TEST

Nobles Service Partnerships

Nobles is proud of the strong relationships that many of our athletic programs have built with important outside organizations. Through the hard work of the department, the coaches and the student-athletes these relationships have become a defining characteristic of our athletic program.

 

The Cotting School and Girls Basketball

The Cotting School creates an inclusive community which fosters academic achievement, skill development and social-emotional maturity. Cotting meets the unique needs of students with a broad spectrum of learning and communication disabilities, physical challenges and complex medical conditions by providing an array of integrated services. Cotting provides outreach services, nationally and internationally, to expand their commitment and expertise in the field of special education. Nobles and Cotting play an annual basketball game that raises funds for Cotting while building remarkable relationships between Nobles students and Cotting students.

 

The Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund                         and The Hockey Program

The Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund (MSLF) was founded in 2004 with a simple goal: to provide educational assistance grants to the children of Massachusetts Service members who were killed while deployed on Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. Nobles Hockey raised close to $11,000 for the fund this past year and hopes to do even more going forward.

 

Mass Premier Soccer Inner-City Initiative                            and Girls Soccer

The goal of the MPS Inner-City Initiative is to transplant the success that the MPS School of Excellence program has achieved in the suburban communities of Greater Boston into at-risk, under-served communities in Eastern Massachusetts and provide premier level soccer coaching at needs based cost. Nobles Girls Soccer raises money, and hosts a clinic, for student-athletes in this wonderful MPS program.

Sled Hockey and Community Service

Sled hockey is an ice sport that allows individuals with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy and participate in the popular winter sport. Sled hockey is played as a team sport and the concepts and rules are very similar to “stand-up” hockey. Instead of standing up to skate, participants sit on their skate, using an adaptive device known as a sled. To propel themselves, players use two shortened hockey sticks with a blade on one end and an ice pick (similar to the end of a figure skate) on the other end. The Bliss Omni Rink has become a home for Sled Hockey as a result of the incredible work done by Mason Pulde ('13).

 

Grassroot Soccer and Boys and Girls Soccer

Grassroot Soccer uses the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and mobilize communities to stop the spread of HIV. To achieve our mission, we continuously improve our innovative HIV prevention and life-skills curriculum, share our program and concept effectively, and utilize the popularity of soccer to increase our impact. This year Chris Kaimmer (Nobles Faculty) will coordinate a large scale soccer clinic to further deepen the relationship between Nobles, Soccer and South Africa.

New England Village and The Cross Country Program

New England Village is a campus-based residential community where adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities can lead dignified and enriching lives filled with opportunities for growth and friendship. This year all money raised from the 1st Annual Michele Dufault 5k will be donated to this residential community that Michele cared so deeply about.

 

Livestrong and Wrestling

Livestrong empowers the cancer community to address the unmet needs of cancer survivors. To do so, they encourage collaboration, knowledge-sharing and partnership. Then, they develop evidence-based solutions to address both the common and unique problems survivors are facing around the world. One of the longest standing fundraisers in athletics is the Pin-A-Thon run by the wrestling team each year. This past year Jackson Timm ('12) created a wonderful partnership with Livestrong that we hope to see continue for years to come.

 

Tenacity and The Tennis Program

Founded in 1999, Tenacity has served over 20,000 Boston students who otherwise would lack a safe, productive, and healthy after-school and summer environment. Our high-quality literacy and tennis programming not only build academic skills and improve fitness, they also foster the development of strong bonds between our students and caring staff, which instills the resilience needed to succeed in school and life. Nobles is proud to host an annual tennis match in the spring that raises money for Tenacity.

Noble and Greenough Community Login

Username

Password


Parents, click here if you've forgotten your password.

Other community members, please contact ISS.