Noble Academy Columbus CYSP team went to Columbus International Festival

Posted on November 18, 2016July 10, 2017Categories NEWS

“In just a little more than an hour their passports were filled with stamps from countries around the globe. The four boys from the Noble Academy Columbus charter school learned how to write their names in Japanese. They watched children from India perform a dance to honor their heritage. They  discovered the smell of Jamaican curried goat. They now know that n Poland the word for peace is “pokoj.” And on their journey around the Columbus International Festival, the elementary school-aged boys added to the melting pot of different cultures. Bedri is Japanese and Turkish. Mohammed and halid are Somalian. Jimmy is Vietnamese. “Getting to know  each other has never been more important,” said Emre Ozyurek, a math teacher at Noble. “And we think being introduced to different cultures is one of the best ways to do that.”

CYSP at HSA Cincinnati

Posted on November 18, 2016November 18, 2016Categories NEWS

As CYSP  (Concept Young Scholars Program), we already finished 3 weeks of CYSP weekend school so far. We had 31 students every single  week. Students had “Reading time”, “Math and Science classes”, “Test Prep time”, “Progress Monitoring Meting” and “Activities

Noble Columbus is at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon

Posted on October 25, 2016October 25, 2016Categories NEWS

On Sunday, October 16th, sixteen CYSP scholars arose well before the sun. Despite the dark of the dawn hours, the students’ enthusiasm shone brightly as they set out to volunteer at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon. Armed with brooms, rakes, flashlights, and a positive attitude, the CYSP crew journeyed to Water Station #11, just past the 15 mile marker of the marathon. While there, our scholars passed out water to thirsty runners, and cleaned up discarded water cups to … Continue reading “Noble Columbus is at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon”


Posted on September 20, 2016October 25, 2016Categories NEWS

Weekend School The program requires weekend school for the 5th to 11th grades. Silver candidates must attend eight days and Gold candidates must attend twelve days. Weekend school is optional for bronze level students, but those students are more than welcome to attend. Weekend school can be organized by the school coordinator for the CYSP program or it can be organized by individual advisers. Weekend school should be 2 hours long in the middle school level and 3 hours long … Continue reading “WEEKEND SCHOOL”

Community Service

Posted on August 15, 2016October 25, 2016Categories NEWS

Community Service This requirement allows students to participate in activities that enable the student to “give back” to their community. All CYSP students should earn community service hours throughout the year.  Community service hours can be earned at school or an outside organization. Examples: Volunteer at a church, community center, or youth organization (tutoring, or events and programs) Students can earn community service hours at school events Help in various community relief events, (e. g., volunteering at a nursing home, … Continue reading “Community Service”

Peer Tutoring

Posted on August 15, 2016October 25, 2016Categories NEWS

Peer Tutoring Scholars who peer-tutor should complete this task at school. CYSP advisers should help their scholars set up peer tutoring sessions with younger grades. Each session must be 45 minutes to an hour in length. Examples: Tutor students in younger grades or peers at the teacher’s discretion. Tutor peers in robotics, technology, P.E., or any other subjects offered at the school. Logbook Entry: Advisers will enter peer tutoring information in students’ logbook as “Peer Tutoring”. Scholars must make sure … Continue reading “Peer Tutoring”