Dean of Faculty and mathematics instructor Sandra O’Connor will leave Marlborough after 20 years of teaching.Read More
At the beginning of the year, co-presidents and founders of the Cooking for the Community club, Dani ’18 and Emily ’18 worked closely with Community Outreach Head Pamela Wright to add a service component to their club by pairing with different organizations throughout the year.
Marlborough School’s Campus Environmental Committee (CEC) wrote a proposal, approved by the administration on Thursday, Feb. 9, to stop selling water bottles on campus starting the week of April 22 (Earth Week).
Across the world, there are millions of summer opportunities for middle school and high school students. From community service trips in Peru to backpacking through Yosemite, the opportunities are endless. Marlborough girls participate in a variety of different trips over the summer.
Marlborough held its annual Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Physical education instructor Tinka Brown coordinated the event with the help of Red Cross representatives.
Honors Research in Science Program Head and Head Equestrian Coach Dr. Elizabeth Ashforth is leaving Marlborough after nine years of guiding juniors and seniors in research projects and leading the Mustangs to Interscholastic Equestrian League (IEL) championship victories.
The 10th Grade revealed its class banner at the All-School Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Marlborough will be gaining two new college counselors in the 2017-2018 school year. Director of College Counseling at Brentwood School Jawaan Wallace will join the Marlborough college counseling team; in addition, the School announced Brian Smith as the other counselor on Friday, Feb. 24.
With the Course of Study released last week for the 2017-2018 school year, you may have noticed there are several new classes in the new category of STEM+. These electives are the result of work the STEM+ committee, began last year.