SUPPORT A NOBLE MISSION
Your gifts help assure that Noble Academy’s students have the opportunity they need to achieve their goals and attain their dreams.
WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER.
As an independent school we rely on the philanthropic support
of our entire community. Tuition alone simply does not cover the
total cost of educating each child and we look to our parents,
grandparents, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends to help by donating
to our Knights First Fund. Your tax deductible gifts ensure that we
can retain the best faculty and programming available.
WHY DO NOBLE FAMILIES SUPPORT
OUR SCHOOL FINANCIALLY?
The generosity of our Noble families allows us to dramatically
impact our student experiences which includes:
A program that changes the trajectory of students' lives
Extracurricular, fine arts, and athletics programs
Enhancement and maintenance to our beautiful campus
Leading edge assistive technology
Specialized professional enrichment
Increased financial accessibility for families
Participation in the Knights First Fund is also frequently used
as a benchmark measurement of our community’s strength,
making support at any level especially powerful – and our top
priority. Our success depends on the generosity of donors,
just like you, who believe in our mission.
Simply put --- we are stronger with your support. Check out these few Noble stories to see how your support has transformed lives!
Mathews Harney ‘18
A Beacon of Light for the Future
“Noble has prepared me to attend this college and it is paying off. In my opinion, college is a lot easier than high school, but that’s because of how prepared I was from my high school classes.”
Jason Streck ‘93
Charting his own family history…
“At Noble, I learned that I could be an ‘A’ student. I learned how to redirect my focus so that I could achieve more academically. Noble plays a key role in accommodating a huge subset of kids who aren’t being served elsewhere.”
Noah Taylor ‘17
Master of his own destiny
“Noble taught me how to advocate for myself. Without this ability to speak up and ask for what I need, I would not have made it as far as I have today.”
Laine Carpenter Rendleman ‘01
How two years changed her life for the better. . .
“It’s important for Noble to be sustainable because there is a huge need for specialized education in our community. The school offers a sense of belonging to students who are different.”