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Established in 1975, the Noble and Greenough School Graduates Council fosters lifelong relationships among current and future graduates and serves as a bridge between the school and the graduate population. The primary role of its members is to act as ambassadors of Nobles, promoting the exchange of information and sentiment between the school and the graduate community. Underlying all that the Council does is a commitment to the Noble and Greenough School mission statement.

Nobles Graduates Council

 


Membership

All graduates of Noble and Greenough School are members of the Nobles Graduates Association. The Graduates Council is the governing body of the Graduates Association. Membership in the Council is open to any graduate based on a commitment to attend the Council’s five meetings plus the Graduates Assembly at Reunion. There are no term limits associated with the Council.

 

Service Initiatives: Missions and Goals

The Council supports Nobles through three service initiatives: Service to Graduates, Service to School, and Service to Community. The following standing committees of the Council are also dedicated to the fulfillment of these initiatives: Nominating Committee, Graduates of Color Committee, and Young Graduates Committee. 

 

2016-2017 Meeting Calendar:

10/17 – Kick Off! - Castle Library
1/10 – Bob Henderson shares his reflections on 17 years as Head of School - Castle Library
1/24 – "Nobles Authors: A Discussion with Dick Baker" - Towles Auditorium 
3/6 – Jill Walsh '96: The effect of social media on adolescent development - Towles Auditorium 
4/3 –  Current Class I Students Panel - Castle Library
5/13 – Graduates Assembly during Reunion WeekendRichardson Gym


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