View the Winter 2023 Varsity Sports Awards video here. Or click to go to specific team awards: 1:48 – Season Highlights – Mr. Jones, Athletic Director, 8:33 – Girls Track & Field, 21:08 – Boys Track & Field, 28:46 – Girls Basketball, 37:30 – Boys and Girls Swim, 58:38 – Boys Ice Hockey (Marlborough HS Co-op), 1:10:48 – Girls Gymnastics (Marlborough HS Co-op), 1:14:33 – Boys Basketball, 1:26:24 – Academic Awards
March 20-24, 2023
What You Need to Know
AMSA's Board of Trustees announced that Dr. Lisa Mobley will be the school's next Executive Director beginning July 1, 2023. announcement
Spring sports try-outs begin tomorrow, Monday, March 20. details schedule
AMSA’s SAT Prep Course begins Saturday, March 25 and runs through June 1st. This course is available to 11th and 12th grade students first. details
Winter Spirit Week RECAP! -- See photos below or on Winter Spirit Week page.
> Pajama/Balance Day -- Photos
> White Lies Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
> Character Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
> Green Out Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
Parent Coffee Hours - Please join us for coffee and a conversation to learn more about AMSA's building project. We will discuss the school's future plans over a warm cup of java and a light danish. In addition, we will also offer a tour of the campus to where the construction will take place and a look at our present science labs. We have scheduled two dates: Tuesday, April 4th at 8 a.m. and Saturday, April 8 at 9 a.m. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by completing this FORM.
AMSA's International Festival, hosted by AMSA PTO, is next Sunday, March 26, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hudson Elks Lodge indoor hall! The International Festival is an AMSA PTO tradition that showcases the many cultures and heritages in our school community. We look forward to seeing you there!
Attention all juniors! Plans for our spring field trip have been finalized! We will be going to Roger Williams Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island on Thursday, April 6th. xplore the many exhibits, learn about habitats, conservation, and countless other topics in the field of zoology. You will have the freedom to explore the zoo with your friends while checking in with chaperones throughout the day. Cost: $26 – please register on MySchoolBucks. Last Day for Sign Up: Wednesday, March 29th. If you have any questions, please seek out a class advisor!
Unfortunately, the Best Buddies Paint Night for this Friday, 3/24, has been canceled. Refunds will be given to those who registered online. We apologize for any inconvenience!
The Active Minds Club is holding a Mental Health Awareness Day in the Upper School on Friday 3/31. High school students are encouraged to wear green -- the color that represents mental health awareness. Club members will be at upper school lunches passing out green bracelets for those who would like one. Resources to learn more about Active Minds will also be available.
Do you observe Ramadan? During the holy month of Ramadan, if you are seeking an alternative setting during lunch, we'd love to welcome you into the Upper School counseling suite. You can use the space to speak with friends, relax, and/or reflect quietly.
- Monday, March 13 – Pajama/Balance Day -- Photos
Wednesday, March 15 – White Lies Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
Thursday, March 16 – Character Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
Friday, March 17 – Green Out Day -- Lower School Photos Upper School Photos
In honor of Women's History Month 2023, Ms. Arteaga's AP Spanish students researched Hispanic American women who were trailblazers in their fields. Students wrote biographies in both Spanish and English. Click here to see webpage with bios.
Students in Mr. Proulx's Modern World History course displayed their research for World War I in the course's annual "Connect War" project. Students were given three weeks to research and create projects ranging from models and dioramas to battlefield medical guides and propaganda posters. Each scholar put forth a great effort and made the project-based assessment memorable. See photo gallery
Two AMSA teams won championship rounds in the high school Northeast Regional Science Bowl at University of Connecticut on March 5. In each matchup, the teams go head-to-head answering fast-paced questions on biology, chemistry, earth science, energy, math and physics. Team members as seen in photo: Vatsal Patel, Darshan Giriraj, Ian Gifford, Jackson Molloy, Abhinav Divi, Akhil Divi, Vaishak Pulkayath, Gabe Hurez-Soler. Contact Dr. Mortimer if you'd like more information. photo
On February 25th, AMSA Science Bowl club members competed in the Northeastern Regional Middle School Science Bowl Competition at MIT. Srivibhu Piratla, Andrei Jadormio, Anikait Mazumder, Richard Yan and Darshil Selvaraj (left to right) went head-to-head with other teams answering fast-paced questions on biology, chemistry, earth science, energy, math and physics. All team members gained points and they held their own against the top schools in the Northeast. Contact Dr. Mortimer if you'd like more information.