Monthly Archives: May 2017

Stamp Out Hunger

Students, graduates, and parents volunteered over the weekend to sort boxes of donated food delivered by the US Postal Service. This is the 18th year in a row that Nobles has served as a collection site for the Stamp Out … Continue reading

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Summer Science Storage

The contents of all the classrooms in the Baker Science Building have been packed up and moved to Towles Auditorium. The renovation and construction project kicks off next week to completely redo all of the classrooms and add additional labs … Continue reading

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Looking Up

Lucy Johnson ’22 sets her phone at ground level to take a photo from a new perspective during middle school photography club.

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One Last Rehearsal

Faculty members lined the walls for the last few minutes of Director of Instrumental Music Doc Chanonhouse’s final rehearsal this morning as a quiet tribute to his dedication to teaching. Doc is retiring after more than 20 years at Nobles, … Continue reading

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Edible Science

Maura McLaughlin, Isabelle Walkey and Gabrielle Athanasia, all ’17, show off their creation for Molecular Gastronomy class—a cauliflower-cheese crust pizza.

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Thulani in Town

Executive Director of Kliptown Youth Program (KYP), Thulani Madondo, visited campus this afternoon to reconnect with students and teachers who have gone on the middle school EXCEL trip to South Africa. KYP’s aims “to provide opportunities that will allow young … Continue reading

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May Flowers

The double flowering plum trees at the main entrance to Shattuck Schoolhouse and the Henderson Arts Center are in full bloom.

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Alcove Lines

The sun returned this afternoon and threw some light lines through the alcoves.

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Chess Masters

Rohan Meier ’22 and Sam Millay ’22, the youngest members of the chess club, present Head of School Bob Henderson with the South Shore Interscholastic Chess League trophy. Nobles has been undefeated in SSICL matches for the past six years.

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