'Politicized Masks' by Ela D. '24
If you ask our 530 students why they choose Marlborough, they’ll share 530 different reasons. That’s because there’s no “one way” to be a Marlborough student, which is just the way we like it.
An independent school for girls located in the heart of Los Angeles, Marlborough offers both a middle school and upper school program on our unified campus. With students coming from neighborhoods across the city - including as far as Pasadena, Pacific Palisades, and the South Bay - we embrace differences, seek commonalities, and prioritize kindness to positively impact each other and our community.
There's so much more to share, so we hope you'll ask questions and explore with gusto as you discover your unique reason for choosing Marlborough.
'Politicized Masks' by Ela D. '24
Catch them here on weekday mornings in February!
The Violets' Giving Circle's film and fashion fundraiser is Saturday, March 20. Find out more and get involved.
By Dr. Darren Kessner, STEM Program Co-Head and Computer Science Instructor
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Learn more about her remarkable tenure and plans for the search for our next Head of School
"Beyond the pandemic, this is going to offer our community an expansive way to approach teaching and learning."
Welcome to our new Director of Equity and Inclusion, Jenn Wells!
This series explores how students, teachers, parents, and alums are dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic, and how COVID-19 connects to other social, economic, and political issues facing our school, city, country and world.
On May 28 of this year, the Class of 2020 returned to the Marlborough campus for a graduation celebration like no other in the school's more than 130-year history.
Each year, select 9th - 12th grade students travel to NYC to play a concert together in Carnegie Hall as part of the WorldStrides Honors Performance Series. This year, Jeannie K. '23 was among the students invited to participate.
Arianna S. '21 first picked up a tennis racket at age four and began plauing competitive tournaments at age seven. Now Varsity Tennis team Most Valuable Player, Arianna enjoys both the competition and the team camaraderie.
December 10 was United Nations International Human Rights Day, the anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
In fall 2019, Marlborough's All-School production was Legally Blonde, a musical with music and lyrics by Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin and book by Heather Hach.
Jocelyn S. '23 has joined the cast of What the Constitution Means to Me, which played at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles from January 12 - February 28. Photo by Joan Marcus.
On November 25, 2019, as Mustang fans cheered for the Varsity basketball team in the Give Thanks Tournament against Hart High School, they also witnessed an exciting moment more than 16 years in the making.
Gaby C. '20 honored by Councilmember Ryu for her involvement in Marlborough's commitment to use 100% renewable electricity by 2030.
Avery C. '20 represented California as the state delegate at the Global Youth Institute as part of The World Food Prize.
A child's involvement in athletics should be about learning the life lessons that come with participating in sports.
"The exploration around our new daily schedule began the same way we approach all of our decisions as a school - with our students at the center," said Head of School Dr. Priscilla Sands.
Student-created clubs provide a place where students can unite around a common cause or interest, ranging from arts and culture to sports, STEM, and gaming.