High School: 9th–12th Grade

High school is an exciting time, dedicated to developing independent thinkers, collaborative workers, and honorable, compassionate citizens. At Noble, we challenge and encourage our students to strive for academic and personal excellence.

Beyond Traditional Curriculum

Beyond the required traditional coursework, students take dual enrollment classes with Manara University. This dual enrollment program allows them to graduate from Noble with almost enough credits to get an associates degree in Islamic studies. Alongside a rigorous Islamic studies curriculum and with a continuation in the individualized Quran plan, students also take dual enrollment classes through the local community college in their junior and senior years.

Traditional and AP Coursework

Noble students learn leveled coursework in math, English, and history. They also have the opportunity to participate in Advanced Placement (AP) coursework. AP classes challenge them academically and allow them to gain college credit while still in high school.

Personal Development & Service

We encourage all Noble students to participate in extracurricular activities—from athletics to the arts, Global Programs, student government, science clubs, leadership experiences, and much, much more—in order to explore new interests and hone existing talents. We also encourage students to apply to internships and complete 200 volunteer hours throughout their high school career. When a student graduates from Noble, we hope they continue to reflect the Noble values we worked so hard to instill in them.