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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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School Experience Survey - Parent Survey

Parents: Please complete the School Experience Survey before December 9th. The School Experience Survey is an annual survey administered in the fall to all LAUSD schools. Survey results provide schools with important feedback from teachers, staff, students and parents.
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7th Grade Culmination, IGP, and High School PowerPoint Presentation

7th grade parents do you want to know about Middle School Culmination and High School Graduation requirements? Do you have questions about your students' transcripts (IGP)? Questions about the A-G requirements in high school and who uses them? The Counseling Department has a PowerPoint presentation to go over this information for 8th parents tonight from 6 PM to 7 PM.
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8th Grade Parents: Certificate of Completion Names

Dear Parent/Guardian of 8th Grade students,

Nobel Charter Middle School will be ordering the Certificate of Completion (diploma) for the culminating class of 2022. Please complete the form below and return it on or before Friday, December 2, 2022. (You can edit your submission until Friday, December 2, 2022.)

Thank you

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