Academic Courses & Electives
Noble Street College Prep offers an array of academic courses and electives that help students create a well-rounded profile for when they apply to college and or pursue options after high school. All students are given the chance to rank our elective offerings. As students enter the Upper School (11th and 12th grade), they can also select some of their academic courses based on teacher recommendations. Classes in the Upper School have both juniors and seniors in the same courses. Click below to see a list of courses offered at Noble.
External Fine Arts Opportunities
Noble students who have below a 3.0 current unweighted Grade Point Average (GPA) are placed on the Academic Intervention Program (AIP). Students that are on AIP are required to attend one office hour a week (after school 4:10-5:10 PM) to get extra academic support from classroom teachers. All students are welcome to attend office hours, but students that are on AIP are at risk of earning demerits for not attending. All teachers are also available by appointment. Students can work on assignments, complete missed work, and or receive tutoring. Click below to see a list of office hours at Noble.
Upper School (11th & 12th Grade)
Acceleration Season occurs each winter & spring 9th, 10th, and 11th graders! Programming consists of targeted SAT practice and community building activities within each grade level. Students, get ready to master the SAT! 11th graders take the test April 9th, and 9th and 10th graders take the PSAT on April 10th!7th!
PowerSchool, Noble Space, & Google Classroom
Noble students can successfully navigate through high school with online tools like PowerSchool, Noble Space, and Google Classroom where they can look up school log entries, such as demerits and after school hours, grades, GPA, and class materials. Click below to access the websites.
Google Classroom (Students can log in with their Noble email using the link they receive from their teachers)