The CEO, Constance Jones and Head of Schools, Ellen Metz for Noble Network of Charter School were recently featured in an article written by The 74 discussing the future of Noble. 

“Even as the number of black women leading charter school networks is beginning to tick up, Jones bears the distinction of taking over a system that — with 18 schools, 12,000 students, and a yearly budget of some $170 million — is one of the largest. Virtually all of Noble’s students are of color and come from underserved communities, yet its schools comprise 10 of the top 15 programs on Chicago Public Schools’ 2018-19 quality ratings.”

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At Noble, we are college bound. As the largest charter public school network in Chicago, Noble’s high school program exposes our students to higher education options and guides them through the collegiate application process. Through college trips, college fairs, summer college immersion programs and required academic courses, Noble demystifies the college experience and shapes students’ beliefs and confidence about higher education.

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