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“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

 

Graduates

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

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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?

 


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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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Three Bobs are Better Than One

BobceptionToday we celebrated Bob Henderson, our retiring head of school, by revealing his official portrait painted by visual arts faculty member Betsy VanOot, redubbing Art Street (the annual spring arts festival) as Bob Street, and raffling off Bob Henderson bobbleheads.

Music in the Morning

Nobleonians EntranceThe Nobleonians a cappella group heads into assembly after serenading students at the front entrance before school this morning. Catch them and every singing group at the choral concert tonight in Lawrence Auditorium at 7 p.m. It’s the last concert of the year; don’t miss it!

Mail Time

Eric and CarolMath teacher Eric Nguyen takes a minute to chat with receptionist Carol Derderian while picking up his mail.

Crucial Crew Shells

RichardGlendon-1Duncan Glendon, the grandson of Richard Glendon, christens the Nobles boat named after his grandfather. The first ever professional coach of Nobles crew, Richard Glendon is best known for coaching the U.S. men’s eight-man to the nation’s first ever gold medal in rowing at the 1928 Olympics. The “Naiad II” boat was also christened on Saturday, May 20, in honor of Nobles’ women’s crew team of 1996, which won the national championship and set the national record that still stands today.

 

Going Up

Hot Air BalloonsBob Kern’s chemistry class launched homemade hot air balloons over the Castle at 7 a.m. this morning.

National Latin Exam

Luna Li-1Luna Li ’17 received a book award in assembly today for five consecutive gold medals on the National Latin Exam. Additional students honored for receiving gold medals and perfect scores were Marijke Perry ’18, Jason Tang ’18, Kevin Chen ’20, Anne O’Leary ’21 and Justin Qin ’21.

The Marriage of Bette and Boo

The Marriage of Bette and BooBe sure to get out to Vinik Theatre this week to see the Nobles Theatre Collective’s spring production of “The Marriage of Bette and Boo.” Performances are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.

Beach Reflection

Beach ReflectionThe library windows reflect Class I students’ enjoying a beautiful afternoon on the beach.

Stamp Out Hunger

Stamp Out Hunger DriveStudents, graduates, and parents volunteered over the weekend to sort boxes of donated food delivered by the US Postal Service. This is the 18th year in a row that Nobles has served as a collection site for the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. The sorted food will be loaded onto trucks and delivered to the Dedham Food Pantry later this week.

Summer Science Storage

Towles Moving BoxesThe contents of all the classrooms in the Baker Science Building have been packed up and moved to Towles Auditorium. The renovation and construction project kicks off next week to completely redo all of the classrooms and add additional labs to better meet the rigorous academic needs of the school.

Looking Up

Flower PhotoLucy Johnson ’22 sets her phone at ground level to take a photo from a new perspective during middle school photography club.

One Last Rehearsal

Doc's Last ClassFaculty members lined the walls for the last few minutes of Director of Instrumental Music Doc Chanonhouse’s final rehearsal this morning as a quiet tribute to his dedication to teaching. Doc is retiring after more than 20 years at Nobles, so be sure to catch his final wind, strings and orchestra concert this Thursday evening at 7 p.m. in Lawrence Auditorium.

Edible Science

Food and Science

Maura McLaughlin, Isabelle Walkey and Gabrielle Athanasia, all ’17, show off their creation for Molecular Gastronomy class a cauliflower-cheese crust pizza.

Thulani in Town

ThulaniExecutive Director of Kliptown Youth Program (KYP), Thulani Madondo, visited campus this afternoon to reconnect with students and teachers who have gone on the middle school EXCEL trip to South Africa. KYP’s aims “to provide opportunities that will allow young people to rise out of poverty” in Soweto, South Africa through after school tutoring, athletic and arts programs.

May Flowers

Pink TreesThe double flowering plum trees at the main entrance to Shattuck Schoolhouse and the Henderson Arts Center are in full bloom.

Alcove Lines

Alcove ShadowsThe sun returned this afternoon and threw some light lines through the alcoves.

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