Noble Activities & Clubs

As an institution that is building leadership, we understand the importance of diversifying our student's social portfolio and real life experience. Our aim is to provide a wide variety of clubs, allowing our students the chance to get more involved in their school and their community.

Mock Trial

Be a part of a team, and compete against other schools in a courtroom setting. Mock Trial participants build on skills to convey information in a clear, concise, and logical manner. They learn to communicate persuasively, to advocate a position or a cause, to master legal terminology, and to develop keen listening skills.

Model United Nations

Model United Nations (MUN) participants get the opportunity to represent countries around the world and further their understanding of contemporary international issues. Participants are more prepared to be better global citizens through quality educational experiences that emphasize the collaboration and cooperative resolution of conflict. The goal of MUN is to develop civically engaged citizens who strive for peaceful, multi-lateral conflict resolution and equitable, sustainable human development.

Muslim Spelling Bee

Participants prepare for the Muslim Spelling Bee, a competition that is based on the concept of Surat Al-Alaq 96:1, with the sole objective of “connecting communities” through education.

National Science Bowl Club

Launched in 1991, the National Science Bowl® (NSB) is a highly competitive science education and academic event among teams of high school and middle school students who compete in a fast-paced verbal forum to solve technical problems and answer questions in all branches of science and math. Each team is composed of four students, one alternate student, and a coach. Regional and national events encourage student involvement in math and science activities of importance to the Department of Energy and the nation. Join our middle school (6th–8th grade) or high school (9th–12th grade) team today!

Peer Mediation

Students of the same age group facilitate resolving disputes between two people or small groups. This process has proven effective in schools around the United States, changing the way students understand and resolve conflict in their lives. Studies indicate that the implementation of peer mediation results in improvement of self-esteem, a reduction in disciplinary violations, and the development of critical thinking and listening skills. Most importantly, it promotes a school climate that is conducive to learning. These valuable conflict resolution skills transfer outside of the classroom.

Reading & Writing Club

Club members advocate the importance of literacy outside of the mandated school curricula. They promote events in which students can read and write creatively.

Student Government Association

Be the students’ voice in the academic, cultural, and social affairs of the school. Students elect SGA members annually from the student body. In addition to conveying student recommendations and sentiment to the faculty, staff, and administration, the SGA is responsible for shaping policies that affect student life.