Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Cookie has been missing from her home on Longfellow.
This sweet girl named Cookie has been missing, and her family misses her. Cookie was last seen near the high school in Marlborough, specifically Worcester Street. Her home is on Longfellow Terrace. She is friendly, 12 years old, small and not waering a collar. She is also very vocal. If you see her of have any information, please contact Cookie's parent, Jaime.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
The third term honor roll is listed here.
Friday, May 3, 2013
We have the list of the 2013 Third Term Honor Roll for Marlborough High School
Editor's Note: The following information was submitted by the Marlborough Public Schools and contains all the high school honor roll students for the Third Term. Marlborough High School Term 3 Honor Roll: High Honors Grade 12 Alicia Aquino Joseph Babcock Laura Bailey Natalie Boles Jennifer Bombard Caroline Brassard Celina D'Amico Colin Davis Clarence Forman V Selena Giroux David Goguen Alexandra Grimaldo Tiana Hendrix Caroline Loveland Anna McCabe Brianna McCormack Jessica Merritt Nicholas Mosca Lindsay Parks Kayleigh Parravicini Kimberly Pena Maida Sarah Purcell Lauren Rae Gennessis Raymundo Christopher Syers Marlborough High School Term 3 Honor Roll: High Honors Grade 11 Shannon Barlow Jordan Brown Justine Butler Rachel Dass Nicholas …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Marlborough Patch caught up with some of Marlborough High School's senior's on National Decision Day.
National Decision Day took place May 1 with high school seniors making their final decisions on what college they will attend in the fall. The Class of 2013's Valedictorian Chris Syers has chosen Notre Dame while Salutatorian Joe Babcock has chosen the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Marlborough Patch caught up with other seniors to find out where they had decided to go to school. This year, 295 seniors are set to graduate with Scott Brown as the commencement speaker on June 2. Brown was asked to speak by graduating senior Alex Pelletier.
Thursday, April 4, 2013
The Marlborough High School has one warning status from the New England Association of Schools & Colleges remaining.
The Marlborough High School has achieved re-accredidation and has had a warning status removed. "We are extremely pleased to receive such good news," said Interim Superintendent Dr. Steven Dlott in a press release from the district. The New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC) Committee on Public Secondary Schools unanimously removed the warning status, according to the press release. The school has one remaining warning status of "Standard on Assessment of and for Student Learning" that the committee would consider removing pending more information on the implementation of school wide rubrics. The committee cited changes to the delivery and flexibility of the English Language Learners program, the growth of STEM Early College…
Students at the high school are embracing their first graduation speaker in over 10 years.
Students at Marlborough High School are enthusiastic about their first graduation speaker in over a decade after Scott Brown agreed to speak at commencement. "I ran through a list of people in my mind that would be all-around acceptable to the student body ... someone who has meaning to people and is widely accepted," said Senior Alex Pelletier. "Scott Brown came to mind as a respected person in the local community. A lot of people think he is a great person and I agree." Brown will speak at the school's commencement on June 2 after Pelletier contacted him with a list of students who had signed on asking him to speak. Having a speaker will add to the day, said Pelletier who independently decided to secure a speaker for the ceremony. "You …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
A group of Marlborough High students won a state-wide aviation engineering contest and received an award from Lt. Governor, Tim Murray.
Calling themselves team "WingIt," a group of Marlborough High School students received a first-place prize Tuesday in a state-wide aircraft engineering contest. Winning the contest for three years in a row, the team will travel to Washington DC later in April to pit their design against more than 100 schools from across the country. "This is a real world experience most students our age don't get the chance to have," Ben Shepherd, a member of the team, said. In this year's contest, teams competed to design an unmanned aerial vehicle that could locate people in need of rescue with on-board cameras. "Having people who pursue engineering is good for Massachusetts," Lt. Governor Tim Murray said during the event. Murray presented the …
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Scott Brown is going to be the commencement speaker for Marlborough High School.
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Two Marlborough High teachers were among 15 teachers recognized throughout the state.
Editor's Note: The following information was submitted by the Marlborough Public School District. Marlborough High School English teacher Jose Reyes and science, technology and engineering teacher Kathleen Richov were recently two of just 15 advanced placement (AP) teachers throughout the state to be named “Teachers in Excellence” by Mass Insight Education and Partners in Excellence. Teachers in Excellence are recognized for their exemplary contribution to student success through their involvement in and support of the Mass Math + Science Initiative’s (MMSI) work to increase high school AP course participation. MHS has been a four-year participant in Mass Insight Education’s Mass Math + Science Initiative (MMSI), the state’s largest …
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown will give the commencement address at the Marlborough High School commencement.
A student petition has successfully landed Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown to give the commencement address at Marlborough High School on June 2. “I am truly honored to have been chosen by the Marlborough High School Senior Class as their Commencement Speaker. I look forward to the opportunity to meet the students and their families to help them celebrate this special day,” said Senator Brown in a release from the mayor's office sent out Tuesday. Students in the Class of 2013, led by Senior Alex Pelletier, led the charge to secure Brown as the speaker. “Alex is an impressive young man and I was thrilled to support his and his fellow classmates efforts. Everyone remembers their high school graduation and I’m heartened to see the Class of …