Class of 2017...Read this important information regarding graduation.
Stop by Room E125 to buy a copy of this years Literary Magazine for $5. The magazine features original photography, poetry, and prose from sone of MRHS's most creative students.
The Marlboro HS PTSO is looking for assistance in the 2017-2018 school year. If you are interested in getting involved in continuing the PTSO traditions, email email@example.com or NJSemo@yahoo.com.
Any student who is taking AP Physics 1 next year can pick up the summer assignment from Dr. Malik in Room A231.
Any student who is taking AP Physics 2 next year must see Mr. Son in Room D208 regarding the summer assignment.
Any student who is taking AP Chemistry next year must see Ms. Glynn in Room E219 for the summer assignment.
Yearbooks are on sale in Room B109 until the last day of school for $110 cash or check.
Marlboro HS graduation is set for Thursday, June 22nd at 5 p.m.
Summer reading assignments are now available. Click here to view the required reading for your English course. If you are looking for assignments for other courses, please consult the teacher of the course prior to summer dismissal. If after summer dismissal, please consult the school's website or contact the school's main office.
Summer 2017 PARCC Testing Registration! If you plan to enroll in an online FRHSD IPLO approved mathematics course for Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II in Spring or Summer 2017, or attend the FRHSD Summer Academy original credit or credit recovery, you will have the ability to take the PARCC assessment for that math course when you are enrolled in the course. Click here for more information.
Student athletes from all six high schools make up the team
Mike Ellenberg won $500, plus an additional $1,000 to be donated to the school
Staff members from each high school were recognized at a luncheon on May 25th
Awards for outstanding actress, outstanding actor, and outstanding production were just some of the honors district schools won
Mr. Sampson was recognized for his dedication to improving the quality of education for all students
Marlboro High School received 22 nominations for its fall drama and spring musical
The Washington Post's annual rankings of how successfully schools challenge their students