In response to the pandemic, we developed a comprehensive remote learning strategy that gives students a full program of academics, intensive counseling support, virtual activities such as clubs and grade level meetings, and athletics following state guidelines.
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 and AMSA PTO host the 2021 AMSA Golf Tournament at the Marlborough Country Club on Tuesday, August 10, 2021. The annual golf tournament is a fundraiser to benefit AMSA students. This year's proceeds will benefit AMSA's Science Research Program.
Whether you are looking to be a corporate partner, volunteer your time, connect with fellow alumni, or show your support with a gift, we offer many ways to be part of the wide AMSA community and help us fulfill our mission.
Athletic Department staff and coaches work to create opportunities for student-athletes to learn skills and lessons that transcend what the every-day AMSA student learns in the classroom -- leadership, teamwork, respect, sacrifice, dedication, enthusiasm, attitude, and mental and physical toughness chief among them.
AMSA’s flagship science research program offers students the opportunity to conduct graduate school-level research in the 10th-12th grades.
Great results at MSDL Speech Debate and Congress State Tournament!
For all caretakers - What to expect and how to handle the full return to school
We understand that many people will be traveling over the Spring break.
The April/May lunch menu is now open for all orders.
Sign up to play and invite your friends and family!
Students heard valuable career advice from local corporate human resources experts.
Congratulations to 25 students inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica!
We are thrilled to share with you some exciting news about our current facilities!
They were able to record all of the vocals for the singing portion of Disney's Frozen KIDS.
We are excited to announce the launch of two new websites
Who to contact for remainder of 2020-21 school year
MIAA mental health workshop, MIAA approves spring season
AMSA A Cappella has not let the pandemic stop them
The competition was fierce for the Marlborough Cup
AMSA parent Tracey Carpenter led the cookie decorating
We return to a full-time (5 full days per week) in-person learning program April 28 - June 16.
Participate in a weekly Parents Supporting Parents group
AMSA Fencing club needs to add lacrosse shoulder pads and gloves to their equipment supply.
AMSA National Honor Society is collecting items to provide to foster homes for children in need.
Make a thank you card for a healthcare worker and show your gratitude!
AMSA Operation Smile is holding a donation drive until March 15.
Join AMSA PTO for a day at Fenway!
This is the largest qualifying group in AMSA history.
AMSA Volleyball is back!
The Office of Public School Monitoring reviews each district and charter school every three years.
Details coming soon about registration, sponsorships, and more
Students meet community need while vying for "Marlborough Cup”
We have decided to move forward with the Fall “II” Athletics season!
Congratulations to junior Sruthi Kurada for receiving a 2021 Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) National Honorable Mention!
The school’s report card is designed to show families how our school is doing in different areas.
School counselors share their favorite quotes
Here’s some of the action at Thursday’s Boys Basketball JV game against Maynard at ForeKicks.
The Boys Basketball Varsity team battled Maynard at ForeKicks.
Watch the livestream recording of tonight's Virtual Family Forum here
AMSA will continue with remote learning for the third term of the school year.
Congratulations to the top scoring Lower School students who participated in the AMC 8 last November.
They offered valuable insights into college life, tips on choosing a college, and much more.
We are excited to offer a series of free virtual Zumba, Yoga, and Martial Arts classes available to anyone in the AMSA community.
The holidays aren’t over at AMSA! The UNICEF Club just finished its winter fundraiser.
Rachel Bibiu was busy this holiday season giving back to her community while representing AMSA and the MIAA.
Alumni answer questions about preparing for college, college life, and more.
The 6th Grade Hiking Club enjoyed an invigorating hike at its first outing last weekend.
Presented to an Athletic Director who demonstrates dedication and commitment to interscholastic athletics.
Today's sports-themed "Win-It Wednesday" was a homerun... and a touchdown... and a goal.
Cold outside? No matter, we’re still dressing Tropical for Spirit Week! (With a few leftover Holiday outfits thrown in.)
