How Will You Spend Your Summer?
The Noble and Greenough campus is a very busy place during the summer. With the Nobles Day Camp (serving campers from 3.5 years old to entering 9th grade); Achieve (an academic program serving low-income middle school age students) and Upward Bound (an academic program serving low-income or first generation college bound high school students), the Nobles campus accommodates over 1,200 people a day!
This summer, we are also offering specialty programs. These programs are for older campers and offer a concentration in a specific area. These programs include:
• Nobles Basketball Camp for Girls (entering 6th–10th grade)
June 30, July 1, July 2
Alex Gallagher, head coach of the Nobles girls varsity basketball
• Nobles Spotlight Theatre (co-ed; entering 6th–9th grade)
July 7–11 and/or July 14–18
Bill Deschenes, Drama teacher at Milton Public Schools
Jon Bonner, director of technical theatre/design at Nobles
• Nobles Summer Service (co-ed; entering 7th–10th grade)
Sandi Macquinn, coordinator of community service at Nobles
Linda Hurley, coordinator of service activities at Nobles
• Nobles Soccer Camp (co-ed: entering 7th–12th grade)
Mass Premier soccer coaches
Feel free to contact any of the program directors if you have any questions. Contact info is on their website page.
Visit our website if you are interested in learning more about our traditional summer programs for campers ages 3.5 years old–entering 9th grade. You can also contact the Nobles Day Camp office at 781-320-1320 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
We hope to see you this summer!
Director of Nobles Day Camp and Summer Programs