Marlborough Summer School Registration is now open!
Registration for Marlborough Summer School is now open! We are proud to offer a wide variety of enrichment opportunities designed to inspire, challenge, and excite girls and boys to discover new talents and build on existing ones. Offered from June 26 - July 28, the five week program welcomes all students entering grades K through 9 in Fall 2017.
The Marlborough Summer School program emphasizes Art, Smart, and Heart. Art classes will teach students to express themselves through dance, painting, and music. Smart classes will reinforce skills, challenge students' abilities, and take them beyond traditional classroom learning. Heart classes will get students moving to develop their physical selves and improve their overall wellbeing.
Check out the 2017 course catalog on MarlboroughSummerSchool.org. Some classes are designated by grade, others by ability. Dates for classes are included in their descriptions with the earliest classes begin at 8:15 a.m. Before School Care is available beginning at 7:00 a.m. and After School Care ends at 5:00 p.m.
In addition to the Summer School program, we offer a Leadership Week for girls and sports camps.
Leadership Week is for girls entering grades 6-8 in Fall 2017. This special week helps girls to build confidence and experience activities that will help them become leaders. This workshop is has very limited enrollment. For Summer 2017, we will offer two sessions, June 12 - 16 and June 19 - 23, 2017.
Marlborough Summer School will also offer one-week day and evening time sports camps from June 19 - June 23, in addition to classes during its regular summer session. Sports camps include basketball and volleyball.
Reserve your tickets for Marlborough's 2017 All-School Play Peter and the Starcatcher, showing 11/2 @ 3:30 p.m., 11/ 3 & 11/4 @ 7 p.m.
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