No Word Goes Unspoken: A Zine about Education & Autism
In school, I struggled with speaking and making friends. I didn’t know when it was the right time to speak so I would stay quiet until I was called on. I stayed quiet during advisory, gym, English, and lunch. Even on the bus and train ride home, I stayed silent. The same applied to making friends - I gained friends only when other people spoke to me and I was interested in their conversation. For the longest time, I assumed I had intense social anxiety… until I learned that I had Autism.
Chipping Away at Walls: Showing Up for Our Students’ Mental Health
“Black people don’t go to therapy.” “You don’t need therapy, you need Jesus.” “Stop crying and suck it up.” “Therapy is for crazy people.” Throughout my life, these are phrases I’ve heard from my students and peers that sought to justify why people of color, and specifically Black people, should not seek out therapy or support. Nevertheless, support and therapy are exactly what is needed, arguably now more than ever.
Leaving No One Behind: Mansueto Family Leads Healthy Change in Their Community
Mansueto student Mia Corral and her parents have been running together since she was little. They've been taking that passion to their community to encourage others to run by leading the Midway Mile Chasers running club.
Grappling with the Golder College Prep Panthers’ Wrestling Team
Despite the invisibility of wrestling in Chicagoland high schools, several student wrestlers at Noble Schools are still bringing their hard work to the mat and walking away with medals, including Golder College Prep's new wrestling team.
Results from Noble Schools’ 2023 Family Experience Survey
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The Family Experience Survey aims to consistently elevate the parent and family voice.
As we continue to become an antiracist organization, we must integrate the voice of Noble families into our […]
Discover & Explore Noble Schools’ Junior College Fair 2023
School buses from Hansberry, Mansueto, Rauner, and all of Noble’s other campuses pulled into the Credit One Arena on Wednesday, April 19. Excited juniors stepped out, pulling themselves together to prepare for an afternoon of speaking with college recruiters at […]