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Mission Statement

At Nobel Charter Middle School we engage in Learning by Doing. We believe that children learn best when they are asked to look, listen, and discover. We are focused and committed to the fundamental purpose of a hands-on, experiential education for all. Students are asked to create questions and solve problems that stem from the complex issues found in modern society. We foster compassion, perseverance and self-efficacy in our students to enable them to become ethical, responsible, productive members of their local and global communities.

Recent News

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Summer Bridge Program for Incoming 6th Graders

Parents - Please fill out the interest form if you would like to have your incoming 6th grader attend the summer bridge program. The program will be August 12th - August 14th, from 9am - 12pm. Please fill out the interest survey by July 10th. Please click the title to access the form. Or use this link: bit.ly/nobelsummerbridge2020
Incoming 6th Grade Elective Resident & Magnet Students Featured Photo

Incoming 6th Grade Elective Resident & Magnet Students

Please make sure you have filled out theĀ incomingĀ 6th Grade Elective Form. If you have already completed the paper copy, you do not have to complete the online version. Please make sure to complete the form by August 1, 2020.
Class of 2020

Virtual Culmination at 11:00 am on Wedneday, June 10th!

Join us for our live virtual culmination event as we celebrate Nobel's class of 2020, The Royals. Use the Microsoft Teams link below to join our event at 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 10th. PTSA will be posting their 8th Grade Dedication page after the Virtual culmination.

Facts & Numbers

  • 1:2 Chromebook to Student Ratio
  • 80 Highly Qualified Full-Time Teachers
  • 97% In Seat Attendance
  • 50% of Faculty Hold Advanced Degrees
  • 12 Teachers with National Board Certification
  • 20+ Electives
  • 90+ Honors Classes
  • Weekly Clubs and Activities