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2013 Graduation Gallery


Nobles Halloween 2017

Nobles Halloween 2017

From prehistoric predators to beloved literary characters and cinematic heroes, Nobles was teeming today with creative energy.


Installation of Dr. Hall

Installation of Dr. Hall

On October 2, 2017, the Nobles community celebrated the installation of Dr. Catherine J. Hall as our seventh head of school.


2017 Saturday Night Lights

2017 Saturday Night Lights

Photos from Saturday Night Lights, September 23, 2017. Photography by Paul Rutherford, Tim Carey, Kim Neal and Ben Heider.





2017 Awards Night

2017 Awards Night

UPPER SCHOOL


2017 Graduation

2017 Graduation

UPPER SCHOOL


2017 Cum Laude

2017 Cum Laude

UPPER SCHOOL


2017 Class I Projects

2017 Class I Projects

UPPER SCHOOL



Japanese Lessons

Japanese Lessons

STUDENT LIFE


Grads of Color Assembly February 2017

Grads of Color Assembly February 2017

On February 1, the first day of Black History Month, it was more than fitting that three accomplished Nobles graduates of color shared their stories with the morning assembly crowd. Co-Deans of Diversity Edgar De Leon ’04 and Erica Pernell introduced Kevin McCarthy ’74, Kasib Sabir ’03 and Lorna Lowe ’90, explaining that they had invited each of them “to tell a story about an experience that helped them develop a sense of identity during their time at Nobles.”



Frozen Fenway

Frozen Fenway

ATHLETICS



2017 Winter Choral Concert

2017 Winter Choral Concert

ARTS

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.

(Photos: Michael Dwyer)


Science Week 2016

Science Week 2016

UPPER SCHOOL


First Annual Family Dinner

First Annual Family Dinner

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. 



Building Project

Building Project

STUDENT LIFE


Grandparents Day

Grandparents Day

STUDENT LIFE




Who Am I - Xavier Welch

Who Am I - Xavier Welch

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Who Am I - Anya Cheng

Who Am I - Anya Cheng

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Who Am I - Alex Halaby

Who Am I - Alex Halaby

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Who Am I - Ryan Flynn

Who Am I - Ryan Flynn

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Book Beliebers

Book Beliebers

Summer is for readers.


2016 Graduation

2016 Graduation

UPPER SCHOOL


Class I Project Night

Class I Project Night

UPPER SCHOOL


Awards Night 2016

Awards Night 2016

UPPER SCHOOL


Cum Laude Dinner 2016

Cum Laude Dinner 2016

UPPER SCHOOL

On May 23, 2016, the Cum Laude Society invited inductees to to celebrate in the Castle. Faculty member Dr. Jen Craft addressed the group of 25 Class I inductees and their families.


'Round the World

'Round the World

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Tibet Cultural Visit

Tibet Cultural Visit

During the week of April 11-15, Nobles students welcomed Tibetan educators Tsering Dolma and Sonam Choephel Bhutia to campus to share their cultural experiences. Their visit was made possible by the Fund for Asian Studies established by Stephen Maire '73.


2016 Spring Break EXCEL Trips

2016 Spring Break EXCEL Trips

Pictures from the 2016 Spring Break EXCEL trips.


Fringe Fest 2016

Fringe Fest 2016

STUDENT LIFE

In long assembly on Wednesday, March 9th, Nobles celebrated Fringe Fest 2016 with some unique talents and some friendly, although messy, competition. Stand up comedy, musical performances and a game of egg roulette filled Lawrence Auditorium with laughter, applause and a little bit of egg yolk. 


Paul Lieberman and Friends

Paul Lieberman and Friends

STUDENT LIFE

Paul Lieberman and Friends performed in long assembly Wednesday morning February 3, 2016.


Roman Baca and Exit12

Roman Baca and Exit12

ARTS

Roman Baca and Exit12 visited campus to speak at assembly, teach Introduction to Dance and lead discussion in English Via Latin class. 



Science Week 2015

Science Week 2015

Check out this photo gallery from our celebration of Science Week 2015. 



OCD Love Story

OCD Love Story

Check out this gallery from the The Nobles Theatre Collective's performance of OCD Love Story 

Taken by Leah LaRiccia


2015 Friday Night Lights

2015 Friday Night Lights

ATHLETICS

Friday Night Lights photo gallery.


Grandparents Day 2015

Grandparents Day 2015

STUDENT LIFE

More than 400 grandparents joined their grandchildren to enjoy "a day in the life" at Nobles, on September 25, 2015.


