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Monthly Archives: April 2013
Yesterday marked the first day of the AP Student Show in the Foster Gallery. Visit the gallery through May 31 to see what students have been working on this year!
All students in Classes VI through III take Personal Development, a class that encourages self-discovery, responsibility and an understanding of the world around us. These Class III girls work together on an in-class exercise about the risks and consequences of teen drinking.
Do you gravitate towards the same spot for lunch every day or do you try to mix it up? Would you rather dine alfresco or chow down in the familiar, lower dining halls? There are so many places to enjoy a … Continue reading
Nobles Organic Gardening (NOG) club is celebrating early shoots and sprouts. Hello, spring!
In honor of the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy, the Nobles community participated in the “Walk the Last Mile” event. Students and faculty walked on a one-mile course around campus during the lunch period to show support for the … Continue reading
Rehearsals for the spring musical are in full swing.
Provost Bill Bussey snapped this photo of a red-bellied woodpecker visiting the feeder outside a Business Office window. Staff member Darlene Donlan was quick to identify the feathery friend.
Graduation might be around the corner, but it seems like yesterday when this group of now-senior girls were heading to Middle School practice together.
Carter Sanders ’14, Alasdair Mackenzie ’15 and grad Greg Croak gave closure to today’s Assembly with a little much-appreciated Jackson Browne. Enjoy the lyrics below. “Doctor My Eyes” Songwriters: BROWNE, JACKSON Doctor, my eyes have seen the years And the … Continue reading
Basketball legend Chris Herren spoke in Assembly about his struggle with drug addiction and his road to recovery. His impactful speech brought a crowd of students and faculty members to a Q&A session in Towles Auditorium following Assembly.