Contractors have begun pouring the concrete foundation for our new academic building.
Orientation for new students: Monday, Aug. 28.
First day of school: Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Our students contribute hundreds of hours each year on community service projects.
Funding will increase access to engineering programs for underrepresented students
We need your support to put the most current 21st century science and technology into our students’ hands in earlier grades.
AMSA’s curriculum challenges students to achieve their excellence. We give our teachers the freedom to innovate and adopt diverse teaching methods. They create learning environments where it’s safe for students to make mistakes.
AMSA’s flagship science research program offers students the opportunity to conduct graduate school-level research in the 10th-12th grades.
MSA held a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 14 for a new academic building being built on its campus at 201 Forest St., Marlborough. (See video of ceremony)
Spanish National Honor Society celebrated Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), when families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a reunion.
6th graders in Ms. Lowenthal's and Ms. Deshpande’s math classes created Integer Timeline Project posters based on zero as the year of their birth. more photos
7th graders toured art galleries and experienced a demonstration of medieval arms and armor on their field trip to the Worcester Art Museum. Then they enjoyed an afternoon of roller skating at Roller Kingdom!
To prepare for Halloween festivities, Club Rome (AMSA's Latin Club) recently held its annual Fall Pumpkin Painting. Witching everyone a Happy Halloween! photos
6th-8th graders enjoyed the Lower School Fun Run on Monday! The fundraiser associated with the event raised more than $20k for the Imagine Capital Campaign. Fun Run photos
Mrs. Bowen's chorus class recently had two guests: Praveen Narayan and Sriharish Pingali, AMSA class of 2016, his student. They introduced the class to the tabla, a traditional Indian set of two drums. watch video
¡Feliz Mes de la Herencia Hispana! AMSA's Spanish National Honor Society has created a display in the White Building to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Watch this video to see the many talented Latinx figures honored in the display, from scholars and authors, to politicians, actors, musicians, athletes and beyond.