Monthly Archives: May 2014

Archival Project

Faculty member Tim Carey once again illuminates the transformation of Class V students. In the fall, he photographed each student with an important object; in the spring, he repeated the exercise. On each image, students shared pieces of personal writings.

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Next Year’s Leaders

Four students from the Class of 2015 ran for School Life Council (SLC) president in assembly today. From left: Joelle Sherman, Emma Roberts, Ian Katz and Dana Grey delivered opening statements, answered a set of questions about themselves and their leadership styles and closed … Continue reading

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Books for Sale!

Stop by the library today and tomorrow to browse for books at the second annual Summer Reading Book Fair.

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Nobles and Dedham community participated in the 22nd annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive, sponsored by National Association of Letter Carriers, May 10. For the 15th consecutive year, Nobles served as the Dedham collection site for the largest one-day food drive in … Continue reading

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True Grit

Students from the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village of Rwanda shared stories of surviving the 1994 Rwandan genocide with Nobles students in history class today.

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Get Your Tickets Now

Rehearsals continue for The Pirates of Penzance, a reinterpretation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic.  The update is set in a nightclub and features a tweaked script and a score, rearranged and reorchestrated. Lightshows and mer-people are both set to star, while … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the Race

Class V students work on their self-designed solar car project, which will compete in the 20-meter race on campus on May 14.  The top seven teams in the categories of speed, creativity, craftsmanship and technical merit will compete against other top … Continue reading

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Sound and Spectacle Coming Soon

Chase Haylon ’15 (right) and Ava Brignol ’14 rehearse for a reinterpretation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic The Pirates of Penzance. The update is set in a nightclub and features a tweaked script and a score, rearranged and reorchestrated. Lightshows … Continue reading

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Student-Teacher Connection

Former Headmaster and English faculty member Dick Baker still finds joy in attending student events after 43 years at Nobles. Pictured is Baker at the AP Student Show in the Foster Gallery.

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A Convincing Win

Boys and girls lacrosse teams scored wins against St. George’s on Wednesday. Pictured is Jack Bliss ’14.

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