Summer Sessions

AchieveAchieve’s summer session is in full swing with academic classes, enrichment and tutoring.

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Step Up

Class VClass V students pose for a class photo on the rock outside the middle school after their Step Up ceremony on the last day of school.

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Final Countdown

final countdownClass I students count down the final seconds of their last academic day at Nobles.

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One Last Look Back

Ropes CourseNick Nickerson took his calculus class to the ropes course on campus today. This yearly tradition serves as a metaphor for graduating seniors to take the leap to college.

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Girls in the Boat

Crew TrophyThe girls varsity crew team’s second boat won gold and broke the course record for a 2V at the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championships over the weekend at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester. They presented the trophy to Ben Snyder, interim director of athletics, this morning in assembly.

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Three Bobs are Better Than One

BobceptionToday we celebrated Bob Henderson, our retiring head of school, by revealing his official portrait painted by visual arts faculty member Betsy VanOot, redubbing Art Street (the annual spring arts festival) as Bob Street, and raffling off Bob Henderson bobbleheads.

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Music in the Morning

Nobleonians EntranceThe Nobleonians a cappella group heads into assembly after serenading students at the front entrance before school this morning. Catch them and every singing group at the choral concert tonight in Lawrence Auditorium at 7 p.m. It’s the last concert of the year; don’t miss it!

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Mail Time

Eric and CarolMath teacher Eric Nguyen takes a minute to chat with receptionist Carol Derderian while picking up his mail.

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Crucial Crew Shells

RichardGlendon-1Duncan Glendon, the grandson of Richard Glendon, christens the Nobles boat named after his grandfather.┬áThe first ever professional coach of Nobles crew, Richard Glendon is best known for coaching the U.S. men’s eight-man to the nation’s first ever gold medal in rowing at the 1928 Olympics. The “Naiad II” boat was also christened on Saturday, May 20, in honor of Nobles’ women’s crew team of 1996, which won the national championship and set the national record that still stands today.

 

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Going Up

Hot Air BalloonsBob Kern’s chemistry class launched homemade hot air balloons over the Castle at 7 a.m. this morning.

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