For the past two years, Noble has earnestly committed to antiracism, and we will continue to do so. We know so much more about what antiracism looks, feels and sounds like in schools than we did a year ago thanks to the lived experiences from this year. We know that antiracism in schools means deep and meaningful relationships, accountability, bringing our best and highest selves to work or school, and academic excellence. It’s love and high expectations.
Our sincere belief is that these revised and evolved policies and practices will bolster our ability to forward our ambitious mission and vision of ensuring all students are equipped to complete college and lead choice-filled lives. You are counting on us to deliver on this promise, and we take that responsibility seriously.
With heartfelt gratitude and optimism,
Mike Madden , President
Ellen Metz, Head of Schools