2015 Graduation

2015 Graduation

The Nobles Class of 2015 celebrated their graduation day with sunshine, music, and more than a few tears. This exceptionally close group was not shy about expressing their feelings of gratitude and affection for each other, nor for the adults who have supported them. The mood was poignant but optimistic, as student speakers encouraged classmates to be themselves, and to bring Nobles with them out into the world beyond. 

(Photos: Michael Dwyer)


2015 Awards Night

2015 Awards Night

UPPER SCHOOL


2015 Cum Laude

2015 Cum Laude

UPPER SCHOOL


2015 Class I Projects

2015 Class I Projects

UPPER SCHOOL


2015 Art Street and Holi

2015 Art Street and Holi

STUDENT LIFE

Every year, students look forward to Art Street, a time to try their hand at all things artistic, while benefiting numerous non-profit organizations. This year's fundraising efforts also included aid for the victims of the earthquakes in Nepal, as part of a larger effort that has raised more than $1,300 to date. The afternoon culminated in a colorful, joyous Holi celebration, a festival rooted in ancient Hindu religion that welcomes spring. The event was sponsored by the Asian Culture Club (ACC).


2015 Freeman Legacy Dinner

2015 Freeman Legacy Dinner

May 20th marked the 18th  Annual Freeman Legacy Dinner, honoring beloved longtime arts faculty member Bob Freeman and his wife Betty. While at Nobles, they provided support for all students and and also were steadfast supporters of the school's increasing diversity. During a year punctuated by many difficulty instances of racial tension and conflict across the nation, Dean of Diversity Initiatives Steven Tejada expressed his appreciation for the celebratory and positive tone of the event.


2015 Solar Car Race

2015 Solar Car Race

MIDDLE SCHOOL

On May 13—as one of the final rites of passage in the middle school—Class V students took their science skills to the races or the 16th annual solar car race day. Working in pairs, students developed strategies for using the sun to power miniature cars made of a variety of materials, including soda cans, wire, Styrofoam and even Band-Aids.  


Reunion 2015

Reunion 2015

May 8 and 9 brought more than 500 graduates and guests to campus. From the Morrison Athletic Center to the Castle to classrooms and fields, graduates reconnected with each other and with faculty members who helped shape their lives. Weekend highlights included a Q&A with Head of School Bob Henderson ’76, a graduates assembly that honored Provost Bill Bussey and others and a the annual Hall of Fame induction, which named Eliot T. Putnam—the school’s football- and hockey-loving headmaster—to the hall posthumously. Other events included the graduate soccer game, played in memory of Devin Nwanagu ’05.


2015 'Round the World

2015 'Round the World

MIDDLE SCHOOL





Snowy Campus 2015

Snowy Campus 2015

While the arctic vortex pummels New England with snow this winter, and presents Buildings and Grounds with a herculean challenge, it did make for some picturesque moments at Nobles.



Image Transfer Workshop

Image Transfer Workshop

ARTS

As part of the Nobles arts faculty's collective exhibit, Pratt 108, at the Foster Gallery, artist and faculty member David Roane held a workshop for students and colleagues to teach the wood transfer process.


2015 Assembly Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

2015 Assembly Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

STUDENT LIFE

On Tuesday, January 20, the Multicultural Student Association (MSA) at Nobles presented a richly layered program honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The special assembly was made up of student tributes, historical information, including photos and video footage, news clips, live musical performances by the string ensemble and Imani, and a modern dance interpretation of the ongoing struggle to overcome the barriers to freedom and dignity Dr. King fought so hard to break down.


2015 Cotting School Game

2015 Cotting School Game

STUDENT LIFE

The annual Nobles vs. Cotting School basketball game, originated by Will Randle '09 to unite the communities when his sister attended Cotting, has become a beloved tradition for both schools. The Cotting School opened in 1893 as the country's first free day school for children with physical disabilities, and now serves about 120 students from ages 3-22. Their mission is to help each student achieve his or her highest learning potential and level of independence.


Holiday Assembly 2014

Holiday Assembly 2014

ARTS

Every year, the Nobles community looks forward to the Sixies' performance of holiday plays and music before departing for winter break. This year, we enjoyed their renditions of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" and Jewish folktale, "It Could Always Be Worse."



2014 Innovation Series Part I

2014 Innovation Series Part I

On November 18, Nobles welcomed its first lineup of entrepreneurial speakers as part of its new Innovation Series, a collaboration between Harvard i-Lab Director Jodi Goldstein, Nobles business manager Steve Ginsberg, and faculty member Scott Wilson.

