Noble has delivered an outstanding public education to low income high school students in Chicago for more than a decade. With ten campuses serving more than 6,500 students, Noble is the largest and highest performing non-selective high school in Chicago. For the last three years, all Noble campuses with junior classes were ranked in the top ten of 116 open enrollment high schools based on ACT scores, and Noble outperforms many selective enrollment high schools in the growth that students achieve over their four years.
Noble’s population is 89% low-income and Noble campuses are located in many of Chicago’s most challenging neighborhoods, where there typically are no quality options for a high school education. Noble’s results prove what is possible in urban education – 98% of Noble graduates enroll in college and Noble’s college graduation rates are nearly eight times the rate of Chicago Public Schools.