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Category Archives: Academics
The Nobles community read this summer is When the Emperor was Divine by Julie Otsuka. Nobles Learning Specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci give students summer reading tips in the most recent episode of the “The Studies Show” podcast. Click here … Continue reading
Faculty members found a quiet spot to look over end-of-year adviser letters. Each student’s adviser includes these remarks with final grades; they help to provide framework for the year and to set goals for next year.
Good luck to all the students studying for their final exams. One more day!
Congratulations to 118 members of the Class of 2013 who graduated today! Find full coverage of graduation here.
May 30 marked Awards Night at Nobles. In Lawrence Auditorium, Head of School Bob Henderson and faculty members presented the awards to more than 30 students. Twenty-four students were also inducted into the Cum Laude Society.
Fifty-two members of Class I presented independent projects to family, faculty and friends during Class I Projects Night. The eclectic range of projects included building a guitar from scraps, composing a cookbook, producing a play, creating videos, constructing a whale … Continue reading
Students, teachers and parents gathered at the end of the school day to watch robots go head-to-head (or wheel-to-wheel, as the case may be). The robots were designed by teams of students from Mr. Manzo’s robotics class. The last one … Continue reading
Students from Mr. Nickerson’s and Mr. Nguyen’s AB calculus classes stepped out of the classroom and onto the ropes course today. As the seniors jumped from the high platform, Mr. Nickerson encouraged them to take a similar risk-taking mindset when … Continue reading
Spanish teacher Laura Yamartino stands against a colorful classroom backdrop. Nobles classrooms and hallways are filled with student work and artwork — what’s your favorite pop of color on campus?
Class I students Kevin Raposa, Raheem Barnett and Nathan Perry are at work on a go-cart and a wind turbine (not pictured) for their senior project. Nice wheels, guys!