 

2014 Manomet

2014 Manomet

UPPER SCHOOL

Every fall, as a winter chill enters the air and the leaves take on a russet hue, Deb Harrison’s AP Environmental Science students, like the birds they study, flock south. Their destination is the Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences in Plymouth, Mass.




2014 Multicultural Fair

2014 Multicultural Fair

STUDENT LIFE

The ALANA Parents Association and Diversity Initiatives Office hosted the 19th annual Multicultural Fair on October 10 in the Morrison Athletic Center. Countries represented included Japan, France, India and Haiti, among many others. Highlights included displays of cultural artifacts, activities, dance and musical performances, delicious food samplings, and a student fashion show.


Grandparents Day 2014

Grandparents Day 2014

STUDENT LIFE

On Monday, September 29, 2014, more than 400 Nobles grandparents joined their grandchildren in classrooms, in alcoves, and lunch in the Castle. 


The Biology of Bees

The Biology of Bees

UPPER SCHOOL

Join Deb Harrison's AP Environmental Science class as they visit beekeeper Bill Bliss '48.




Nobles Theatre Collective

Nobles Theatre Collective

A look back at the Nobles Theatre Collective productions from 2007 to present. 


NTC The Process

NTC The Process

The Process



The Life of Francis David Harrower, Class of 1914

The Life of Francis David Harrower, Class of 1914

UPPER SCHOOL

Students in Topics in the History of Boston traced the lives of Nobles graduates from the Class of 1914 and 1915 as part of a semester-long archival research project. Through the materials they gathered, students produced a video biography. Here is one example created by William Samuels ’14 of Francis David Harrower, Class of 1914. 


Graduation 2014

Graduation 2014

STUDENT LIFE



Solar Car 2014

Solar Car 2014

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Class V students competed in the annual 20-meter solar car race on campus, May 14. Students design and construct model solar cars as part of a national engineering competition called the Junior Solar Sprint. The top seven teams in the categories of speed, creativity, craftsmanship and technical merit will compete against other top cars from Boston area middle schools in the Eastern Massachusetts Regional Race held at MIT.


'Round the World

'Round the World

STUDENT LIFE

On April 29, Class VI students presented their ’Round the World (RTW) projects to members of the community. Ecuador, Portugal, China, South Africa, Lebanon and England are a few of the countries they visited. The month-long multidisciplinary project charged students to build a comprehensive global journey up to six countries complete with budget, itineraries, photos, journal entries, cultural artifacts and research about endangered species. 



2014 March Trips

2014 March Trips

STUDENT LIFE

In March 2014, students, faculty and staff embarked on seven experiential and service trips throughout the world. A total of 111 students and 25 faculty and staff members traveled to Guatemala, Honduras, India, New Orleans, Paris, Romania and South Africa. The trip to Romania was in its 15th year, while this year marked the school’s first time to Guatemala.


Holiday Assembly 2013

Holiday Assembly 2013

STUDENT LIFE




Nobles vs. Milton Day 2013

Nobles vs. Milton Day 2013

ATHLETICS

On Saturday, Nov. 9, students, faculty, staff, graduates, friends and families gathered for the annual Nobles vs. Milton Day, a long-time rivalry tradition for both schools. 



Halloween 2013

Halloween 2013

STUDENT LIFE

Nobles embraces the Halloween spirit! 


2013 Friday Night Lights

2013 Friday Night Lights

ATHLETICS

On October 25, the Friday Night Lights tradition continued at Nobles; the Bulldogs faced Roxbury Latin on their home turf. The Nobles community showed their enthusiasm and team spirit while supporting their team.


2013 Multicultural Fair

2013 Multicultural Fair

STUDENT LIFE

The ALANA Parents Association and Diversity Initiatives office hosted the 18th annual Multicultural Fair on Friday, Oct. 4. More than 10 ethnicities were represented including Barbados, China, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, India, Japan and Pakistan.


Michele Dufault 5K Memorial Run/Walk 2013

Michele Dufault 5K Memorial Run/Walk 2013

STUDENT LIFE

On Sunday, Sept. 8, more than 150 runners including cross country teams from Nobles, Brooks, Rivers, Dana Hall and Berwick Academy joined together for the third annual Michele Dufault ’07 5K Memorial Run/Walk. Dufault died in 2011 while working in the machine shop at Yale University. 


