Noble Network of Charter Schools celebrates the retirement of Noble Street College Prep staff member, Becki Probst. Ms. Probst started with Noble during the second year in existence and as of this year will have completed her 19th year as a Noble staff member before retiring. During her time at Noble, Ms. Probst was always known as someone students and staff look to for consistency, experience and wisdom. The staff at Noble Street often discussed how they admire her ability to win a meeting with her outspoken perspective and ability to speak to the teacher experience. The math department at Noble Street College Prep reveres Ms. Probst’s perspective and guidance as she is someone who has taught almost every level of math at some point in her teaching career. 

Check out a few remarks of appreciation from Ms. Probst’s past students. 

Ms.Probst helped me by developing a strong foundation in geometry which I used in several Math courses during college. Her interactive teaching was really helpful. Being able to do cool projects that gave us a visual representation of what we were taught in class was awesome.

-Esme Sotelo

Ms. Probst! One thing I will never forget about Ms. Probst’s class is how I had multiple nicknames in her class, but only one of them stuck. I used to sing “Under the sea” during each Geometry period in her class and earned the nickname Sebastian for a long while.

-Kimani Smith

I’ll never forget being Ms. Probst’s NHS tutor for such a long time! I absolutely loved being in that classroom after school for office hours. I’ll also never forget seeing that huge smile every time I see her/walk into her classroom when visiting Noble!

-Emily Bermudez

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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