Monthly Archives: September 2014

Activation Energy

Chemistry teacher Bob Kern demonstrated a controlled thermite reaction during Grandparents Day.

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Chemistry of Connection

More than 400 grandparents descended on the Nobles campus today to spend the day learning alongside their grandchildren (like in this chemistry class). Sharing a day in the life at Nobles created connections and bridged generations.

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One of the remarkable things about Nobles is how many people turn up to root for our teams on any given afternoon. They bring their families, their dogs, a picnic. Our athletes and coaches give us all something to cheer … Continue reading

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Show of Hands

Eager Class V and VI students signed up for X-block clubs today at the Middle School clubs and organizations fair.

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Creating Conflict

Theater students stage a moment of everyday conflict in the classroom, as director and performing arts faculty member Todd Morton challenges them to consider factors essential to effective improvisation.

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Lunch Break

The┬áCastle’s new dining room provides a beautiful space for students and faculty to enjoy delicious food while sharing in stimulating conversations.

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Clay in Motion

AP Ceramics student Nick Brackenridge ’15 switches gears from some intense academics and the college application process to feed his creative side. Classmate Andrew Conway ’15 says getting into the ceramics studio for the afternoon is “therapeutic.”

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Big Dawgs Gotta Jump

Boys Varsity Soccer defeated Bridgton Academy 4-1 in their home opener yesterday with help from Trevor Spence ’18 who scored his first varsity goal.

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The Fault In Our Stars

Astronomy Club members, led by Science teacher David Strasburger, discuss their project with CalTech. SIRXS (SEIP IR Excess Survey) will look for IR excesses around stars found within the Spitzer Enhanced Imaging Products (SEIP) source list.

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Ultimate Smackdown

Ryan Kelley ’15 goes up for the block in a friendly afternoon game of ultimate.

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