March 16, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the Marlborough Campus!
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.
March 16, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the Marlborough Campus!
Team wins 1st Place Inspire Award, Grace T. '20 and Sofia S. T. '21 become Dean's List finalists
3/7 & 3/14 @ 3:30pm and 3/8, 3/9 & 3/15 @ 7pm
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Proceeds will be granted by Violets' Giving Circle to local women and girls in need.
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"As we strive for Excellence as one of our core values, it is impossible without the diversity of community and ideas to achieve this lofty goal."
Claire B. ’20 began fencing when she was 10 years old. Earlier this year, she joined the U.S. Cadet National Team for the World Championships.
"Marlborough has benefited greatly from his strategic leadership in ways small and large that will continue to shape our school and students for generations to come." -Dr. Sands
New space and programming inspires students to think bigger, more creatively, and more collaboratively.
When teachers are able to pursue their academic passions, students also reap rewards.
“I’m excited for the possibilities,” she says. “And it doesn’t bother me that I have to work hard. I know I can get there.”
Manager of FlyawayHomes, an organization that works to assist Los Angeles’ homeless population by building permanent supportive housing funded with social impact equity.
Executive Director for Women's Empowerment International
Just this spring, Kimberley Baker Guillemet ‘96 was appointed to the Los Angeles Superior Court by Governor Jerry Brown, and she was officially sworn in at Marlborough!
Professor at Loyola Law School and President of the Los Angeles Ethics Commission
Sabaah Folayan ‘09 co-directed Whoose Streets?, a film that chronicles the birth of the moment for black lives in St. Louis, MO, following the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown Jr. at the hands of police.
by Sarah L. '18, All-School Communications Representative
A full slate of exciting and engaging guests and community members has made this new speaker series a rousing success.
After almost four decades of service to Marlborough, beloved teacher, coach, colleague, and friend Julie McCarthy Napoleon retires to continue her commitment to family, children, and community.
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.
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.
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.
“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.”
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.
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.”
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.
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.
Due to an increased interest in the program from seventh and eighth-grade students, Cosmos becomes Marlborough’s third robotics team, along with the Marlbots and Team Curiosity.
As her office gears up for another busy year of service learning, Community Outreach Program Head Pamela Wright shares life moments that inspired her work.
"Each day that I volunteer I hear parts of people's stories, and I am so inspired by the strength of the patients and their families."
The 2017 SPARC: A Celebration of Innovation showcased the talent and creativity of student programmers, designers, artists, entrepreneurs, roboticists, and collaborators.
Sophia D. '19 answers three questions about her work with Girl Up.
Upper Schoolers provide advice and an empathetic ear to Middle School students through new Peer Support Program
Eager to share their love of STEM, robotics students partner with local organization 9 Dots to provide workshops and mentorship to underserved girls.
A Q&A with Sheila Pauley, Marlborough's New Athletic Director
Alex designed a natural filtration system that would effectively maintain safe water chemistry levels for marine fish.
"It's normal to fail a couple of times, but it teaches you valuable lessons on what not to do."
"Basically, I have the best job in the world because I get to work with exciting, high-energy founders on their businesses, all day, every day."
"Don't do it for money or for fame. Do it because you love it."
Photographed for Vogue Mexico by Alberto Zanetti
"Marlborough taught me that success takes time, focus and lots of hard work."
Eden Jeffries founded Freeology, a wellness lifestyle startup that applies an integrated mind, body, and spirit approach, to provide services and resources in the areas of fitness, nutrition, and education.
Violets’ Giving Circle Raises over $60,000 for women and girls in Los Angeles
Marlborough presents Bonnie Blackman McClure '56 as our 2017 Woman of the Year.