Safety and Wellness

Campus SafetyNoble and Greenough School is dedicated to maintaining a safe environment and cultivating wellness for all community members, consistent with the community principles detailed in our mission.

The relational pedagogy that serves as the bedrock of life at Nobles provides opportunities each day to form mentoring relationships with advisors, counselors, teachers, coaches and more.  The student life team, co-deans of diversity initiatives, counseling staff, Health Office and members of the Academic Achievement Center all work together to ensure that each community member feels both included and supported. 

Nobles maintains protocols to inform our response for both localized and campuswide emergencies, drilling our response to situations that require student participation. We work closely with local first responders (fire, police and ambulance) to ensure timely and efficient responses to emergency situations.

Nobles’ front desk (781-326-3700) serves as the first point of contact for issues of concern during school hours. Our security service (508-397-7294) assumes this role outside of school hours.

For information on 911-level emergencies, consult our emergency protocol.

In addition to caring for the safety and well-being of current students, Nobles is committed to the safety and well-being of graduates, particularly as it relates to their Nobles experience. Click here for more information on resources for graduates.

For other issues of concern regarding both physical safety and mental health, the following list of trained professionals is available to help.


Internal Resources


External Resources

Student Health Office


Any Immediate Emergency
Call 911


Jen Hamilton: 781-320-7073

Clinical Psychologist (for Graduates)
Click here for graduate resources.

Buildings and Grounds Office


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
800-273-TALK (8255)

Director of Safety Management

Bob Moore: 781-441-9101

Samaritans Helpline

Dean of Students

Mark Spence: 781-320-7158

The Trevor Lifeline for LGBTQ teens


Bill Bussey: 781-320-7045

Alcohol and Drug Helpline

Office of the Head of School


Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

Head of Upper School

Michael Denning: 781-320-7251


Assistant Head of School and Head of Middle School

John Gifford: 781-320-7013



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Safety and Wellness
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