Middle School Step Up

Middle School Step Up

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Class V students celebrate their MIddle School years at the annual Step Up ceremony.



Spring Choral Concert

Spring Choral Concert

ARTS

The 2013 Spring Choral Concert was a huge success! Congratulations to everyone involved, and special shout outs to Class I student who performed. 


'Round the World

'Round the World

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Where would you go if you had a 30- to 40-day vacation and $20,000? Class VI students selected countries including Nepal, Egypt, New Zealand, Italy, Iceland, China and Venezuela. Each spring, Class VI students are charged with planning a comprehensive trip around the world. The two-month interdisciplinary project teaches students how to research, budget, write and think creatively, work independently and manage time. On April 30, students shared their travel experiences and trip highlights with the community during the annual ’Round the World (RTW) night. The student booths displayed itineraries, scrapbooks, journal entries, cultural artifacts and ethnic food samples. 




"The WALL"

ARTS

Nobles Theatre Collective, Winter Mainstage Play: "Pink Floyd's THE WALL Reimagined"


Class I: Just Desserts

Class I: Just Desserts

STUDENT LIFE

Thanks to Class I parents and guardians, students enjoyed a sweet surprise on Valentine's Day. Seniors were thrilled with the candy and dessert buffet. Thanks to all involved!


The Yellow Boat

The Yellow Boat

ARTS

The 2013 Middle School play, The Yellow Boat, opened on Wed., Feb 13, in Lawrence Auditorium. Based on the true story of Benjamin Saar, who was born with congenital hemophilia and died in 1987, at the age of 8, of AIDS-related complications, the play brings to life the creativity, imagination and hope of a brave child. 


Jazz/Blues/Guitar/Percussion Concert

Jazz/Blues/Guitar/Percussion Concert

ARTS

The Nobles community was treated to an evening of amazing music performance during the annual winter jazz, blues, guitar and percussion concert. 


Advanced Projects in Physics: Tsunami

Advanced Projects in Physics: Tsunami

UPPER SCHOOL

Students in Chris Pasterczyk's Advanced Projects in Physics class spent the semester working together  to create a Rube Goldberg-inspired project—a machine, or in this case several machines, that accomplish a pre-determined task through a series of complex chain reactions. Nobles students, faculty, staff and parents were on hand Thurs., Dec. 6 to see the project's unveiling. This year's task was to create a tsunami. Each machine unleashed a deluge of water onto a small (homemade) island.


The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

ARTS

Congratulations to the cast and crew of the fall mainstage play, The Importance of Being Earnest.
 


Class I Surprise Lunch

Class I Surprise Lunch

STUDENT LIFE

Check out photos from the annual Class I Surprise Lunch on Halloween. Thank you to all parents who volunteered or donated treats!


2012 Multicultural Fair

2012 Multicultural Fair

STUDENT LIFE

On Friday, Oct. 5, the Nobles community "traveled" the world at the annual Multicultural Fair. More than a dozen countries were represented through artifacts, activities, costumes, music, dance and food. The program also included Henna painting, Chinese calligraphy, and performances by Spanish Flamenco dancers, and South American musicians, Son Del Sol. The afternoon ended with Nobles students modeling costumes from around the world in the annual fashion show.


Class I Surprise Breakfast

Class I Surprise Breakfast

STUDENT LIFE

A huge thank you to all Class I parents who helped make the first surprise breakfast so special. The students were so appreciative and really enjoyed the morning treats


Web Tutorial: How to Access

Web Tutorial: How to Access "My Sports"

ATHLETICS

The school's website has a lot to offer and should be your one-stop-shop for all things Nobles. Throughout the year, this monthly E-Newsletter will highlight new or different features from www.nobles.edu.

This quick video tutorial on how to access your child's athletic schedule is helpful, whether you're new to Nobles or just need a refresher.



Senior Arts Night

Senior Arts Night

STUDENT LIFE

Class I students and their families gathered on May 30 for Senior Arts Night.


2012 Senior Projects Night

2012 Senior Projects Night

STUDENT LIFE

On Tuesday, May 29, members of Class I presented independent projects to family, faculty and friends during Senior Projects Night. Advised by 38 faculty members, 62 students pursued an interest beyond the school’s formal curriculum. Projects ranged from studying insects for fly fishing, teaching French to elementary students, studying the chemistry of cooking, producing a play and learning a dance or an instrument.


