Marlborough School - An independent day school for girls grades 7-12



Marlborough alumnae form an extraordinary network of friends, mentors, and business and community leaders throughout the world who remain connected to their alma mater well beyond their years as students. No matter your distance in geography or years from the School, you are always a part of the Marlborough community.

Want to help? From volunteering in the Development or Alumnae Office, helping with the Annual Fund, planning your reunion events, and more, opportunities for involvement abound. If you are interested in learning more about these projects, Alumnae Council, Young Alumnae Council (formerly 15Y), Angel Fund, or hosting a Marlborough Meets event (regional alumnae gatherings) , we would be thrilled to hear from you, so contact us anytime at or via phone at (323) 964-8417.


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Alumnae Day 2017

Classes ending in a "2" or "7"

Don't miss out on Marlborough Alumnae Day 2017!

In addition to reuniting with your classmates and enjoying the festivities, come witness first-hand the beautiful new athletics and wellness facilities, including Booth Field, the Caryll Mudd Sprague Aquatics Center, state-of-the-art fitness center, and beautiful Alumnae Garden.

Friday, April 28
Morning at Marlborough
8:30 am - 11am
Alumnae can visit, sit in on classes, tour the new campus, and grab a snack at Cafe M.

Saturday, April 29
Alumnae Day 2017

10am - 2pm
A day to celebrate with your class!

Visit the Alumnae Day page for more information.

Featured Alumna

After graduating from Marlborough in 2009, Sabaah Folayan attended Columbia University as a premed student and earned a degree in biology. But with an interest in social issues she soon became active as a community organizer for non-profits and grassroots groups.

Now Sabaah is bringing a fresh perspective to urgent social issues through film and visual media, with her directorial debut film Whose Streets? premiering at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Supported by groups like Sundance Documentary Film Program, Tribeca Film INstitute, Ford Foundation, and MacArthur, Whose Streets? chronicles the experience of activists living in Ferguson, Missouri.

Recently spoke with Sabaah about her experience creating the film and her passion for its subject matter in the article Sabaah Folayan: You Don’t Need to Wait for Permission to Become an Activist.