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.
Results from Noble Schools’ 2023 Family Experience Survey
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The Family Experience Survey aims to consistently elevate the parent and family voice.
As we continue to become an antiracist organization, we must integrate the voice of Noble families into our […]
Noble Academy Students & Staff Shout Out the Women in Their Lives
This is part of a series of blogs from Noble campus representatives to give a deeper look at campus life.
Even though Women’s History Month is over, The Noble Academy students and staff are still shouting out all the Women […]
The Impact of Antiracist Leadership | S2 Ep 4 | Changing the Course
Principal JuDonne Hemingway and Assistant Principal Ashley Norris of Gary Comer Middle School (GCMS) talk about the steps they have taken to create an antiracist environment for their students.
A Letter to All the Brilliant Girls of Noble
Dear brilliant and beautiful girls of Noble,
As I pen this letter, memories of my younger, high school self float through my mind. The friendships, laughter, and extracurricular activities were all core to my high school experience, which created […]
Mental Health, Healing, & Wholeness for Our Black Boys
“I’m for mental health. I’m in therapy right now, I was in therapy a few years ago. It is so important.”
Advocating for better mental healthcare for Black men and boys is always on the top of […]