Nov 14, 2014
Every fall, as a winter chill enters the air and the leaves turn russet, Deb Harrison’s AP Environmental Science students, like the birds they study, flock south. Their destination is the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences in Plymouth, Mass. Manomet’s mission is to “conserve natural resources for the benefit of wildlife and human populations, and through research and collaboration, build science-based, cooperative solutions to environmental problems.”read more
Nov 6, 2014
Nobles vs Milton Day was Friday, November 7. Each year, the schools alternate creating a pump-up video for this rivalry. This year it was our turn, so we kicked it up a notch with some 3D animation. Click "read more" to watch our video inspired by the Game of Thrones intro.read more
Oct 31, 2014
The Nobles Theatre Collective presented its fall production, Luigi Pirandello's Right You Are If You Think You Are, from October 29-November 1. One part social commentary, one part mystery, the story featured townspeople who nosily speculate about their new-to-town neighbors, and ultimately hatch an elaborate trap to unveil the truth.read more
ARTS Oct 30, 2014
On November 6, a photography exhibit of Nobles’ own visual arts faculty member, John Hirsch, “Nature vs. Technology,” will be featured as part of the New Gallery Concert Series (NGCS).read more
ALUMNI Oct 10, 2014
Don’t miss the chance to see a team of players from the Nobles community—including Mark Spence, director of counseling, and Mike McHugh, director of buildings and grounds—take on the Boston Bruins Alumni Team on November 8, at 5 p.m. at the Omni Flood Rink at Nobles. Proceeds of the benefit hockey game will go to Achieve at Nobles, a tuition-free academic enrichment program serving Boston-area middle school-age children from low-income families.read more
Oct 6, 2014
You can read insightful pieces from Director of College Counseling Kate Ramsdell and Assistant Head of School and Middle School Head John Gifford. And don’t miss Provost Bill Bussey’s preview of an upcoming assembly focusing on the people, politics and history of the Gaza Strip.
STUDENT LIFE Oct 1, 2014
Po Bronson, novelist and coauthor of Nurture Shock and Top Dog—books that have changed the conversations about parenting and success in America—visited Nobles on September 30 and October 1.
On September 30, Bronson spoke to parents and faculty about the perceived and real effects of stress on performance in young people.
Oct 1, 2014
The Nobles Outing Club hiked to the summit of Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire on a perfect late summer Sunday on September 14, 2014. This annual kickoff adventure honored Bill Biddle, former Nobles teacher and pioneer of the Nobles Outing Club. Click "read more" to view video.read more
Sep 22, 2014
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."read more
Sep 17, 2014
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.”read more
ACADEMIC Sep 17, 2014
Young adult novelist, David Levithan, author of "Every Day," joined us to talk about his writing process, and to answer questions about the characters and messages in the story. The book was chosen by students and faculty as a school-wide read for this year's Community Book Day.read more