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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Campers take off their shoes for a friendly game of dodgeball.
When’s the last time you created something? Get inspired, use your hands, crank up the creativity and make something. You don’t have to be a professional artist to love and pursue the arts.
Governor Deval Patrick speaks to Achieve students at Noble and Greenough School. Achieve is an academic enrichment program for urban students in Boston.
Nobles staff member Tessy Smith P’11 ’13 ’15 (left) attended an Achieve Open House, where she watched students conduct several experiments in science class. These three students are testing the amount of weight four egg shells can hold before breaking.
The new wing of the Castle is nearly completed. This will be a popular spot for students, faculty and staff to dine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Check out what this space looked like only four months ago: https://noblespod.wordpress.com/2012/04/05/taking-shape-the-castle-project/
Achieve students, faculty and staff piled into Morrison Forum for an all-program photo. The group has been all smiles all summer.
Nobles students, Ally and Chase (above), made their sous chef debut on a local culinary show with host Luca Paris during the New Hampshire Farm/Food Systems trip earlier this summer. Other Nobles travelers were happy to be live audience members … Continue reading
The landscape may have changed, but the love for the game remains. Today, Nobles athletes are very fortunate to have access to more than 10 college-level fields. There are four full-sized soccer fields, two full-sized field hockey fields, a football … Continue reading
Achieve students spent the second half of their science class conducting an experiment outside. In groups, they measure the temperature of four natural elements—soil, water, sand and air.