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Noah Grimett

Claremore High School Teacher and Coach


Noah Grimett graduated from Claremore High School in 2018. He earned an Associates Degree in Arts at Seminole State University. He is now in his last year at RSU where he will earn a BA in Communications in Radio and Television. Noah’s entire family grew up in Claremore – from all the way back in the day of Lincoln School when his grandfather, Floyd Grimett played basketball and his grandmother, Dorothy White Grimett went there as well. 

Noah’s parents are Curkey Green as most people know him and his mother Michelle Adams who are both Claremore graduates. Noah is strong with Claremore pride and he carries his family’s name with honor.    

Coach Grimett is coaching the Quarterbacks and Offensive Coordinator for the Zebras and is also an Assistant Baseball Coach for the Zebras.  This is his 4th year coaching. During his playing time for the Zebras, he earned 5A-4 District Player of the Year in Football for 2017, District Player of the Year in Baseball in 2018, and also was a Lantow Award Winner for the Zebras. Noah also teaches Physical Education at Claremore High School.  Coach Grimett has 5 siblings that are all Zebras. 

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