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.
Noble Schools has welcomed four additional teachers into its Distinguished Teacher program. This program provides an industry-changing approach to celebrating and rewarding teachers who are achieving an exceptional impact with students. Among other benefits, each Distinguished Teacher will […]
Applications are now open for this year’s Diverse Leaders Fellowship (DLF) at Noble Schools. DLF is Noble’s longest-running leadership program, having nurtured a village of over 120 fellows and mentors since 2018.
This 9-month-long program is designed to identify and invest […]
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.