Noble Victory Memorial Chapel

NOBLE VICTORY MEMORIAL CHAPEL: INSPIRATION MADE VISIBLE

A spiritual home and ceremonial setting

Noble Victory Memorial Chapel is modeled after Rheims Cathedral and seats 350. The chapel is the site of weekly Episcopalian services as well as the setting for school ceremonies. Its many stained glass windows, including a rose window above the altar, create an atmosphere perfect for quiet contemplation or joyful celebration. Adjacent to the chapel is The Columbarium, which contains cremation and memorial niches, a Memorial Wall, scattering grounds area, and a Wall of Honor recognizing alumni who lost their lives while serving their country.

Chapel

Built by and dedicated to those who served

The chapel cornerstone was laid in 1920, with construction guided by World War I veterans seeking to honor the many alumni who lost their lives in the war. Flags along the sides of the chapel represent United States allies in World War I, and a central flag memorializes the cadets who served in World War II. In 1998, the chapel was renamed Noble Victory Memorial Chapel of St. John the Divine in recognition of the Noble Foundation’s donation for chapel restorations.