Category Archives: Clubs and Organizations

Doughnut Day

Throwback to a couple weeks ago when the middle school cooking club baked old fashioned and apple cider doughnuts.

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Dreidel

Jewish Culture Club taught students how to play some new dreidel games in Gleason Hall today during their bake sale. Hanukkah starts on Tuesday December 12.

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Bridge Builders

The middle school engineering club had a newspaper bridge building contest this morning. This winning bridge supported two bricks.

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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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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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Pay it Forward

The middle school’s Nice People’s Campaign set up a “pay it forward” wall today to track a web of interconnected good deeds.

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White Walkers

On President’s Day, an Outing Club group of five students and five adults hiked the Glencliff Trail to the summit of Mount Moosilauke in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Cogito

Jason Tang ’18 passes out the first issue of “Cogito”, the new journal published by the International Affairs Club in conjunction with the History and Social Science Department. The journal features student-written articles pertaining to current international political issues as … Continue reading

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Yearbook Design

The yearbook staff works on designing pages for the book’s 105th volume.

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TGIF OPS

David Roane gives Olly Ogbue ’20 a brief lesson in feathering during Thank Goodness it’s Friday Open Painting Studios (TGIF OPS).

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