Fond Memories

Fond Memories

Before setting out to their next adventure, 14 Class I students reminisce about some of their favorite experiences at Nobles. Co-Presidents Katherine Kirk and Ben Perelmuter express their love for the community. Click "more" to watch the video. 


Community Organizer Speaks to Achieve Students

Community Organizer Speaks to Achieve Students

Samuel Gebru, CEO of the Ethiopian Global Initiative, visited Achieve students at Nobles to share his story on how community involvement drives change. Gebru encouraged Achieve students to be active in their own communities. 

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Summer is here, which means more time to read our favorite books. This year’s community book is Every Day by David Levithan—a required read for students and faculty. Click here for the complete 2014 summer reading list and requirements.

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go." — Dr. Seuss.


Congratulations, Class of 2014

Congratulations, Class of 2014

Noble and Greenough School graduated 120 members of the Class of 2014 on May 30. Closing an academic year marked by the much-maligned polar vortex and a chilly spring, the faculty members,  graduates and their guests savored sunshine and a light breeze.

AP Student Art Show

AP Student Art Show

The latest Nobles Minute shows the process of installing the AP Student Art Show in the Foster Gallery. The show features work from 18 students in the AP ceramics, AP photography and AP drawing classes. 

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The Castle
#Flowers in front of the #castle are in full bloom! #summer #beautiful

Nobles Day Camp
#Nobles day campers testing out the #shelter they just built. #camp #outdoors #tent

Upward Bound
Upward Bound students read the #personalnarratives they wrote. #UB #summer #writing #Nobles

Boyhood: The best movie of the summer now at the Dedham Community Theatre. GO! #dedhamcenter #paulmcmurtry http://t.co/JEfikhe8G8

Noble Grads
Grads! Do YOU have a success story about using the Nobles Grads app? Have you connected with another grad for a chat about an industry, or used it to email a friend from your class that you lost touch with? We would LOVE to hear about it! Send me at email at klawler09@nobles.edu and tell me about it!!!

In the meanwhile, here's the link to download the app for both iOS and Android. It's quick, easy, and free. What are you waiting for?!



A String of Images, by Julia Fitzgerald ’14
With only a month separating me from graduation, I still spend many moments wondering about all that this place and this community meant to me. I wonder how it changed me and how it will continue to change me. I … Continue reading

In the Classroom: Archival Research Project

Assignment: Trace the life of a Nobles graduate from the Class of 1914 or 1915. Students in Topics in the History of Boston tackled the challenges of unearthing information from 100 years ago when the school was located on Beacon Street in Boston.

Say It Ain't - We Mean "Isn't" - So
#Retiring from #Nobles? Say it isn't so, Sarah Snyder. You will be missed.

In baseball history, "only Jackie Robinson took more abuse." Hank Greenberg’s Triumph Over Hate Speech, via @nytimes http://t.co/xNuCitwPoj

Effort Over Native Ability: Don’t Teach Math, Coach It, via @nytimes http://t.co/6USfTcJ9aV

@jesslahey Just a terrific essay by Jessica Lahey: A Sixth Grader Plagiarizes a Ph.D.'s Research - http://t.co/cG2zjO4V8C

Spare the Rod, School the Child: The Importance of Interdisciplinary Research http://t.co/31RZxVDlE2 via @newyorker

Watch out Gmail! Can you name these grads dressed up as the one and only NoblesNet for Halloween 08? #tbt #whosonline http://t.co/ia0ElIlvBF

Introduction to Google Classroom http://t.co/I3LSU0x9DK

After draft disappointment, @NoblesAthletics' Billy Sweezey relishes #Bruins Development Camp (via @bmcloughlin22) http://t.co/H2igFN5OY0
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