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Alexis Ott’s main ingredient for the Class of 2024 – resiliency

Alexis Ott mentioned it during her valedictorian address to her fellow members of Marlborough High’s Class of 2024 on June 2.

Marlborough cuts fifth grade band, orchestra from budget

During the meeting on May 28, the School Committee trimmed nearly $850,000 from its 2025 fiscal year budget.

Marlborough High’s Class of 2024 – ‘tremendous character’

For Principal Daniel Riley, the Class of 2024 was one of facing adversity – especially a pandemic – with “tremendous character.”

U.S. News and World Report ranks AMSA #4 high school in MA

AMSA ranked fourth out of 405 public high schools in Massachusetts for 2024.

Richer about to begin feasibility study phase

MSBA invited Richer to conduct a feasibility study with the MSBA to best determine whether the school could be renovated or rebuilt.

MHS staff say goodbye to beards following successful fundraiser

For three members of the Marlborough High School faculty, it was time to face the music. Read more.

Marlborough High to present annual fashion show

The clothing and textile students of Marlborough High School will present their annual fashion show of student work to be held on May 1.

Assabet students help build cube satellite for NASA

HUNCH is an instructional partnership between NASA and over 500 school districts throughout the entire U.S.

Assabet Principal Hollick announces retirement

After 32 years of working at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, Principal Mark Hollick has decided to retire.

Marlborough schools put on an (art) show

Visitors trudged through an early spring snow to warm up to a variety of media, from digital and video to graphic design and ceramics.

Assabet Valley receives donation of 2024 Ford Mustang GT

Assabet's automotive technology and collision repair program recently received a donation of a 2024 Ford Mustang GT, courtesy of Acton Ford.

Marlborough schools move forward with proposed $76.3 million budget

While Marlborough Public Schools (MPS) continues to negotiate with several unions, it will present its proposed budget for fiscal 2025.

Students learn about the business world at Career Expo

On March 21, dozens of high school students learned about careers in several fields at the second annual Career Expo.

Contract negotiations delay 2025 fiscal year budgets

Budget season for both the city and Marlborough Public Schools (MPS) has been delayed pending contract negotiations with several unions within MPS.

From trash to trousseau: Assabet senior takes part in worldwide fashion competition

Elliot Cosco was among 200 young aspiring designers, engineers and artists invited to compete in the Junk Kouture World Finals.

Assabet seeks to establish capital stabilization fund

The Assabet Valley Regional Vocational District is seeking another, more reliable way to pay for its capital projects.

Hillside honors NBA star, alum Terance Mann

On Friday, Feb. 16, Los Angeles Clippers' Terance Mann returned to the private boys’ middle school and was honored.

Marlborough school programs to address chronic absenteeism

According to MPS Superintendent Mary Murphy, 30.7% of all students were absent from classes for more than 18 days, or “chronically absent."

Vendors sought for Jaworek’s block party

Vendors are being sought for the block party at Jaworek Elementary School, which is set for Tuesday, June 4.

Search begins for new Marlborough school finance officer

Marlborough Public Schools has launched a search for director of finance and operations following the retirement of the current director