Welcome to Noble High School's Organizations. Within our various departments, students, parents and educators unite to help our students in their respective groups becoming greater members within the school and our community. We invite you to discover the wonderful organizations at Noble, and ask you to become active participants whenever you can!


Noble High Art Club gives young artists who find classroom time limited, the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the arts. The club introduces passionate artists to one another, inspiring creative ideas. The members explore the arts through media and social events, offering awareness for growth in the arts.


Band is a full school year commitment which includes many marching, concert and small ensemble performances throughout the school year. Students must be available to attend rehearsals starting at 7:00 a.m. each morning. Students will be expected to secure and monitor a personal planner to coordinate their personal activities with scheduled band activities and performances. Advanced musical, entertainment, leadership and teambuilding concepts will be presented that will prepare students to successfully continue their education and/or professional career, in a broad variety of subject matters and venues.


Bear News Network strives to bring you the latest information concerning Noble High School daily in an accurate and entertaining format. Your peers will be dedicating a large portion of their time to try to keep you informed. Currently we will be running one show titled Wake Up Noble High School. Every morning we will bring you announcements, sports, and news stories.


The mission of Business Professionals of America (BPA) is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic and technological skills.


Students in Choir are very busy performing and competing involving themselves in many concerts, performances at graduation, as well as, the many competitions all over the state.


DECA is a group of marketing & business students who come together to participate in school & community activities. DECA strives to teach students the importance of business techniques through hands on, real world experience.


The mission of the Bear Buddies Club is to help the community by participating as a group in volunteer opportunities that strengthen, beautify, and demonstrate team support for Noble citizens. Membership includes parents, students, and advocates of students with disabilities.


FCCLA is a nonprofit student organization designed to provide leadership experience, personal development, and community service opportunities for students enrolled in the Family & Consumer Science program and Noble High School. Activities include the Fall Leadership Meeting, participating in Star Events, a Food/Necessities Drive at Thanksgiving, Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army at Christmas, the State Convention, and various social activities.


PTSA is a district, state and national organization that fosters communication between parents, teachers and students. We are a part of "everychild.onevoice." We sponsor After Prom, Senior scholarships and Teacher Appreciation Week.


German Club promotes the enjoyment and appreciation of German language and culture among the students of Noble Public Schools. Students do not have to be taking German classes to be a member of German club.


Students involved are members of an international high school math society. The club promotes interest in mathematics, science and engineering among high school students. Students must have completed Algebra II and higher honors math courses with A’s and B’s to be eligible for membership.


National Honor Society is a national organization dedicated to academic excellence, service to the community, character and leadership. Membership is determined by grade point, attendance and participation in the many activities we schedule throughout the year.


Noble High School's Special Olympics Unified Sports is a program that combines athletes with and without disabilities, of similar age and ability, on teams that compete against other Unified Sports teams. Unified Sports is an important program because it expands sports opportunities for athletes seeking new challenges and dramatically increases integration in the community.


Students involved in Student Council and Leadership will study all aspects of leadership: self-awareness, leadership theories and styles, communication, organization, group processes, problem solving, and evaluation. The skills in Leadership class will be applied to school activities.


Academic Team offers students the opportunity to compete academically in a group of like-minded peers of similar talent with diverse interests. Whether your specialty is science, mathematics, fine arts or the humanities, your skills help build a more balanced team.