Annual Title I Information Coming Soon!

All Nobel families will be receiving the annual Title I Parent Involvement Policy, the School Parent and Family Engagement Policy, and the Nobel School Compact Brochure in the mail in the next few weeks.

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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.

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Annual Title I Information Coming Soon! Featured Photo

Annual Title I Information Coming Soon!

All Nobel families will be receiving the annual Title I Parent Involvement Policy, the School Parent and Family Engagement Policy, and the Nobel School Compact Brochure in the mail in the next few weeks.
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After School Clubs Start October 7th!

Because of high demand for these activities, participation is on a first come-first served basis. It is possible that not all interested students will be able to participate. If you would like your child to participate in an after school activity, please complete the permission slip. Students must turn in the permission slip to the activity sponsor BEGINNING 10/7/19, first day of attendance.
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2019 SBAC Parent Score Reports

This is a friendly reminder to review your child’s CAASPP testing results on the SBAC state testing from 2019. Our goal at Nobel is to have all students meet or exceed the standards on the math and ELA test. These tests track students’ progress toward being college and career ready as they move from elementary to high school. The performance on these assessments and the students’ grades may affect their placement in math, ELA and electives classes each school year. The only way to receive the results from last school year is through the parent portal. Please log in to the parent portal and go the testing option to obtain the test results. If you need assistance accessing the test scores, contact the school and ask for our technology coordinator. When you review the test results with your child, help them set a goal for improvement on the 2020 state assessments. If you feel your child needs additional support in math or English, please contact us to learn about the options available for extra help. We look forward to another productive school year, where all of our Nobel students achieve at their highest level.

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