As outlined in the Enrollment Policy, AMSA has moved the proof of residency requirement to the Registration step. After the lottery, if you are offered a seat you will be required to upload proof of residency and sibling status with the Registration document. This information will be verified before the student can be enrolled.
Online applications for the next school year will begin in late fall and will be posted on the AMSA website. Please review the Enrollment Policy document before submitting an application.
Any families eligible for sibling status must submit an application or the student will not be considered for an available opening and/or lottery. Applications do not carry over from year to year, you must submit a new application. All applications must be received by the posted closing date. Please contact email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
In-person tours of AMSA, focusing on the Lower School where grades 6-8 are located, are scheduled periodically in the fall and spring. See Tours/Info Nights page for details. The tour guides are AMSA high school students who are happy to answer any questions you may have. The Registrar is also available for questions at the tour sessions. Please arrive at the 201 Forest St building promptly at 4:00 p.m. The tour is typically 40 to 50 minutes in duration. Currently, we are not scheduling any in-person tours, but you can view a virtual tour of the Lower School.
Marlborough residents have free bus transportation. The Marlborough routes are published in August on the Transportation page and in the MetroWest Daily News . Private busing rates will be emailed and will also be published on the website. Please contact Lynn McCluskey at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding transportation or car pool directory.
Land’s End and Tommy Hilfiger are our suppliers of the AMSA school uniform. Please contact Dean of Students Anthony Montesion at email@example.com regarding any uniform questions, or go to the Uniforms page, where you'll find complete information about the dress code and links to vendors.
Yes. AMSA is an MIAA-member school competing in the Colonial Athletic league. We have 40 different teams spread throughout 23 Varsity programs. AMSA student-athletes in all grades can participate at varying levels of Varsity, Junior Varsity, Freshman, and Middle School offerings. For more information and registration forms, go to the Athletics page.