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Rupal Patel has been announced as the next principal of Jaworek Elementary School, taking the role after 16 years in Marlborough.
The Hillside School has submitted a notice of intent to build an elementary school at the site of a barn that was destroyed last year.
Marlborough’s school superintendent search has come to a close, pending contract negotiations, with the selection of Mary Murphy.
There was a mix of individuals on hand for the CSF Scholar Bee held in the Apex Entertainment function room on April 29th.
Caleb Whelden of Westborough developed an interest in a cappella music while a high school student growing up in Nantucket.
Four area students were honored earlier this month after they secured congressional nominations to attend various US service academies.
The search for Marlborough’s next schools superintendent took a step forward last week with a slate of finalists for the role.
Students in a new cooking class at Marlborough High School received a welcome visit last week, before April Vacation this week.
Marlborough’s Sarah McKinnon and Hudson’s Kelsey True won the Good Citizen Award from the Daughters of the American Revolution recently.
Discussion continued on an effort to expand Marlborough’s Richer Elementary School, last week, at a City Council meeting.
This year’s graduation ceremony will be a single ceremony for all graduates for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic’s onset.
A number of MHS students will get free online SAT and AP test preparation help thanks to a recent donation from Quest Diagnostics.
The Assabet AZTECHS robotics team recently won recognition for its creativity in a competition held in Waterville, Maine.
A nearly $250,000 grant will let Assabet buy new equipment to strengthen its metal fabrication and welding programming.
Twelve MHS students won a total of twenty medals at this year’s Business Professionals of America state leadership conference.
School officials sent a letter to the state last month asking that it not use attendance in its 2021-2022 accountability assessments.
The search for a successor to Michael Bergeron took a step forward earlier this month when the School Committee created its search committee.
Marlborough Public Schools students and staff returned to classes today with the option to remove their masks.
Marlborough is bringing back an internship program for local college students. Nearly a decade old, the program paused in 2020 due to COVID.
MARLBOROUGH - Marlborough has joined a statewide coalition to encourage more students to enter into early college programs. The Massachusetts Alliance for Early College (MEAC)...