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Bliss Bees

Bliss Bees

Sep 18, 2014

Deb Harrison's AP Environmental Science class visited beloved graduate and beekeeper Bill Bliss '48 to learn about the influence of bees on our ecosystems and food systems.

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Into the Wind

Into the Wind

Sep 17, 2014

On Thursday, September 11, the Foster Gallery hosted an opening of interdisciplinary artist Georgie Friedman’s “Into the Wind.” Through the creation of multimedia experiences, Friedman seeks to “reframe natural phenomena in ways that create new physical and psychological spaces for viewers to contemplate personal and cultural relationships to the elements.”

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Community Book Day Celebrated

Community Book Day Celebrated

ACADEMIC Sep 17, 2014

Young adult novelist, David Levithan, author of "Every Day," joined us to talk about his writing process, and to answer questions about the characters and messages in the story. The book was chosen by students and faculty as a school-wide read for this year's Community Book Day.

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Faculty Back-to-School Favorites and Rituals

Faculty Back-to-School Favorites and Rituals

Sep 5, 2014

The first week back on campus, we caught up with faculty members and asked them two questions.
(1) What's your favorite thing about the first week of the new school year? (2) Do you have any back-to-school rituals? Check out what they had to say.

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First Assembly

First Assembly

ACADEMIC Sep 3, 2014

Lawrence Auditorium was filled with butterflies as Nobles gathered for the first assembly of 2014-2015. Dean of Students Marcela Maldonado shared her own first-day jitters and the comfort of being in good company as everyone heads into the new year, together. Head of School Bob Henderson emphasized the tenets of honesty and respect. 

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Welcome Back

Welcome Back

STUDENT LIFE Sep 3, 2014

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Ready For Fall

Ready For Fall

UPPER SCHOOL Aug 29, 2014

As students collected school supplies, gathered books and planned the first day of school, Nobles buildings and grounds staff members were readying campus for students' arrival. What does it take to prepare the campus? Have a look at how the summer ends on a not-so-quiet note.

 

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Who's New?

Who's New?

ACADEMIC Aug 29, 2014

On Sept. 2, 2014, students weren't the only ones experiencing some back-to-school excitement and jitters. When you encounter new faculty and staff, introduce yourself. In the meantime, learn a little about all of the great adults joining the Nobles community this fall.

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Female Athlete of the Year

Female Athlete of the Year

ATHLETICS Aug 27, 2014

The Boston Globe recently named Lauren Dillon ’14 the 2014 New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Female Athlete of the Year. 

The award, which began in 2000, is given to a standout three-sport athlete who has demonstrated success in both the classroom and on the field or the court. 

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Cora Hidalgo Holland Award Winner

Cora Hidalgo Holland Award Winner

UPPER SCHOOL Aug 26, 2014

During the faculty and staff opening meeting, Head of School Bob Henderson ’76 presented Thanae Cooper, assistant to the dean of enrollment, with the 2014 Cora Hidalgo Holland award. The award commemorates Nobles parent Cora Hidalgo Holland who embodied a kindness and warmth to the entire Nobles community.

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<i>Nobles</i> Magazine Arriving Soon

Nobles Magazine Arriving Soon

ALUMNI Aug 25, 2014

The fall 2014 issue of Nobles magazine will arrive in mailboxes soon. We're excited to announce that this issue will have four different covers featuring students from the Class of 2014. 

This issue also includes goodbyes to retiring faculty members Tim Carey and Sarah Snyder—and watch for feature stories about graduates who are focused on growing and sourcing local produce. They share an entrepreneurial spirit and an interest in wellness and community.

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Summer Success

Summer Success

ACADEMIC Aug 7, 2014

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

STUDENT LIFE Jul 17, 2014

Before setting out onto 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.

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Community Organizer Speaks to Achieve Students

Community Organizer Speaks to Achieve Students

ACADEMIC Jul 14, 2014

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

ACADEMIC Jun 6, 2014

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.

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In the Classroom: Archival Research Project

In the Classroom: Archival Research Project

ACADEMIC Jun 2, 2014

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.

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Congratulations, Class of 2014

Congratulations, Class of 2014

UPPER SCHOOL May 30, 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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Awards Night 2014

Awards Night 2014

UPPER SCHOOL May 30, 2014

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Class I Projects: Eclectic and Cool

Class I Projects: Eclectic and Cool

ACADEMIC May 29, 2014

From constructing a boat out of 670 water bottles, to delving into the history of Nobles athletics or styles of hip-hop dance, students showcased their inventiveness and multiple talents during Class I Projects Night on May 27. The common thread throughout the projects was connection: to each other, to their communities, to history—and to their own creativity and intellectual curiosity.

 

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Freeman Legacy Dinner: Life Lessons

Freeman Legacy Dinner: Life Lessons

May 21, 2014

Reggie Farina ’00 returned to Nobles to celebrate the achievements of 34 Class I students of color at the 17th annual Freeman Legacy Dinner, May 20.

The dinner was named after former artist-in-residence Bob Freeman for his commitment to diversity work at Nobles. 

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