We invite you to learn more about us and to visit our classrooms soon.
Thank you for your interest in The Noble School.
The Noble School was created to serve families in the Beaches and Intracoastal West area with children from 6th to 12th grade who are struggling in school, have special needs, or who may otherwise be underachieving in their current program. Our enrollment is currently capped at 20 students in order to ensure that each student receives individualized instruction and support. We provide small group and one-on-one instruction for students with mild learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, processing disorders, high functioning autism, and Asperger's.
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"One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child."
-- Maria Montessori
Our Mission - A United Approach
The Noble School embraces the philosophy that the only way students can achieve their full potential is with dedicated support from both parents and teachers. Our staff works with parents to help them understand the importance of a consistent, organized, and disciplined environment for learning.
Our focus is on maintaining a quality program at all times. Students in attendance at our facility are expected to come to class on time and prepared for the day's subjects. Any student who consistently causes disruptions to the classroom and impacts the learning of other students will either be put on probation or asked to leave our program.
Students, parents, and teachers are all expected to work together for the benefit of the child. Learning does not end with the school day -- the home environment is as important to educational success, if not more so, than the classroom setting.
The Noble School is an independent private school in Jacksonville Beach, FL. We are not affiliated with any religious or government organization. We are not a charter school, or a part of the Noble Network schools in Chicago.