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Middle School Students Step Up

Middle School Students Step Up

MIDDLE SCHOOL Jun 6, 2013

Class V students celebrated their Middle School years at the annual Step Up ceremony on Thurs., June 6. Faculty, staff, families and friends gathered in Vinik Theatre for remarks, awards and performances. Welcome to the Upper School, Class of 2017.

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Congratulations, Class of 2013

Congratulations, Class of 2013

UPPER SCHOOL May 31, 2013

Noble and Greenough School graduated 118 members of the Class of 2013 on an unseasonably steamy morning May 31. The ceremony included announcements of awards and the granting of diplomas to a class characterized by its willingness to work hard and its kindness. Speakers shared words of wisdom learned from tragedy, innovation, and making mistakes.

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Nobles Minute: Robotics Competition

Nobles Minute: Robotics Competition

ACADEMIC May 30, 2013

In the latest Nobles Minute video, a crowd gathers to watch student-designed robots go head-to-head (or wheel-to-wheel, as the case may be). The last one on the mat wins!

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Ending on a High Note

Ending on a High Note

ARTS May 24, 2013

Congratulations to everyone who performed in the 2013 Spring Choral Concert. The concert marked the beginning of the final performances for many Class I students, some of whom started their Nobles singing careers in the Middle School Chorus when they were Sixies. 

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National Latin Exam: High Marks for Nobles Students

National Latin Exam: High Marks for Nobles Students

ACADEMIC May 7, 2013

Twenty-six Nobles students earned gold medals for high scores on the 2013 National Latin Exam. In addition, two students—Kunal Gupta '14 and Taylor Smith '13—earned the prestigious Maureen O'Donnell Oxford Classical Dictionary Award for winning a gold medal each of the last four years.

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Happy Birthday, Photo of the Day!

Happy Birthday, Photo of the Day!

May 3, 2013

The Photo of the Day blog—along with several others—recently celebrated its first birthday, earning impressive stats in its inaugural year. It's been viewed more than 42,500 times, in more than 60 countries! 

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Foster Gallery: 2013 AP Student Show

Foster Gallery: 2013 AP Student Show

May 3, 2013

The Foster Gallery's current exhibit highlights the work of 30 AP visual arts students, using a variety of media and technique. The annual student show runs April 29-May 31. See more of the works and hear from several artists in this multimedia piece.

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'Round the World

'Round the World

MIDDLE SCHOOL May 1, 2013

Where would you go if you had a 30- to 40-day vacation and $20,000? Class VI students selected countries including Nepal, Egypt, New Zealand, Italy, Iceland, China and Venezuela. Each spring, Class VI students are charged with planning a comprehensive trip around the world. 

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<i>Nobles</i> Magazine Now Available for the iPad

Nobles Magazine Now Available for the iPad

May 1, 2013

The latest issue of Nobles—the official magazine for Noble and Greenough School—is now available in print, online and for the iPad. The iPad version has extended features and interactive content. 

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Nobles Minute: Boys JV Crew

Nobles Minute: Boys JV Crew

ATHLETICS Apr 25, 2013

The latest Nobles Minute video takes you on the Charles River for a boys junior varsity crew team practice. To check out the full series, visit www.youtube.com and search for "Nobles Minute."

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Connecting Curriculum

Connecting Curriculum

ACADEMIC Apr 24, 2013

This video highlights an exciting collaboration between the English and History Departments. The classes will work in tandem, covering similar topics and using the same texts for a unique interdisciplinary experience.

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Scientists in the Field

Scientists in the Field

ACADEMIC Apr 24, 2013

Deb Harrison couldn’t have picked a more fitting day for a field trip with her AP Environmental Science class. On Mon., April 22—Earth Day—Harrison and nine students traveled to Duxbury, Mass., for a day of  field work, testing and engagement with aquaculture scientists.

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Proudly Serving Our Country

Proudly Serving Our Country

Apr 23, 2013

Nobles is proud to have graduates serving this country in myriad ways. We have active servicemen and women in each branch of the military, countless veterans, as well as graduates who work as civil servants, officers and U.S. government agents.

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Former NBA Player Grateful For Loss and Redemption

Former NBA Player Grateful For Loss and Redemption

STUDENT LIFE Apr 17, 2013

Fall River, Mass., native Chris Herren, former NBA basketball player and recovering addict, addressed the Nobles community on April 17, 2013, in Lawrence Auditorium.

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Developing a Global Perspective

Developing a Global Perspective

ACADEMIC Apr 11, 2013

Through history books, students learn about major events, conflicts and wars that have changed the world. What history books often lack is the personal connection—stories that help students understand history through the lives of people who lived it. Two Nobles classes, History of the Human Community (HHC) and American Genocide in the 20th Century—recently welcomed several visitors who illuminated major historical and current events.

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Checkmate!

Checkmate!

STUDENT LIFE Apr 8, 2013

Congratulations to the Nobles chess team for winning the South Shore Interscholastic Chess League (SSICL) title. The team was undefeated in interscholastic play this year, and will share the league trophy with Roxbury Latin until next winter. (Both teams finished the season with 8-0-1 records and were named co-champions.) 

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On Becoming a Writer

On Becoming a Writer

ACADEMIC Apr 3, 2013

Two Class II students, Akshan deAlwis and Maria Maier, recently were named national medalists in the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Akshan earned a gold medal, and Maria a silver medal, both in the personal essay/memoir category.

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College Counseling Does

College Counseling Does "ED" Right

ACADEMIC Apr 1, 2013

In the universe of college counseling and admission, acronyms are bandied about: ACT and SAT for the two primary entrance tests, FAFSA for Free Application for Federal Student Aid, GPA for grade point average, and many more. If you walk by Nobles’ college counseling offices, you are sure to hear yet another acronym: “ED,” for “early decision.”

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See Yourself at Nobles

See Yourself at Nobles

STUDENT LIFE Mar 27, 2013

The Nobles experience. What’s it really like? Faculty members inspire students here—and students inspire students. The spirit of Nobles shows in every aspect of the community and the classroom. Many talented students come to Nobles, but arriving here is just the beginning. 

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Nobles Flik Dining Service Staff:<br>A Cut Above the Rest

Nobles Flik Dining Service Staff:
A Cut Above the Rest

Mar 8, 2013

Three members of the Flik staff were recently recognized for outstanding service and commitment at the 2012-13 FLIK Independent School Awards. Executive chef Mike Ryan was awarded Manager of the Year for Flik NE Region; Jacob Martin was named the Associate of the Year for the NE Region; and Director of Dining Services Matthew Burek received the President's Award.

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