Monthly Archives: September 2016

Arm in Arm

Isabelle Dunning ’17, Lauren Barbieri ’17 and Gussie Gordon ’17 walk arm in arm as the last class of the week lets out.

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Macro photo Thursday

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Founder’s Keepers

To mark Nobles’ sesquicentennial, the Founder’s Day celebration included a procession of each class from the Castle to Lawrence Auditorium. Pictured are School Life Council leaders Kayla Getter, Harry Sherman, Sara Keene and Zachary Janfaza. A special assembly including a … Continue reading

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Books on the Move

Librarian Emily Tragert brings some books from the Tower Collection, including the “Nuremberg Chronicle” from 1493, to a class in the Middle School to study their artwork and construction.

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Keepers of the Bees

Bill Bliss ’48 came to guest teach a lesson on honey bee colony collapse in Deb Harrison’s AP Environmental Science class today. After the lesson, the class took a short field trip to Harrison’s house on campus to observe her … Continue reading

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Head to Head

Dick Baker, the fifth head of Nobles and current English faculty member, meets Dr. Catherine J. Hall, the newly named seventh head of school, during a reception following the announcement in assembly. Cathy Hall will succeed the current head of … Continue reading

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Noble and Strong

Class I students stepped up this morning to lead the rest of assembly in their singing of the new school song “Noble and Strong.”

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O’er the Ramparts we Watched

Wednesday sunset view from the Castle balcony

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Stair Down

Students descend the stairs outside Foster Gallery in the Arts Center.

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Major Kee

In the first musical performance of the year,┬áTalia Kee ’18 took the assembly audience on a journey with an impressive violin concerto.  

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