Still We Rise: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Still We Rise: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

On the day after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Students United for Racial Justice and Equity (SURJE) led assembly with stories of resistance and offered some solutions. Click "more" for the full story and a photo gallery of the moving assembly. 

Read the January Parents' Association Newsletter

Read the January Parents' Association Newsletter

Read thoughts from our faculty on how a new year allows us to look back on and learn from the past, but also to look forward with renewed energy, to opportunities for growth, leadership and change.

Sights of Sounds

Sights of Sounds

On November 30 and December 7, the Nobles music department presented its two fall concerts. The choral concert featured eight singing groups, and the jazz, blues, guitar and percussion concert featured five instrumental ensembles. Check out a photo gallery from the performances by clicking "More".

Read the December Parents' Association Newsletter

Read the December Parents' Association Newsletter

This month’s issue gathers lessons learned from Shakespeare, Christmas, Kliptown, Lawrence Auditorium and an eighth grade English course to reflect on the importance of sleep, difference, perspective, failure and challenging childhood moments, respectively. Full of event notices, life experiences, and seasoned advice, this issue prepares us for a busy December.

Going Global

Going Global

Global Online Academy (GOA), a program that connects independent schools around the world through online classrooms, recently honored two Nobles teachers with the designation of “learning design coaches.” Modern language faculty member Ayako Anderson and history and social science faculty member Jenny Carlson-Pietraszek earned the titles for their “commitment to excellent teaching and learning in the classroom, the school and the professional learning community.”


Just a Few Flurries

Snow Girl ShattuckStudents powered through the relatively mild snowstorm today.

Clap It Up

Charles Danhof CoachingCharles Danhof coached the wrestling team to a handful of big wins over the weekend against Milton, Brooks, Portsmouth Abbey and Northfield Mount Hermon.

Studying in the Stacks

Library Studying StacksStudents are enjoying the final days in the current Putnam Library. The new academic center and Putnam Library will open in just over a week.

Squash Instruction

Middle School SquashPascal Maharjan runs a drill during middle school squash practice.

All School Photo

All school photo testHere’s a teaser of the annual all school photo that we shot in Rappaport Gym this morning.

Cheers for 2018

Girls 4th basketballThe girls 4th basketball team huddles up for a cheer at the start of their practice.

Happy Holidays

ShattuckWe wish you a safe and happy holiday break. We’ll see you back on campus refreshed and ready to start the second semester on January 3.

Vacation Frame of Mind

Window snowFall semester assessments are melting away, and the last day before the holiday break is in sight.

Big Dawgs Gotta De-stress

Therapy DogStudents take some time to relax with Mary the therapy dog while studying for assessments.


DreidelJewish Culture Club taught students how to play some new dreidel games in Gleason Hall today during their bake sale. Hanukkah starts on Tuesday December 12.

Bot Battle

RoboticsDom Manzo’s robotics class battled it out in Morrison Forum this afternoon to see which team could collect the most ping pong balls with their custom-built bots.

Print City

Photo wallStudents hang their printed photographs on the magnetic wall outside of the photo lab for reviews and critiques.

Science Spectators

Physics watch partyA huge crowd gathered in the new physics classroom yesterday to watch the advanced projects chain reaction demonstration.

So You Think You Can’t Dance

Christmas DanceThe girls in So You Think You Can’t Dance, Nobles’ intro to dance class, performed their dance routine in assembly this morning wearing holiday themed sweaters.

Stand Back for Some Science

CP and LiLost in a web of pulleys, magnets, levers and switches, Christine Pasterczyk and Allison Li ’18 go over some final prep for the Advanced Projects in Physics class’s great machine chain reaction next week.

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