by Car ’17 Why did you start running? I played soccer, and I was a varsity player in 9th grade, so they recommended that I…Read More
by Car ’17 and Charlotte ’19 Kate Grace ’07, who ran track for the Mustangs throughout her six years at Marlborough, competed in the 2016…
By Rachel ’19, Maggie ’18 and Emily ’17 Since the Boston Tea Party, America’s first well-known protest, public demonstrations have played an integral role in our country’s…
Marlborough girls know this scene well: the student body rushes out of an All-School Meeting amid the sounds of seniors worrying about college, juniors worrying about APs, sophomores worrying about becoming juniors, and so on down to seventh graders worrying about their math test.
The School is in the process of creating a position that would help students academically, emotionally and socially at Marlborough.
What is the origin of the pressure to spend on gifts? How do girls experience this pressure? What can be done to avoid spending too much on presents?
Facebook. Instagram. Snapchat. Twitter. Tumblr. Pinterest. LinkedIn. Google+. Most teenagers are familiar with these social media platforms.
Have you ever used the word “ratchet” or “hella”? Have you ever worn “tribal print” clothing? Have you ever “tried out” wearing your hair in cornrows?
Over the years at Marlborough School, the cell phone policy has evolved to reflect the ever-increasing usefulness of cell phones.