Noblesville High School

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Noblesville High School
18111 Cumberland Road
Noblesville, Indiana, 46060
United States
Coordinates 40°3′22″N 85°59′49″W / 40.05611°N 85.99694°W / 40.05611; -85.99694Coordinates: 40°3′22″N 85°59′49″W / 40.05611°N 85.99694°W / 40.05611; -85.99694
Type Public high school
Established 1996
School district Noblesville Schools
Superintendent Beth Neidermeier
Principal Jeff Bryant
Faculty 143
Grades 9-12
Number of students 2400+
Color(s)      Black
Athletics conference Hoosier Crossroads Conference
Nickname Millers

Noblesville High School is a public high school in Noblesville, Indiana, United States. Opened in 1996, the school is the third for the city. The first two are still in use today for the city with the last high school becoming Ivy Tech College. The school has approximately 2,400 students in grades 9 to 12 and is now (2014) the 10th largest in enrollment high school in the state of Indiana. The 2007-2008 school year marked the first year that Noblesville High School only supported grades 10 to 12 because of the Noblesville Freshman Campus, which opened in 2007 and closed in 2013. In 2014, the Freshman Campus was enlarged and became Noblesville East Middle School and the freshmen were then moved into the newly enlarged Noblesville High School main campus Now, grades 9-12 attend Noblesville High School Main Campus.


Noblesville is an original member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, one of fifteen schools listed as charter members in the IHSAA Handbook of 1928.

Noblesville has won seven state championships:[1]

  • Girls Basketball: 1986–87
  • Boys Golf: 1997-98, 1998–99
  • Girls Golf: 1986-87, 1987–88
  • Boys Track: 1912–13
  • Boys Baseball: 2014[2]


Several Honors and AP classes - as well as some ACP and ADP classes - are offered in each department.

The performing arts department includes an orchestra program, a band program which includes a marching band and a jazz band, a choir program, a music program consisting of music theory and history courses, and a Theater program with both acting and technical theater courses.

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