“Graduation is only the beginning. The Nobles graduate community is 4,700 strong, and we can all benefit from our shared Nobles experience.  Come back to campus, join us for events, consider volunteering for Nobles, or just reconnect with classmates. We always welcome your involvement!”

– Sherrie Delinsky '94, President of the Graduates Association

Nobles Directory



Find graduates that live/work in your area with the Nobles app!

More than 4,500 Noble and Greenough graduates live and work everywhere from Dedham, Mass., to London to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to Africa to Hong Kong and plenty of places in between. Whether they are teachers, scientists, singers, lawyers or corporate CEOs, Nobles graduates are living the mission of leading for the public good.

Features Include:

  • Alumni directory searchable by Name, Class Year, College, Industry, or Company 
  • Integration with LinkedIn
  • Alumni Events Calendar 


Supported Devices:

  • iPhone
  • iPod Touch
  • iPad
  • Android


Unsupported Devices:

  • Blackberry
  • Windows Phone 7
  • WebOS

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I log in?

What personal information will be available for alumni to see?

Can I edit or hide my personal information displayed in the mobile app?

Using the directory: Can I view a list of my classmates?

Can I e-mail or call another alum directly from the app?

How do I connect the app with my LinkedIn account?

When using the Nearby tool wtih the map, how do I locate grads in another location outside of my current location?


Directory information is prepared SOLELY for the use of Nobles alumni to contact one another. Information in the directory may not be used for commercial, charitable, political, or any purpose other than the convenience of the Nobles community. Sharing the directory information with any person or enterprise other than the members of the Nobles community is strictly prohibited.

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Any graduates from 1954 or a bit before or after close to Maine? At 80+ with a BA from Yale in literature, a PFC from USMC's Parris Island, an EdM (6 courses in English literature, 4 in Ed) from Harvard, an MA & PhD in the Arthurian Legend from Brandeis, and the first USA citizen to earn the FILA (International Wrestling’s governing body) Master Coach designation, and the only American to earn this 75 miles east of Moscow in what was then the Soviet Union (USSR), I teach in Senior College for those over 55 only the texts that move me emotionally (many from my classes at Nobles), tutor high school youngsters for free, and I keep learning as well as wrestling with my high school pupils who learn without being injured why the late Dave Schultz dubbed me “Doctor Pain”! Putnam, Bird, Storer, and others CHANGED MY LIFE! THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH, NOBLES! When you stop learning, you start to die. Ted Reese, 1954

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A behind the scenes look at our ANF Rally Day video. Can you identify this costumed faculty actor? (Hint: He's calling his father-in-law, the fifth Head of School) #1866GradGifts

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Looking forward to seeing all of our NYC grads tomorrow night!

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Last week, the Nobles Graduates Council hosted “Nobles Authors: A Discussion with Dick Baker,” as part of the ongoing Innovation Series. Writers Corey Ann Haydu ’01, Nina MacLaughlin ’97 and Sara Farizan ’03 spoke with long time English faculty and former head of school Dick Baker about their writing inspirations, struggles and joys. http://bit.ly/2k9DJPO

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The Graduates Council presents Nobles Authors, a Conversation with Dick Baker

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Can't make it tonight to hear from Nina MacLaughlin '97 about her writing process? Have no fear, we'll be live streaming the event right here on Facebook. Check out Nina's bio, and then check out our author's panel tonight at 6:00 PM! Nina MacLaughlin graduated in 1997 and attended the University of Pennsylvania where she received her degree in English and classical studies. Upon graduating from college, Nina began working for the Boston Phoenix as a journalist. After eight successful years at the Phoenix, Nina felt that she needed a change from her desk job, so she left journalism and started work as a carpenter’s assistant. This career transition was the subject of her first book, Hammer Head: The Making of a Carpenter. Nina continues to pursue both carpentry and writing. Her essays and reviews have appeared in numerous publications including the Los Angeles Review of Books, The Believe, and The Boston Globe.

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Madoka Asari, a former exchange student from Sapporo Intercultural and Technological High School (SIT) in Japan, joined us at the Boulder graduate reception on Saturday! SIT is our sister school in Japan and we couldn't have been happier to have her join us.

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Thank you to Chris Asher '92 for hosting the grad reception at @asherbrewing in Boulder!

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Hope you all can make it to our authors panel on Tuesday. Here's one of our panelists, Sara Farizan '03 Get your tickets today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nobles-authors-a-discussion-with-dick-baker-tickets-30855336141 Sara Farizan, a 2003 Nobles graduate, went on to receive her degree in film and media studies at American University. She also has an MFA from Lesley University. Sara is the author of If You Could Be Mine and Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel. Sara writes from personal experience as both a child of Iranian immigrants and as a young woman understanding and embracing her own sexual orientation. Sara has been a Hollywood intern, a waitress, a comic book/record store employee, an art magazine blogger, a marketing temp, and an after-school teacher, but above all else she has always been a writer.

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Make sure you don't miss our author's panel this Tuesday moderated by Dick Baker. Here's some background on Corey Haydu '01 one of our awesome panelists, and book your ticket now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nobles-authors-a-discussion-with-dick-baker-tickets-30855336141 Corey Ann Haydu graduated from Nobles in 2001. She studied theatre at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts and then received her M.F.A. in writing from the New School. Corey began working in children’s publishing in 2009 and her first young adult novel, OCD Love Story, came out in 2013. It was met with positive reviews, and she was chosen as one of Publisher Weekly’s Flying Starts. Her books have been Junior Library Guils Selections, Indie Next Selection, and BCCB Blue Ribbon Selections. Corey’s other books include: Life by Committee, the middle grade novel, Rules for Stealing Stars, and the upcoming young adult novel The Careful Undressing of Love.

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Two aspiring Nobelonians meet Mr Baker at the Manhattan Beach reception!

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Still time to register for tonight's event in San Francisco with Bob Henderson! Come connect with former classmates and hear a bit about Nobles today.

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Join Head of School Bob Henderson '76 and Dick Baker at the graduate reception in San Francisco next week!

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The official book release for "Inspire Me!: A father-daughter book of quotations to motivate, teach, and inspire" by Paul '74 and Lizzie '12 Ayoub on November 30 was attended by over 200 guests, including Bill Kehlenbeck, Laura Kiradjieff Goode, Michael Denning, Lizzie, Paul, Chip Goode '72, and Kevin McCarthy '74. Also attending were Laura Hewitt Riley ’78, Caitlin Fai ’10 and Alexa Demirjian ‘13.

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Colorado grads! Join us in Boulder for a chance to catch up with Mr. Henderson.

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