Find out about AMSA's comprehensive ELL program.
Featuring everything from singing and dancing to playing musical instruments to solving a Rubik's Cube one-handed!
Congratulations to senior Kirstin Hailey, AMSA Girls Tennis Captain, for signing a national letter of intent to continue her tennis career at Division 1 Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, where she will study Civil Engineering.
Thank you to all of the panelists who joined the "LGBTQ Leaders in STEM Panel" discussion, sponsored by the Marlborough STEM Council!
Members of AMSA's Leaders of Tomorrow club dropped off over 100 jackets for needy families.
Special Education team offers a full inclusion model to go where needed.
If you have a child entering grades 6-9 next year, learn more about AMSA at our Virtual Information Nights.
Here is the livestream recording of tonight's Virtual Family Forum.
Article about the Marlborough Soup Kitchen recognizes the awesome support of our students.
Panelists at this week’s “Black Leaders in STEM” event hosted by AMSA tackled a variety of topics.
Congratulations to all the students inducted into the National Honor Society tonight.
About 15 members of Leaders of Tomorrow volunteered and learned teamwork.
AMSA’s Rosie Martinez and Hudson’s Rachel Korowski ran neck and neck throughout yesterday's 5k race.
AMSA has won a 2020 College Success Award from GreatSchools.org!
Quarantine isn't stopping the Quiz Bowl team! On Saturday, three players were actually able to play a tournament in Texas
When campus reopens, you’ll see a beautiful new sitting area in front of the Upper School!
We are so excited to welcome our students classes!
Recognizes students who demonstrate proficiency in English and any other language.
We are proud and excited to announce that four AMSA students are recipients of the 2020 Award for Aspirations in Computing from the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing.
What happens when we dream? Why do we get tired? These are some of the neuroscience topics Upper School students taught to 7th graders.
We are proud to announce that eighth grader Manu (Nick) Prabakaran earned 2nd Place in the annual National History Day Massachusetts competition!
Variations of the traditional color wheel made with items from home.
Ms. Terrill shared a glimpse of her home “art classroom” complete with her furry teacher’s assistant!
Livestreaming is one of the ways (though not the only way) that AMSA teachers are providing flexible learning opportunities for their students.
We’re still committed to working hard to support all of you
History Teacher Mr. Proulx is just one of our teachers adapting to remote learning.
Computer Science Teacher Ms. Stanley reports great success connecting with students and keeping everyone on common ground
The English teachers have started a virtual book club on Instagram for AMSA’s community of readers.
The first recorded Viking raid was in the year 793. The most recent recorded Viking raid was... just the other day at AMSA.
Officers of AMSA’s Black Student Union share why Black History Month is important and why they celebrate it.
World War I came to life last week in Mr. Proulx’s freshman honors World History class!
Ms. Jagielski explains the ins and outs of backs in the Lower School.
This is not your traditional guidance office.
Mr. Anderson’s 7th grade history students experienced life in the feudal system of the Middle Ages.
AMSA’s Diderot Society has launched a new website featuring the first installment of its Edward R. Murrow Podcast.
6th graders in Ms. Protano’s phys ed class have been learning the basics of field hockey… offense, defense, positions, strategy, and of course, having fun!
This week’s "Take What You Need” campaign is showing how a little can go a long way.
Together against bullying and united for kindness
Mr. Peters challenged his Gr 7 Algebra students with a “bowling” game of sorts.
Mr. Hill’s 9th grade English/Literature class is learning different “literary lenses” to analyze texts
Today all Middle School students participated in the annual Middle School Math Olympiad during their math classes.
The evening featured student performances, speakers, and awards.
JCL gives out friendship bracelets attached to Latin quotes.
MSA students earned many medals on the national French, Latin and Spanish exams this spring!
2019 Senior Awards Night included academic awards, club recognitions, performances, and more!
AMSA senior Soleil Kelly has received a 2019 Aspirations in Computing Award!
