Admission Information Sessions
Noble campuses will begin to hold Admission Information Sessions (AIS) during the fall and winter months. Admission Information Sessions are designed to allow families the opportunity to visit/tour the campus, meet the principals and students, learn about academics, enrichment, sports and summer college programs at the campus. This is also an opportunity to have all questions answered regarding Noble and that specific campus. Applications are distributed at the end of each session.
Admission Information Sessions are highly recommended so that you can see and learn about Noble for yourself. There are several sessions scheduled before the application deadline. However, if you cannot attend a scheduled session, you may also contact the campus and obtain an application at the school or by mail.
Drop-In Admission Tours
If 8th graders and their families cannot make it to Noble Street's November 9th AIS, they are welcome to drop in between 11:30am-12pm or 3pm-3:30pm on the following days:
Applying Online (*New)
New this year is our online application. 8th graders interested in applying to Noble Street College Prep for the 2017-18 school year can apply online if they prefer. Families who choose to go this route are still encouraged to attend an AIS so they can learn more about the school.
To apply online, please visit: noble.schoolmint.net/signup
Application Deadline and Lottery Procedure
Students are required to complete an application and submit it by the deadline in order to participate in the Lottery for enrollment. Once the application(s) are complete the applications are to be returned to their respective campuses by the deadline provided. Students who apply online should submitt their application online. If applications are received after the deadline, those applicants will be placed on the campus’ waitlist in the order they were received. The application deadline for the the 2017-2018 school year is Friday, December 16th, 2016. Applications must be submitted by 4:30pm.
If demand exceeds open seats, a blind lottery is held after the application deadline. Student test scores, grades, or special need information are not used in any way as part of the admissions process or lottery. The lottery is open to the public and conducted by drawing participants’ names from a rolling bin. Enrollment is offered to the first names drawn, until all enrollment spots are filled. Waitlist numbers are assigned in the same manner until all names have been pulled from the bin. Attendance at the lottery is optional and will not affect the outcome. If Noble Street has a lottery this school year, it will be held on Saturday, February 4th @ 9am.
Admission Notification Letters
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