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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

Nobel Middle School's Student Body and 8th Grade Officer Elections Featured Photo

Nobel Middle School's Student Body and 8th Grade Officer Elections

It is time for Nobel Middle School's Student Body and 8th Grade Officer elections.  The candidates' digital posters, and recorded speeches, will be posted on the Nobel website all this week May 18-22. Voting will be done online the week of May 25-29. Please click the title of the news article to see the digital posters and the campaign speeches!
ATTENTION 8th Grade Students & Parents: Featured Photo

ATTENTION 8th Grade Students & Parents:

A virtual culmination ceremony will be held on June 10th at 11am. Your Advisory teacher will be posting information on Schoology about uploading a culmination photo to be used in the ceremony. The photos will be submitted through your Advisory class and are due by May 28th.
2019-2020 Nobel Yearbook! Featured Photo

2019-2020 Nobel Yearbook!

Have you purchased your yearbook for this school year? If not, make sure you purchase your yearbook online by going to the website www.yearbookforever.com and purchase your yearbook for $45.00. You will be able to pick up your yearbook at Nobel after May 28th. A schedule with pick up times will be made available for anyone who has purchased a yearbook online before May 28th. This is a great way to remember the 2019 - 2020 school year.

Upcoming Events

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