Noble Academy’s Full Day Programs and Activities
Noble Academy, a private school in Greensboro, N.C., is recognized as a leader in working with students with learning differences to address their academic needs. Our school offers a comprehensive curriculum coupled with learning support so students can have a complete school experience. In fact, we are one of the few private schools in North Carolina to work exclusively with children with developmental or other learning differences, such as ADHD.
Because we believe all children deserve a quality education, our two full-time guidance counselors, one for K-6 graders and one for seventh through 12th graders, work closely with students to provide learning support and develop a comprehensive guidance program to help all students achieve success.
Students at Noble Academy have a full range of elective courses including visual art, drama, music, foreign languages, honors courses and independent study courses. These courses ensure a rich experience for students at Noble Academy and expose them to a variety of mediums, art forms and modes of artistic expression.
Students can also participate in a range of athletic programs from fifth grade on including soccer, basketball, flag football, cross country, volleyball and more.
We value physical activity and have the opportunity for all students to go outside in the middle of the day. We also include advisory time for upper division students and guidance activities for all students on topics that are relevant to their age and experiences. Our students learn to advocate for themselves to prepare them for college or the working world as successful lifelong learners.
Discover more about our private school for children needing learning support in Greensboro, N.C.
To get more information or to schedule a tour of our campus, call 336-282-7044 or email Christy Avent, Director of Advancement and Admissions. You may also fill out our online request for information and someone will get back to you shortly.