Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Nobles commits itself to building a community where every member feels a sense of belonging, respect, recognition, value and confidence. We hope all members are willing to learn, value the differences that exist in our community, and understand themselves so they know how to participate in the world around them in order to make effective change. We look to the central theme of our mission statement—Leadership for the Public Good—and our community principles to guide our work and care for this purpose. 

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’s guiding principles: accountability, justice, belonging and a commitment to growth and learning, inform our practice while deepening and strengthening our community by providing concrete and clear goals for our community members.

Leadership for the Public Good

Respect for Self   |   Respect for Others   |   Honesty


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Click here to read the Noble and Greenough School policy on transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals.

To truly listen takes patience, an authentic belief that you can learn from what the other person is saying, comfort in being uncomfortable, and a willingness to shift your perspective.Dr. Catherine J. Hall Head of School



Please watch the video above from Head of School Catherine J. Hall, Ph.D. and read an update on our work from this past summer and plans for this year. This report shares the themes we have been hearing and learning through the stories shared, as well as our short and long term plans, which will continue to deepen and evolve in the months and years ahead. Please click the button below to read this important document.