East Noble High School
|East Noble High School|
|901 Garden Street
|School district||East Noble School Corporation|
|Color(s)||blue and gold|
East Noble High School is a grade 9-12 high school located in Kendallville, Indiana, and is the only high school that is part of the East Noble School Corporation. It serves to educate the approximately 1,200 students from the cities and towns of Rome City, Brimfield, Kendallville, Avilla and LaOtto.
East Noble High School has its origins from the school consolidations that occurred in Indiana in the 1950s and 1960s, due to an act of the Indiana General Assembly. At that time, the high schools in Rome City, Avilla, and Kendallville were made into junior high/middle schools. In 1966, construction of East Noble High School was completed and the first class entered East Noble (also known as EN) that fall. East Noble's first graduating class was in 1967.
- Undefeated Wrestling Team 1985-1986
- Football team won State Championship in (2000-2001)**
- Football team won state runner (2003-2004)
- East Noble Marching Knights are a 16 time ISSMA State Finalist and placed 2nd at the 1985 State Finals
- East Noble Spell Bowl team won Hoosier Spell Bowl (state) in 1998.
- East Noble Show Choirs have been to ISSMA state every year that they have held the competition
- Worse lunch award (2013)
- David M. McIntosh, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1995-2001; Republican nominee for governor of Indiana in 2000
- Sara Engerman, former Miss Indiana, 1996
- Brad Miller, two-time NBA All-Star, Charlotte Hornets, Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers (attended East Noble for 3 years, but graduated at Maine Central Institute)
- Dr. Brian Allen, psychologist and traumatic stress researcher
- Amy Yoder Begley (1996), 2008 Beijing Olympic runner
- Ben Van Ryn, Former professional baseball player (California Angels, Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Toronto Blue Jays)
- School Snapshot
- Noble County Answer Book 2003
- Witwer guided News-Sun through many changes
- Liberty Intermediate School History