The two Marlborough robotics teams, the Marlbots and Curiosity, have had a successful season with the Marlbots winning the Inspire Award at Interleague on Sunday, Feb. 5, and the Alliance Captain award at Regionals on Sunday, Feb. 26.Read More
Car ’17 will receive her Girl Scout Gold Award for her work with the Veterans Home of California, West Los Angeles (CalVet), at the Pasadena Civic Center on Saturday, June 3.
This year 66 Marlborough students took home 133 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Of these students, 13 won gold keys and will now move on to be considered at the national level.
Since the 2016 Presidential election, cities and streets across the country have been the sites of national protests, speaking out against and for President Trump and his administration.
Psychologist, performer and poet, Dr. Michael (Mykee) Fowlin stirred strong reactions among the Marlborough student body.
On Saturday, Feb. 25, around 20 Marlborough students and their fathers channeled their green thumbs as they built raised garden beds, among other community-related activities, at El Sereno Middle School.
On a brisk day on the morning of Friday, Jan. 20, American businessman Donald J. Trump officially accepted the Office of President of the United States.
According to Director of Enrollment Management Jeanette Woo Chitjian, 7th Grade application numbers have risen from last year’s dip as Marlborough’s culture shifts towards an emphasis on innovation and authenticity in the 2016-17 school year.
History and social sciences instructor Dan Lynch presented his research on object analysis as a way to teach history to all skill levels to a panel at the American Historical Association Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado on Saturday, Jan. 7.