See Yourself at Marlborough

At this school, you have every opportunity to see how good you can be at anything you want to pursue. Ask questions, explore with gusto, and learn more about the boundless opportunities for learning and leading in our fun, fearless, female community.

Unconditional Love
  • From the Desk of Dr. Sands

Letting go is gradual and well timed but it allows for the space of deeply knowing our children on their terms, not ours.

Feel The Marlborough Spirit

Q+A: Mia C. '18

The Race in America program takes students on a 17-day journey from New England to the American South for an in-depth dialogue regarding race relations from 1776 to the present day. Mia Coates ’18 has been invited as one of only 13 students to participate in the June trip.

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Trusted Advisors

Students are encouraged and empowered to build healthy and meaningful relationships with each other and with the adults in their lives, and one important way that this happens is through the school’s Advisory Program.

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 Entrepreneurial Spirit

This fall, students in Marlborough’s entrepreneurship class worked with two thriving women-owned businesses, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and SkinOwl, to help both businesses learn what their customers - Marlborough girls and others like them - need and want from the brands they support.

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Leading the Way

“It’s been my dream to run for All-School Council since I was in seventh grade,” says All-School President Lili B.‘18. “I wanted to be part of the change that could be made at Marlborough.”

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Q+A: Ellie P. '18

Ellie P. ‘18 is Marlborough’s Assembly Coordinator. In this role, Ellie leads the All-School Meetings, introduces speakers and class events, and helps with traditions, including Pumpkin Day, Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day, and Winter Fest.

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From Mentor to Marlborough

As a graduate student at the University of Southern California, Ponzio served as an Honors Research mentor, working with Marlborough girls. It was then she realized the determination that the Marlborough students brought to their work. “It’s so refreshing to see girls so passionately pursuing their dreams.”

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Play, Passion, Purpose

When a love of both tennis and golf - two fall-season sports at Marlborough - left Sydney B. ‘21 torn between which one to play this year, supportive teachers and coaches and her “can-do” attitude made it possible for her to pursue both.

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Shared Plates

Marlborough’s Cooking for the Community Club joined 100 other groups around Los Angeles in the fight against hunger, food waste, and unemployment by hosting meals in support of LA Kitchen.

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