Alumni Achievements

Since Noble Street graduated its first class of seniors in 2003, more than 1200 alumni have gone on to attend more than 170 different colleges and universities across the nation. Noble alumni have graduated from or are currently attending some of the nation’s most prestigious schools including: Yale, Stanford, Columbia, Northwestern University and the University of Illinois.

  • Every year, over 95% of our seniors are accepted to college, and in 2017, 83% of graduating seniors attended four year college or universities and 11% attended two year colleges.
  • The Class of 2017 received more than $7.9 million in scholarships and financial aid for the colleges they chose to attend, and 100% were accepted to college.
  • Noble Street annually boasts some of the most Posse scholars in Chicago. Since 2007, 31 Noble students have received this full tuition scholarship.

Sergio

 
Class of 2008
College: University of Michigan
Major: Aerospace Engineering
 Occupation: Engineering Supervisor for UPS

Family: Sergio has three older sisters: Elizabeth, Leslie, and Kimberly. Leslie went to Wells Community High School where Noble's co-founder, Michael Milkie was her math teacher before he started Noble. Kimberly is also a Noble Street alum (Class of 2005).

"Noble Street College Prep has made a difference in my life by continuously providing me valuable resources throughout my academic career. Noble's willingness to offer support in any way possible is something that has changed me as a person. Without the support of Noble, I would probably not be at Michigan getting a world-class education, which I am enormously thankful for."

Gloria

 
Class of 2009
College: Stanford University
Major: History
Occupation: U.S. History teacher at Noble Street

Family: All five of Gloria's siblings have graduated from or are attending Noble Street College Prep. Maria (Class of 2005), Hugo (Class of 2007), Sergio (Class of 2011), Alejandro (Class of 2014), and Juana (Class of 2017).

"Noble has made me believe that it is possible for inner-city students to obtain an education that prepares them for a college career.  Without the support of Noble I would not have obtained the confidence and courage necessary to attend and study at Stanford University. 

Noble has impacted my family by giving my siblings and me a high quality high school education. In addition, my parents are eternally grateful for all the support and encouragement that Noble has given their children and the visible dedication of the teachers and administrators. My family owes so much to Noble."