Spring Imani Concert

Spring Imani Concert

ARTS

Under the direction of Alexi Paraschos, the gospel group Imani performed its first full-length concert on April 13 in Lawrence Auditorium. The 25-member choir with four-member student band presented a set list that included “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Round” and “Carry Me Home.” Readings included “Equality” by Maya Angelou.


2012 Fringe Festival

2012 Fringe Festival

STUDENT LIFE

On Wed., March 7, a group of talented students and faculty took to the Assembly stage for the annual Fringe Festival. An eclectic array of acts included musical performances, dance, acting, story telling and video. Humor was in the air as performing arts faculty members collaborated with students in a hilarious rendition of Copacabana by Barry Manilow. Jeff Wong ’12 shed light on his shrimp allergy by telling a comical story about the EpiPen. Hamzat Raheem ’13 shared his graphic designs in a video. Milan Chuttani accompanied by Andrew Fai, both ’14 on the violin, played a beautiful piano piece written by Chuttani. Dana Grey and Ashley Allinson, both ’15, presented an amusing act of “The Best Daddy” by Shel Silverstein. See a photo gallery of some of the performances below.



A Girl and Her Room

A Girl and Her Room

ARTS

The Foster Gallery's current exhibit, "A Girl and Her Room," features selections from an ongoing body of work by photographer and Nobles parent Rania Matar in which she collaborated with girls from both the United States and the Middle East to make photographs that depict the girls in their bedrooms. For more information, go to www.fostergallery.org.


Hands On Learning

Hands On Learning

UPPER SCHOOL

The Nobles science program is an area of the curriculum designed for experiential learning. Students form thoughtful questions and hypotheses through an array of learning techniques in the classroom, lab and field. This year, various grade levels engaged in three different science projects, allowing students to find answers for themselves.


Honoring MLK

Honoring MLK

STUDENT LIFE

On Mon., Jan. 16, 2011, thousands of people nationwide honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through community service. The Nobles community hosted an MLK Day of Service as more than 250 faculty members, students, and their family and friends volunteered at local organizations in the Greater Boston area.


Game of the Season: Nobles vs. Cotting

Game of the Season: Nobles vs. Cotting

ATHLETICS

It's hard to predict the season's highlight before most of the games have been played, but the girls' varsity basketball team knows that nothing can top the annual Nobles vs. Cotting School friendly game, played on Fri., Jan. 6. This year marks the fifth match-up between Noble and Greenough and Cotting, a private special education day school in Lexington, Mass.


Frozen Fenway

Frozen Fenway

ATHLETICS

The only thing better than the sound of "Sweet Caroline" at Fenway Park was the sound of Noble and Greenough School fans cheering on the boys' varsity hockey team as they took on—and beat—rival Milton Academy. The teams faced off for the first time this season at Frozen Fenway 2012 during a quadrupleheader of Independent School League's boys' and girls' games.



FAQ: EVL - John Gifford

FAQ: EVL - John Gifford

MIDDLE SCHOOL







2011 Holiday Assembly

2011 Holiday Assembly

STUDENT LIFE

For more than 100 years, the Sixth Class has performed Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol during the annual holiday Assembly. A Hanukkah reading, The Power of Light, was added to the program more than decade ago. This year, the Assembly docket also included musical performances by faculty member Michael Turner; a cappella group, Imani; and a duet by Chris Collins-Pisano '12 and Belle Tuttle '13.


Castle Project Updates

Castle Project Updates

STUDENT LIFE

The Castle Project is on target, with necessary pre-winter projects wrapped and construction poised to continue throughout the colder months, according to Steve Ginsberg, business manager. The project architects, Architerra, expect the renovated Castle, despite its expanded square footage, to use about as much energy as the structure on the original footprint and to be a contender for gold LEED certification.

Nobles Director of Development George Maley reports that fundraising for the project stands at $14 million of the $20 million goal. Castle Project completion is slated for late August 2012.
 



Who Am I - Gabby Urena

Who Am I - Gabby Urena

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Who Am I - Nick Samel

Who Am I - Nick Samel

MIDDLE SCHOOL


Come Interview!

Come Interview!

STUDENT LIFE


The Great Machine

The Great Machine

UPPER SCHOOL

On Thursday, Dec. 8, students in Chris Pasterczyk's Advanced Projects in Physics class unveiled a Rube Goldberg-inspired project. The Nobles community—students, faculty, staff and parents—huddled together in CP's classroom to watch the "Doomsday" machine take out the fictitious Sunder City .


