I am a middle school science teacher at Noble and Greenough School. I also coach boys middle school soccer and lacrosse. I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2004. My favorite camp activity is Rocks and Ropes (of course!), and I am looking forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!
I started working at the NDC Ropes Course in the summer of 2010. During the year I teach History at Thayer Academy. My favorite thing about camp is playing with the kids at Ropes.
Hi, my name is Chris, and I have been a camper at Nobles since 2007 and working here since 2016. I attend Xaverian Brothers High School. I keep coming back to Nobles simply because of the fun time it provides for both the campers and the counselors. Rocks and Ropes is definitely my favorite thing at camp because of the fun, unique experience it gives to the campers.
I have been working off and on since 2006 as an instructor in the Rocks and Ropes facility at Nobles Day Camp. When I’m not at camp, I am a full-time science teacher at the Galvin Middle School in Canton. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Miami University in Ohio and also has a Masters degree in science education from Lesley University. I live with my wife and two young children in Walpole.
I started working at Nobles in 2009. During the school year, I attend graduate school at George Mason, and I went to undergrad at St. Mike’s. My favorite thing about camp is climbing on the ropes course.
My “journey” with Nobles Day Camp started when I was around 8 years old. It was 2010, and I was entering the camp as a member of the 3s. I spent seven summers at the camp before participating in the CIT program. That was last year, making this my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. I am a Sophomore at Brookline High School. I usually say that my favorite thing about camp is the element of choice and/or freedom. As a camper, I always enjoyed having the ability to choose what I wanted to do in a specific block of the day. Having reconsidered what I like about the camp, I’d say that the community is what truly brings me back summer after summer. Every counselor and camper seems to be interwoven into a family that never fades. I have never stopped feeling welcomed and accepted at camp.
I started working at Nobles in the summer of 2018. I was also a camper here. I am a rising junior at Endicott College during the school year. My favorite thing about camp is meeting new people and learning new things about myself and others.
2019 is my first year working at Nobles. I just graduated from Thayer Academy, and next year I am going to Northeastern University. I am so excited to be working with the ropes staff and meeting all the campers!