Noble Elementary-Middle School provides high-quality, data-driven instruction in a nurturing environment. Our program supports the physical, social, emotional and academic growth of our students with a developmentally appropriate curriculum. As students progress from pre-Kindergarten through middle school, they face increasing challenges designed to prepare them for the rigors of high school, college and the workplace.
Through partnerships with City Year and Johns Hopkins University, we support students and their families, and ensure that each and every one is on the path toward high school graduation. With resources obtained from a competitive School Improvement Grant, we provide a blended learning environment in which all students experience both traditional classroom instruction and self-paced digital learning.
Most of our students live in the surrounding community, and walk or are transported to school by their parents. Many are second or third generation Noble students. Strong parent and community involvement enhances our program. As a Pathways to Potential school, our on-site Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Success Coach provides timely services to students and their families.
- School Brochure
- Noble’s School of the Week Feature: Jan. 26-30, 2015
- DPS Safe Routes to School Program
Computer Lab and mobile devices in the classrooms, physical education and vocal music, Science Fair and Go Green Initiative, Special Education programs for Specific Learning Disabilities, moderately Cognitive Impaired, mildly Cognitive Impaired, and other health impairments; Afterschool Tutorial, Honors Programs, Spelling and Math Bee, Battle of the Books, Family Literacy Game Night, Career Day, Volunteer Reading Corps, Girls/Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Conflict Resolution / Peer Mediation, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, Community/Business Partners, School Intervention Programs, Parent Advisory Council on Student Achievement (PACSA).
High Quality Pre-Kindergarten
Johns Hopkins University Talent Development Secondary, University of Michigan (includes Detroit Partnership, WE READ Literacy Programs, Females Excelling More in Math and Engineering FEMMES, and Performance Outreach Workshop), Urban Leadership Specialists’ Parent University, Playworks structured recess program, Great Southern Baptist Church, Littlefield Community Association, Neighborhood Legal Services, SVS Vision, University of Detroit Mercy Dental School Mobile Dental Coach, Good Fellows.
In this information age, Noble Staff will utilize research-based, data-driven instruction to prepare students for college and careers in an evolving, information-centered global community.
We will support student growth by using school and community resources to promote active family involvement.
Slacks and Pants: All slacks and pants must be a solid color (Khaki, navy blue, or black). Young men are expected to wear their shirts tucked in their pants with a belt.
Skirts and Jumpers/Skorts: Color: Khaki, navy blue or black; solid, single color. Style: Skirts must be at least knee length.
Tops: Long or short sleeved shirts and blouses must have button down or straight collars. Turtlenecks and polo styles are permitted. See grade level for color below.
Uniform Colors for Tops:
Pre-K – 4th Grade – WHITE OR HUNTER GREEN
5th Grade – YELLOW
6th Grade – LIGHT BLUE
7th Grade – BURGUNDY
8th Grade – BLACK
Jackets, Cardigans, and Sweaters: Color: Should be blue or black or match the accepted uniform color for the student’s grade level. Student jackets, cardigans, or sweaters may not have hoods.