Noblesville Schools


Noblesville Schools educates 8,300 children from kindergarten to high school. There are six elementary schools, an intermediate school, a middle school and a high school.

In the past two years, seven of the district's nine schools have been named Four Star Schools by the Indiana Department of Public Instruction. Noblesville Schools is the 10th fastest growing school district in the metropolitan Indianapolis area. A new freshman center, intermediate school, and the seventh elementary school are in the building stages to accommodate the ever-growing Noblesville School System.

Advanced and enrichment programs exist at the elementary, intermediate, middle, and high school levels. Some of the clubs available to middle school and high school students include science, math, social studies, drama, computers, journalism, home economics, and foreign language. There are also a number of organized programs offered at the intermediate and elementary levels such as Young Astronauts and clubs focusing on computers, drama, math, and history.

Each school has a library media center staffed by a certified library media specialist and additional staff and all of Noblesville’s schools are equipped with at least one computer laboratory and technology support staff.

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