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Art Street and Holi

Art Street and Holi

Every year, students look forward to Art Street, a time to try their hand at all things artistic, while benefiting numerous non-profit organizations. This year's fundraising efforts also included aid for the victims of the earthquakes in Nepal, as part of a larger effort that has raised more than $1,300 to date. 

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Here Comes the Sun

Solar Car Race 2015

On May 13—as one of the final rites of passage in the middle school—Class V students took their science skills to the races for the 16th annual solar car race day. Working in pairs, students developed strategies for using the sun to power miniature cars made of a variety of materials, including soda cans, wire, Styrofoam and even Band-Aids. 

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Reunion 2015

Reunion 2015

May 8 and 9 brought more than 500 graduates and guests to campus. From the Morrison Athletic Center to the Castle to classrooms and fields, graduates reconnected with each other and with faculty members who helped shape their lives. 

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Read the newest Parents' Association newsletter.

Read the newest Parents' Association newsletter.

With the last day of school fast-approaching, there is a lot going on at Nobles. Catch up on the latest and learn about upcoming events and important dates to remember.

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Journeys Around the World

Journeys Around the World

Class VI students debuted their ’Round the World (RTW) projects on April 29 in the Morrison Forum to their parents, fellow students and faculty members. Students set up stations in which they featured the details of this months-long project for which they chose a country to visit, planned the details of their trip and documented their experiences.

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Ready to brush up on #Nobles history? Jim Bride videos take you through the Gleason years. http://t.co/KNmU9s0yc8 http://t.co/e1NsuriPzF

Final Stretch
Only 10 days left for the seniors to call this castle their own. #th15isit #noblemanonline Image by Lucy Lyons.

The Value of Travel

Students at Nobles learn by doing. It’s the driving force for the EXCEL (experiential learning) program that has long been at the core of the school’s educational philosophy. This spring, during March break, 112 students and 18 faculty traveled domestically and abroad for service, language and cultural immersion, and adventure. Destinations included Guatemala, Cambodia/Vietnam, New Orleans, China and South Africa.

Remember When

Backpacks-005For Class I students, this is a full week of looking forward, as well as looking back. From Project Night, to performances and awards, and precious last days spent with friends on campus, feelings of camaraderie mix with closure. Here, they gather around Class V photos of themselves, remarking on how far they’ve come.

This I Believe with #Nobles faculty Lisa Jacobson. http://t.co/va2RhRVkix

Class I Ending the Year with Class I Projects

On Tuesday, May 27, Class I students demonstrated to faculty, staff, parents and students the culmination of their final year at Nobles. 

Foster Gallery
Poets and audience members getting ready for a reading in the gallery. Ms. Brennan's senior poetry class used the gallery to present a suite of works from their final project...

The Way We Were
Seniors get nostalgic for #TheWayWeWere. Thank you class I parents for this day of fun! #noblemanonline Image by Lucy Lyons.

Peter Raymond Takes a Final Bow Onstage Today. Poignant Send-Off By Julia Russell Followed By An Endless Standing-O. http://t.co/ZVz1Rryr02

Another shoutout to Marc Sheehan '03 in today's Globe! "History made by hand at @TheLoyalNine" http://t.co/rNLZFu3i8O via @BostonGlobe

Bounce

bounceClass I students got back to the way they were with a carnival lunch on McLeod field today, complete with miniature golf and a bouncy castle.

Summer viewing opportunities

Summer is almost here and local museums and galleries will use these this time as an opportunity to show new and exciting work from young artists or take chances on curated group shows. In the next couple of days, we will let you know about some of the shows that summer will bring. One of the exhibits we are looking forward to experiencing, once the dust settles here at Nobles, will take place at the DeCordova Museum: Architectural Allusions, in their lovely sculpture park. One of our favorites – Sol Lewitt (along with some young sculptors) will be featured. Sometime this summer, pack a picnic and head to Lincoln to see the grounds of this lovely treasure of a museum and see what promises to be an intriguing show!

Lorenz Photography

http://www.decordova.org/art/exhibition/architectural-allusions

A Neurosurgeon Reflects On The 'Awe And Mystery' Of The Brain http://t.co/r3RyBiWJJ6
Retweeted by Noble and Greenough @Noble_Greenough

The Way We Were, The Way We Are, & The Way It Is: Major Kudos To The Class I Parents For A Wonderful Day. #minigolf http://t.co/7s7dJw4HPn

Congrats to Katie Benzan for earning MVP at the Queen of NY tourney this weekend #BigDawgsGottaEat

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