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Concert Season

Concert Season

Nobles' own Jazz/Blues/Guitar/Percussion Ensembles opened the concert season on December 4. Enjoy these images of the evening's performances, as well as a behind-the-scenes peek.

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Parents' Association December Newsletter

Parents' Association December Newsletter

In this issue, Assistant Head of School and Head of Middle School John Gifford writes about homework and how parents can help. 

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Enter the Entrepreneurs

Enter the Entrepreneurs

On November 18, Nobles welcomed its first lineup of entrepreneurial speakers in its new Innovation Series, a collaboration between Harvard i-Lab Director Jodi Goldstein, Nobles business manager Steve Ginsberg, and faculty member Scott Wilson.

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Manomet Migration

Manomet Migration

Every fall, as a winter chill enters the air and the leaves turn russet, Deb Harrison’s AP Environmental Science students, like the birds they study, flock south. Their destination is the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences in Plymouth, Mass. 

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Game of Nobles vs Milton

Game of Nobles vs Milton

Nobles vs Milton Day was Friday, November 7. Each year, the schools alternate creating a pump-up video for this rivalry. This year it was our turn, so we kicked it up a notch with some 3D animation. Click "more" to watch our video inspired by the Game of Thrones intro.

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Hike with the Nobles Outing Club!
Weather-permitting, the Nobles Outing Club will head up the Falling Waters Trail and traverse the Franconia Ridge on Monday, December 22. Sign up now and treat yourself to frozen cascades and waterfalls, and some of the most beautiful views in … Continue reading

Westminster leads St. Marks 2-0 after 2. #HarringtonTourney @WestminsterCT

Holiday Lessons

Things Can Always Be WorseClass VI students performed the Jewish folktale “It Could Always Be Worse” at the annual holiday assembly. In the story, the father, played by Jeff Serowik, teaches a lesson to his children, Celia Dorsey and Kevin Chen, by recounting the tale of a man who seeks a rabbi’s wisdom to help put things in perspective and appreciate what he has.

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The Class of 2020, in the longstanding tradition of countless Sixies before them, takes a bow after putting on a holiday assembly for the rest of the school. Performances included Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" and the Jewish folktale, "It Could Always Be Worse."


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Good morning, Nobles. Ready for the last academic day of the semester. #Noblemanonline Image by Lucy Lyons.

Westminster leads St. Mark's 1-0 after 1st. #HarringtonTourney @WestminsterCT

Nobles & Tabor knotted up at 25 at the half #NickersonTourney #classicbattle

LA GV Hockey scored with 44 left in the 3rd to bring it to 1-1 and send it in to overtime. #FloodMarr @LAwrenceacademy @MA_Athletics

@Noble_Greenough remembering Devin Nwanagu. What an amazing young woman!
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