Our vision at Nobel is to cultivate creative and innovative students who shine in their noble character, practical skills and physical mastery to supplement their academic excellence.

It has been repeatedly found in scientific researches that increased involvement in out-of-classroom activities positively correlates with improved academic achievement (Streb, 2009), personal development (Ewing et. al., 2009), self-confidence and emotional independence (Elliott, 2009), leadership development (Haber & Komives, 2009), and increased employability (Albert et.al., 1994; Rearson et. al., 1998; Causer, 2009).

The selected co-curricular activities in Nobel offer a wide variety of physically and mentally stimulating experiences for the students. More importantly, these activities will not only add to their skill sets and growth, but will also open doors to leadership positions through people management and real-life problem solving in their respective clubs and societies. In addition, through co-curricular exposure, there will be increased career pathway choices in the future.

Our final aim is to build achievers, champions, innovators and contributors to the community and the nation.