Jan 18, 2017
The winter wind, strings and orchestra concert filled the Wheeler Music Center in Lawrence Auditorium on January 12 with more than 70 student musicians. The instrumental concert featured the middle and upper school wind and string ensembles and the Nobles Orchestra. The upper school wind ensemble performed in memory of their friend Jane Song '19.
Highlights included a medley from the middle school wind ensemble, Antonio Berdugo's conducting debut, solos by Kevin Chen '20 on oboe and Dane Jacobson '17 on violin, and of course the upper school wind ensemble's "Sleigh Ride."
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ATHLETICS Jan 13, 2017
On Tuesday, January 10, Nobles travelled 650 strong to see the girls varsity hockey team face off against BB&N at Frozen Fenway.
Proceeds from the event benefitted Denna Laing ’10, a former Nobles, Princeton University and Boston Pride hockey player who suffered a spinal cord injury at last year’s Women’s Winter Classic.read more
Jan 9, 2017
On January 5, Nobles' choral groups took the Lawrence stage for their long anticipated winter concert. From the chamber music singers' Gregorian chant to the Greensleeves' Spice Girls/Black Eyed Peas mashup, to the middle school's Bobby Darin cover, there was a song for everyone.
ATHLETICS Jan 9, 2017
Members of Nobles girls varsity basketball team call the annual Nobles vs. Cotting School game the highlight of their season.
The January 6 matchup between Nobles and the Cotting School, a private special-education day school in Lexington, Massachusetts, marked the 10th anniversary of the relationship.read more
Jan 4, 2017
Happy New Year! Faculty weigh in on what matters most in secondary education, the value of learning from our mistakes and the need we all have for a web of support. Learn about education trends and buzzwords from 2016 and the reality of secondary school admission.read more
UPPER SCHOOL Dec 16, 2016
Science Week 2016 included the mysterious Great Machine, a thoughtful poster session and a lively robotics competition.
Click "read more" to see the the work of our Advanced Projects in Physics students, our Biochemistry Research students and our Robotics students.
Dec 6, 2016
In this issue, Director of Counseling Jen Hamilton describes how Nobles is responding to the loss of a beloved member of our community. Director of College Counseling Kate Ramsdell shares how we can help support our children's goals, and Provost Bill Bussey discusses the school's approach to the presidential election.read more
Nov 18, 2016
November 16, 2016 was a historic night for Nobles; it marked the First Annual Family Dinner, the largest gathering of people of color in the school’s 150 years. From the graduates, families and students, to faculty and staff who came together, everyone had one reason for coming: to connect.read more
Nov 11, 2016
Saturday November 12 is the annual Nobles versus Milton day. Nobles is hosting home field hockey, football, soccer and volleyball games while the cross country teams will be at the New England Championship meets. All varsity teams will be wearing new throwback uniforms to mark Nobles' 150th anniversary.
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Nov 7, 2016
On November 5, 2016, over 1,100 graduates, parents and friends of Nobles gathered in the Bliss Omni Flood Rink for Nobles Night to celebrate the sesquicentennial history of the school and the 17 year headship of Robert P. Henderson Jr. 76. President of the Board of Trustees Beth Reilly '87 gave the keynote address and introduced a video tribute to Henderson.
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Nov 3, 2016
Next week, our country chooses the next president. In times of transition, Head of School Bob Henderson provides reassurance about what remains constant and true. In this issue, educators explore the responsibilities of citizenship and how we care for each other; meaningful service; coeducation; and academic skills.read more
Oct 27, 2016
From November 4 through December 18, former long-time artist-in-residence Robert Freeman will display his exhibition New Works at Adelson Galleries in Boston’s South End.
The artist reception will be held on November 4, from six to eight o’clock p.m. in the same gallery.read more
ATHLETICS Oct 26, 2016
On November 19 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., Nobles will host the Student Athletes 4 Change Challenge to raise funds for at-risk student athletes in grades 3–8.
Nobles basketball players, in co-ed teams of five, will compete against Park School, Rivers and Thayer in an online math challenge.read more
Oct 21, 2016
“Do what you really want to do,” author David McCullough told students on October 19 at long assembly. “A good life is a life with a mission.” Nobles welcomed McCullough, who wrote this year’s community book, The Wright Brothers, and is the recipient of two Pulitzer Prizes, two National Book Awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. “What you do is more important than the money [you make]. What’s important is that you have purpose,” he said.read more
STUDENT LIFE Oct 18, 2016
This year's Multicultural Fair featured culture and cuisine from nations around the globe, including Bulgaria, Israel, Ethiopia, India, Peru and China, among many others.
The celebration included an assortment of music, dance, food and fashion alongside an emphasis on geography, language and history.
STUDENT LIFE Oct 7, 2016
This fall, Nobles breaks ground on two building projects on campus—a major renovation of the Baker Science Building and the construction of an Academic Inquiry Center to include a new Putnam Library.
Head of School Bob Henderson explains that the project will reflect the changing function of libraries and science centers. It will also create a more unified, functional and beautiful campus.read more
UPPER SCHOOL Oct 7, 2016
The National Partnership for Educational Access (NPEA) recently recognized the work of Achieve, a Nobles-based program that provides academic and social enrichment through summer and academic year programming to motivated students in grades 6-12 from Boston Public Schools (BPS).
“Achieve scholars are motivated, resilient, and thoughtful,” Executive Director Director Nora Dowley-Liebowitz told NPEA. Currently, 98 percent are students of color, 89 percent will be first-generation college students, and 70 percent speak a second language at home, she says.read more
STUDENT LIFE Oct 3, 2016
On September 30, Nobles welcomed over 400 grandparents to the classrooms and auditoriums where their favorite students spend their days.
Grandparents enjoyed an assembly, classroom visits and lunch in the Castle's dining hall.
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Oct 3, 2016
Find out from Nobles faculty what makes this community so close, and the value of lessons gained outside the classroom. Get college counseling's take on what those college rankings mean (and don't). Hear what one educator learned on sabbatical while in the Amazon.read more