Noble Minds in The News!

Read here about how we are serving all students and providing them with the skills to be successful. “Instead of them being penalized for being little humans, they’re going to be given coping skills and mechanisms to help them be little humans,” Amika Kali, Noble Minds parent.

We are moving!

Noble Minds will be moving to a new location for the 2018-19 school year! Our new building is located at 3333 S. Carrollton Avenue. We are excited to continue to our work growing little minds next year. Please contact us if you have any questions!

Back to School Fest from Shell

Shell is sponsoring a Back to School Fest for Orleans Parish students K-6 grade.  Please see the website below: http://nolabacktoschoolfest.org/index.html Parents need to register in order to receive school supplies/backpacks.

Dr. Triplett featured on Medium.com

Dr. Triplett featured on Medium.com

What Do Teachers Do After Leaving the Classroom? Dr. Vera Triplett, a 43-year-old former English teacher and counselor, hopes that her own forthcoming charter, the Noble Minds Institute for Whole Child Learning, can offer something that few, if any, of the others can: a school that can reverse “the school-to-prison pipeline and actually be a

Noble Minds Featured in The Hechinger Report

Noble Minds Featured in The Hechinger Report

Triplett founded the exploratory-learning program in New Orleans, where 39 percent of children live in poverty, with a focus on small-group learning and therapeutic play that’s hosted 15 youngsters this summer. Called Noble Minds, she’s also seeking a charter and hopes to open a school in the fall of 2016. “The kids spend some of

Noble Minds announced today that it will partner with FirstLine schools to offer their high demand Reggio-inspired program in the fall of 2015. The Noble Minds program will be available for selection on the universal school application (OneApp) during round two in April. The Noble Minds program has been running as a Popup School since the summer of 2014. The partnership with FirstLine will allow them to run a full day, full year academic program for 25 Kindergarten friends. For more information click on the contact icon or email Dr. Vera Triplett directly at vtriplett@nobleminds.org.