Time to Improvise

Time to Improvise

STUDENT LIFE

Several actors from Boston's Improv Asylum performed in long Assembly on Wed., Dec. 7. They asked for audience suggestions and participation during the hour-long sketch and improvisation comedy show. It was perfect timing for students  and faculty members who were busy preparing for end-of-term exams.




















Middle School Pie Drive

Middle School Pie Drive

MIDDLE SCHOOL



Fall for Dance

Fall for Dance

ARTS

A crowd of supporters filled Lawrence Auditorium for the first dance concert of the year on Thurs., Nov. 17, 2011. Thirty students in the Afternoon Dance Program and academic dance classes, as well as independent student choreographers, presented a string of modern, hip-hop, jazz, Latin and Indian style dances. 


Nobles Day Camp

Nobles Day Camp

Our beautiful 187-acre campus is located in Dedham, Massachusetts, abutting the Charles River. We have been providing a high quality camp program for boys and girls since 1948!


Chinese Acrobats Return to Nobles

Chinese Acrobats Return to Nobles

STUDENT LIFE

The Chinese Acrobats left the Nobles community in awe during Long Assembly on Wed., Nov. 9. They contorted their bodies, juggled a variety of objects, tumbled through hoops and even used a performer as a human jump rope. The well-anticipated Assembly will be one to remember for a long time.


Nobleman: Halloween

Nobleman: Halloween

UPPER SCHOOL



Halloween Fun 2011

Halloween Fun 2011

STUDENT LIFE

On October 31, the Nobles community fully embraced the Halloween spirit. Morning Assembly was full of special surprises including music, skits and a Day of the Dead video. Class I united in jungle-themed costumes representing zebras, Tarzan, leopards and many others. The Parents’ Association also hosted a surprise lunch for Class I students.



2011 Friday Night Lights

2011 Friday Night Lights

ATHLETICS

On Friday, Oct. 14, Burr Field lit up with high-spirited fans for the first-ever Friday night football game against ISL rivalry Thayer Academy. Rain didn’t deter a vibrant crowd of supporters sporting blue and white from cheering on the Bulldogs. A tailgate party with music and food kicked off the event and also raised money for Nobles travel program. 
 


2011 Multicultural Fair

2011 Multicultural Fair

STUDENT LIFE

Nobles students, faculty, staff and families took a trip around the world on Friday, Sept. 30, at the annual Multicultural Fair. More than a dozen countries including Colombia, France, Greece, Ecuador, India, Japan and Nigeria were represented through artifacts, activities, costumes, music, dance and food. 


Grandparents Day

Grandparents Day

STUDENT LIFE

Grandparents Day


Nobles Welcomes Very Special Guests

Nobles Welcomes Very Special Guests

STUDENT LIFE

Nobles eagerly welcomed Boston Globe reporter Dante Ramos to the Assembly stage on Wed., Sept. 28. Everyone knew that Ramos, who reported for New Orleans newspaper The Times-Picayune during Hurricane Katrina, was on hand to lead a discussion about the community book, Zeitoun by Dave Eggers. The crowd erupted when Ramos brought two special guests to join him onstage for a Long Assembly Q&A.
 


Nobles and the World

Nobles and the World

STUDENT LIFE

Noble and Greenough School believes that learning extends far beyond the classroom walls. The Nobles Travel Program provides opportunities for students to broaden their perspectives on the world.


2011 All School Photo

2011 All School Photo

STUDENT LIFE



Nobles Service Partners

Nobles Service Partners

ATHLETICS

Nobles is proud of the strong relationships that many of our athletic programs have built with important outside organizations. Through the hard work of the department, the coaches and the student-athletes these relationships have become a defining characteristic of our athletic program.


Arts Center

Arts Center

ARTS

The 40,000-square foot Arts Center opened its doors to students in the fall of 2006. The facility has had an immediate and far-reaching impact on the entire visual and performing arts program.


Travel Program

Travel Program

STUDENT LIFE




Residential Llife

Residential Llife

STUDENT LIFE



A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

MIDDLE SCHOOL



NTC Summer Intensive Photo Gallery

NTC Summer Intensive Photo Gallery

ARTS

Based inside the stunning Arts Center at Noble and Greenough School, the NTC Summer Theater program offers intense performing arts experience.


Achieve in Action

Achieve in Action

STUDENT LIFE

Nobles is home to Achieve, a tuition-free educational program serving low-income middle school-age children. Check out these photos from years past.


2011 Solar Car Race Finals

2011 Solar Car Race Finals

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Check out this video of the final race of the 2011 Annual Solar Car Races.


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2013 Graduation Gallery