Noble Academy’s Athletics Program

Welcome Knights Fans!

Noble Academy established its athletics program during the 1994-95 academic year. The sports that made up the athletics program began with soccer in the fall and basketball and cheerleading in the winter.  These sport programs were for students in grades 4-8. In the fall of 2000, varsity sports were added in soccer and basketball, laying the building blocks of the Knights tradition.  Today, the Knights embody two conferences and 13 teams.

DSC_0229The junior high teams compete in the Independent School League (ISL) in the following sports:  soccer, flag football, volleyball, basketball and cross country.  All students in grades 6-8 may compete on the junior high teams in which all are coed with no tryouts.  Fifth graders have the ability to participate on the basketball and cross country teams in order to get a feel for competition.  The ISL includes B’nai Shalom Day School, Greensboro Montessori School, High Point Friends School, New Garden Friends School, The Piedmont School, and your Noble Knights.

In the 2013-14 season, Knights saw incredible progress made possible by outstanding individual and team performances.  Due to this hard work and determination, our varsity sports received an invitation to join the Central Carolina Athletic League (CCAL).  The CCAL consists of Fletcher Academy, Camelot Academy, Clover Garden School, Southern Wake Academy, Emerson Waldorf School, Hawbridge School, Triad Math and Science Academy, and your Noble Knights.  We will begin competing in this conference in the fall of 2014.

A note from Athletic Director Doug Long:NOBLE ACADEMY ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENTThe Mission of the Noble Academy Athletic Department is founded on our belief that interscholastic athletics provides unique and exceptional educational opportunities for our student athletes. Participation in Noble Academy athletics promotes character traits of high value which will lead to success later in life. These traits include the commitment to pursue one’s talents to their highest level of performance; embracing the discipline needed to obtain success; learning to work as part of a team in pursuit of a common goal; and adherence to codes of good sportsmanship, self-control and respect. Noble Academy athletics will also play an important role in fostering a sense of pride and community in our school while creating a positive environment which benefits all of Noble Academy’s students, faculty and staff.

For information on each sport team, please visit their individual website pages.  These sites include coaches information, start dates, practice dates and times, and schedules.

SPORT PHYSICALS REQUIRED

ALL PARTICIPANTS must have a sport physical on file or they will not be allowed to practice or compete.  The sport physical form and Noble Academy Code of Conduct form links are below.  Please return both forms to Athletic Director Doug Long or the main desk in the Lower and Upper Divisions prior to the first day of practice of any Noble Academy sport.

UP-TO-DATE SCHEDULE CHANGES  

Visit the Athletics Calendar page for practice and game information on all sports.

For up-to-date changes in practice or game schedules, please sign up for our free athletic text message service by texting @of332 to 81010.  You may also continue to call the athletic hotline at 336.235.4651 or check our website at www.nobleknights.org.

FORMS

Sport Physical and Code of Conduct Forms