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Summer Success

Summer Success

Achieve's six-week summer program has successfully concluded. The tuition-free, educational program serving 65 middle school-age students from under-resourced areas near Boston, celebrated its seventh year. Congratulations to students, faculty and staff! Click "more" to watch a video about Achieve and hear what Diana La Paz, rising ninth grader, has to say about the program.  

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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. 

 

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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. 

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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.

 

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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.

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Nobles Day Camp
Campers on their way back from an afternoon swim

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

How I Conquered the Finance World 41 Days After Graduating From Nobles.
Students who are starting at Nobles next week are entering into a lifelong relationship with the school. The experience of Nobles – including lessons learned and relationships forged – lasts long after graduation. A vibrant graduate community awaits. Jack Radley … Continue reading

Noble Grads
Eagerly anticipating the first assembly of the year, this #tbt goes out to good ol' Lawrence Auditorium. Soon those seats will be filled with the class of 2015 #firstdayofschool #assembly #announcements #exciting #newpencils


Summer Vegetables
Straight from the organic garden to the table! #summer #fresh

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.

My Parents Paid for My Education — Does That Mean I Need to Take a Soul-Crushing Job?, via @nytimes http://t.co/qjKjWYylcJ

Nobles grad Geoff Silver at Fenway last night. On his way to teach and coach football at Loomis. @loomischaffee http://t.co/rhsu80Ymid

@NoblesGrads @NoblesAcademics easily one of my clearest middle school memories
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I seem to remember Mrs Snyder saying this back in the day, @NoblesAcademics. "Your brain is built for small chunks" http://t.co/EewV11D04y

20 quite interesting facts about today's birthday boy, Claude #Debussy: http://t.co/7mFGCzfoRK
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We've been quiet this summer, but it's about to get very busy around here as we kick off the 2014-2015 season. Get out and audition!!

Perhaps a contribution from @NoblesOnStage for the CoffeeSpoons Theatre Project? #NTC http://t.co/vnHSD1ZqGx
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