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.
Support & Resources for Undocumented Students at Noble Schools
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Future prospects for undocumented high school students across the nation are more unstable right now than they have been in the past decade.
Boosting Career Opportunities for Alumni: Noble Schools Partners with RiseKit
Noble Schools’ Alumni Share Their Pandemic Experience
Alumni of Noble Schools are resilient, thoughtful, and determined to reach their goals. While the pandemic has hit us all with struggles and hardships, our alumni have adapted and continued to push for their dreams and the health […]
“Changing the Course: Building An Antiracist Education” Episode Two
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE
In this episode, we talk to Dalonte Burns, the principal of UIC College Prep, one of Noble Schools’ 18 campuses.
Burns speaks to his experience as a first-year principal leading […]
Black History Month at Bulls Prep: Celebrating Black Fraternities and Sororities
This is part of a series of blogs from Noble campus representatives to give a deeper look at campus life. This blog is written by Ayanna Pearson, College Counselor and Noble Brand Ambassador at Chicago Bulls College Prep.