Training to Travel
During spring break, many students are participating in Nobles’ Experiential & Community Engaged Learning (EXCEL) program in diverse locations around the world. As Nobles’ Travel Program Director Henry Kinard explains, preparing for these trips is an annual yearlong process. “The trips are all quite different from each other,” Kinard says, “so they all present their own challenges as far as preparation and risk management.”
On Friday, March 3, Paul Ayoub ’74 and his daughter Lizzie Ayoub ’12 returned to Nobles to present their best-selling book Inspire Me!
The book's compilation of quotations strives “to motivate, teach and inspire,” while benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Read the March Parents' Association Newsletter
Head of School Bob Henderson talks about his transition; Director of Academic Support Gia Batty finds parallels between spin class and life; Co-Dean of Diversity Erica Pernell explores personal narratives; Upper School Head Michael Denning reflects on community and Director of Counseling Jen Hamilton reminds us "we're all in this together."
Answer the Call
March 31 brings Rally Day 2017, and we're hoping to bring in 1866 graduate gifts to celebrate our history.
Make sure you #AnswerTheCall; you never know who will be on the other end of the line!
Travel back in time with this year's video and make your gift today.
Graduates of Color Share Their Stories
On February 1, the first day of Black History Month, it was more than fitting that three accomplished Nobles graduates of color would share their stories at morning assembly. Co-Deans of Diversity Edgar De Leon ’04 and Erica Pernell introduced Kevin McCarthy ’74, Kasib Sabir ’03 and Lorna Lowe ’90 to tell stories of identity during their time at Nobles.