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Noble exposes students to the world of higher education from the time they start high school to the time they graduate to ensure we fulfill our mission of students having access to a life rich with options. Noble provides individualized support in the college process to best fit post-secondary plan for each student. Read below about other ways Noble helps students in their pursuit of higher education.

Summer of a Lifetime (SOL)
Students have the opportunity to take a class on a college campus or university during the summer after their sophomore year through the generous support of the Summer of a Lifetime program. Accepted students are matched with programs across the US and get to experience college life first hand. This past year, students participated in programs across 25 colleges and universities, including the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Harvard University, University of Chicago and Spelman College.

Summer of a Lifetime website

College Seminar
During senior year, students take a College Seminar course to help them prepare and plan for life after high school. Students get support submitting quality college applications, applying for financial aid and scholarships, and exploring majors and career paths. The class is lead by experienced College Counselors who help and guide seniors and their families step by step through the process.

Alumni Support
Noble has a full-time, year round Alumni Coordinator who works with students after they graduate to achieve their college and career goals. In addition, our alumni can take advantage of Noble Network’s Career Office for support with resume editing, cover letter reviews, job interview prep, and listings of job & internship opportunities.

Parent Involvement
Noble’s College Team aims to engage parents throughout the college process and has College Parent Nights at each grade level to work with families throughout their time at Noble. Noble serves many first generation college students, so looks to be a resource for families navigating the process for the first time.