• Welcome to MHS!

    Student Instructional Day - 7:20 a.m. to 1:55 p.m.



    Dear Parents and Students,


    Welcome to the 2017-18 school year! I hope that you have all had a relaxing and enjoyable summer, and that you are enjoying your remaining weeks of vacation. We look forward to an exciting school year and to meeting you on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. Although the summer is a very busy time in a school getting everything just right for the next school year, it’s not the same without the students.

    Every adult at Marlborough High School is committed to your success, and we will do everything that we can to support you and your growth and development into mature, responsible, and thoughtful young adults. Our school is a vibrant place founded upon core values of mutual respect, teamwork, problem-solving, creativity, and responsibility.

    Please review your child’s schedule using the Aspen family or student portal on the MHS webpage so that they are familiar with their HR assignment before the first day of school. I have a strong belief in maintaining an open line of communication between the school, home, and the at-large community. As such, I will keep you updated regarding timely and relevant information through the use of the MHS website, Aspen, Twitter, our new Mobile App, Blackboard Mass Notifications and SchoolMessenger. In addition, I hope to hear some of your feedback throughout the year through the use of school surveys, our School Council, Open Houses, and other events I will arrange during the school year.



    Signature of Charlie Caliri

     Charles D. Caliri, Principal

  • Mission Statement


    Marlborough High School is a respectful and comprehensive 21st century learning environment. We communicate effectively, think critically, collaborate productively, and solve problems efficiently. We provide equal access to educational rigor and commit to success for all students.


  • Academic Expectations


    Students will:

    • Communicate using verbal and written skills for a range of purposes.

    • Gather, analyze, and evaluate information from a variety of sources.

    • Collaborate to achieve a common goal. 

    • Apply knowledge to solve problems in conventional, creative, and innovative ways.

    • Demonstrate media and technology literacies. 


    Social Expectations


    Students will:

    • Demonstrate respect for self, peers, staff, and environment.
    • Be responsible for their own decisions and behavior. 


    Civic Expectations


    Students will:

    • Participate in school and community life.

    • Understand local and global implications of civic actions.


  •   District Nondiscrimination Policy

    It is the policy of the Marlborough Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its education programs, services, activities or employment practices.