Money should never get in the way of any student having the opportunity to take an AP course, but money is necessary to make the AP exam itself successful.Read More
As a school community, we should try to embrace the different ways in which others contribute to conversations and focus on the value of being surrounded by people who think and interact with the world in different ways.
This foolish decision by the Trump Administration is not only detrimental to the well-being of these immigrants, but to thea prosperity of the American population and the economy as a whole.
Marlborough’s Fantasy Football club allows teachers and students to bond over their favorite players.
The Cooking for Community club hosted a brunch called Shared Plates at Head of School Priscilla Sands’ house to raise money for LA Kitchen on Sunday, Oct. 8.
Dorrit ’19 shares her love of Christmas music and offers suggestions to liven up your holiday season playlist.
Students stopped receiving comments on semester report cards and instead started receiving feedback from their teachers online via “official notes” on MyMarlborough last year.
For the International Day of the Girl, the Young Alumnae Council, made of alumnae who have graduated in the last 20 years, hosted a breakfast for all students on Wednesday Oct. 11th.
There are many new additions to the Marlborough Community this year. Here are several introductions to the new staff that have arrived this year.