The Class of 2019 rode off into the late morning sun today!
Tributes to the Class of 2019 by underclassmen, faculty, and staff!
Students in the Technovation Club, CS GEMS Club, and CS GENTS Club presented mobile app prototypes to parents, faculty, and other invited guests.
The students are part of a new, unique collaborative project with Sunovion.
After months of hard work, students in AMSA’s Science Research program proudly displayed their projects.
On Monday, the team competed in state math league championships and placed a clear first in the small schools division.
Pi Day is today (Mar 14 or 3-14), a day to celebrate the mathematical constant π.
AMSA’s Middle School Math Team took 3rd Place at the third annual Pi Day Math Tournament held at WPI on Saturday!
Ribbon-cutting celebration today formally marked Thermo Fisher Scientific’s donation of a new Phenom ProX.
A fascinating interdisciplinary project between Latin and Art classes is examining the concept of “self.”
Not many high school students have the opportunity to learn how to use a state-of-the-art electron microscope.
Thermo Fisher Scientific led a class discussion today about how scanning electron microscopes work and their many uses.
Make way for the Progressives! Students in Ms. Murphy’s AP US History class took on the identities of key Progressive Era figures
Students learn the history of soap and the chemical process of making soap.
Freelance writer and playwright, Ryan Cashman, came in to speak with Ms. Naughton’s 7th grade English classes.
In Mr. Stonebraker’s Honors Physics lab, students were encouraged to make waves – with strings.
2012 AMSA graduate and author Jennifer Yu graciously spent the day on campus speaking with students during English classes about her journey to becoming an author.
Stay Positive. Believe in Yourself. Peace. Happiness. Be the Best You.
The question is whether a coffee filter laden with paper clips can reach Terminal Velocity in the Upper School lobby.
Enjoy the speakers, performers, and more at the 8th Grade Step-Up Night!
Ms. Cloutman’s 9th-11th grade art students turned the campus into a Street Art gallery this week!
Ms. Bartolini has taken hundreds of historical people, places, and events from 8th grade history and brought them to life with her own unique version of Magic the Gathering.
We’re proud of all the students honored at last week’s World Language Ceremony!
Dr. Clarage’s 8th grade physics class spent some time outside yesterday measuring electrical potential?
8th graders in Mr. Gordon’s class recently completed a unique health project that combined words and art.
here were so many inspiring stories at the Class of 2018 Senior Awards Night!
Mr. Brandes’ 8th grade Physics class spent the last two weeks building bridges… literally.
Designing Roman pets for year-long project called "Quis ego sum" (Who am I).
Upper School students held the competition for 6th and 7th graders.
Ms. Protano’s 6th grade phys ed students worked in groups preparing dance routines.
Mr. Fuller lectured on a Church and its three layers of history underground before entering, as the AMSA Rome trip continued.
At Science Night this week, 10th-12th graders involved in AMSA’s renowned science research program presented their latest research projects.
History students are visiting The International Museum of World War II in Natick today.
Each day during morning announcements, a student says "good morning and have a great day" in a different language.
Students turned themselves into human lists of unordered numbers to be sorted by a “wizard” using different algorithms.
Human scavenger hunt helps break the ice
Students passing by were free to grab positive affirmations.
Congratulations Class of 2021 and best of luck next year in the Upper School!
Ms. Rajagopal’s 6th grade computer science students are finishing their final robotics projects.
Congratulations to 25 AMSA Lower School students who earned medals and certificates.
Latest photos from our students touring World War II historical sites in Europe!
Ann Matteson coached Technovation students on how to deliver effective presentations.
AMSA’s six-member team came from behind to defeat Mass. Academy of Math & Science in a close contest.
That energetic music you heard was Spanish teacher Karin Heisler leading a Zumba class.
The Technovation Club, Business Club, and CS GEMS and GENTS Clubs learned about product development from Trustee Lucy Ferrante.