Students stopped receiving comments on semester report cards and instead started receiving feedback from their teachers online via “official notes” on MyMarlborough last year.Read More
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.
Allison Ponzio is the new head of the Honors Research in Science Program.
After ten years of teaching at Marlborough, Elizabeth Vitanza is taking on the role of Head of the World Languages Department.
History & Social Sciences Instructor Jenna Corliss replaced History and Social Sciences Instructor Tom Millar as the new 11th Grade Level Dean this year.
The Campus Environmental Committee (CEC) chose Grace ’19 as their new member to represent the non-profit organization Grades of Green for Marlborough.
The Violets 101 program, an orientation for incoming seventh graders, was moved from the last week of summer break to the first two days of classes in order to increase attendance.
Marlborough introduced the Narrative 4 (N4) program to campus on Friday, Sept. 8 to promote Upper School bonding.