Kenya Student-Athlete Program (KenSAP). The students were on campus for their pre-college orientation.

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