The Triad's Choice for Learning Differences

Academics at Noble Academy are unique in that students are held to a high standard of learning by the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, but are given the tools to be successful in this endeavor. Teachers use direct instruction, pay close attention to individual needs, and use research-based teaching methods in order to help our students become successful in the classroom.


Instruction in our Lower School and Junior High emphasizes remediation and direct instruction in learning strategies. Students are grouped according to instructional needs to ensure maximum student-teacher engagement. Our high school curriculum is college preparatory with an emphasis on learning strategies, transition issues, and individual accommodations.

The Right Education For Your Child's Needs

Although many students come to Noble Academy with the intention of graduating from here, many other students come for a few years with a plan to transition back to public school or other setting. Students in all grades learn study skills, organizational skills, and learning strategies that will help them become more successful in another learning environment.

Here are videos that showcase each division:


Please see the page below that corresponds to the grade level that you are interested in to find out more about our curriculum.

Lower School: Grades 2-6

Upper School: Grades 7-12


The Noble Academy Waysm 

To help our students develop the skills that are needed to become successful life-long learners, we have developed The Noble Academy Waysm; a set of strategies, techniques and programs that help students improve their organization skills, get the instruction that works for them, grow their confidence as learners, get the support they need to succeed and be prepared for what comes next. Learn more about this program.

Lower School

Junior High

High School


Noble Academy is a grades 2-12, private school in Greensboro, NC for students diagnosed with learning disabilities such as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, CAPD  (Central Auditory Processing Disorder) and more.


Phone: 336.282.7044

Fax: 336.282.2048

3310 Horse Pen Creek Rd

Greensboro NC, 27410 

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