Contents 1 History 2 Academics 3 Notable alumnae 4 Notable faculty and staff 5 Pop culture mentions 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] Mary Caswell, a young teacher from Maine, founded Marlborough in 1889 as the St. Margaret's School for Girls.[3] In 1890, the school adopted the Marlborough name and moved from Pasadena to the rapidly-growing city of Los Angeles. Caswell led the school for decades until 1924, when Ada Blake (recruited from Louisville Collegiate School) assumed leadership of the school. Blake expanded the curriculum substantially and the School gained a reputation for providing young women with an uncommonly rigorous education. By the 1960s, the School was supported by a healthy foundation and an active board of trustees, who hired William Pereira and Associates to design new buildings for the school. The increasingly prominent Los Angeles business community actively supported the school in the later half of the twentieth century, and local titans including Robert H. Ahmanson and Charlie Munger gave generously. In 2015, Dr. Priscilla Sands was named head of school. Dr. Sands comes to Marlborough after a distinguished career at the Agnes Irwin School and the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, both independent schools in the Philadelphia area.

Academics[edit] The student-to-teacher ratio at Marlborough School is approximately 8:1, lower than the national high school average of 11:1 and the average public school student to teacher ratio of 16:1.[4] This ratio enables Marlborough to offer over 156 courses. Over 80% of faculty members have more than ten years of teaching experience and almost 9 in 10 have advanced degrees. In recent years, the most-popular postgraduate destinations for Marlborough women include a mix of elite private and "public ivy" institutions. Marlborough ranked sixth in the nation among high schools with the highest standardized test scores according to a listing featured in Business Insider.[5] Recent guest speakers at Marlborough include Queen Rania of Jordan,[6] former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, and historian Edward L. Ayers.

Notable alumnae[edit] Carolin Babcock – tennis player (third ranked in the United States) Katherine Bashford – landscape architect Maria Arena Bell – novelist, showrunner and television writer Camilla Belle – film and television actress Betsy Bloomingdale – philanthropist and fashion icon Cornelia Butler – museum curator (currently Chief Curator at the Hammer Museum) Joan Riddell Cook – newspaper journalist and editor, trade union leader, and a founding director of JAWS (Journalism and Women Symposium)[7] Charlotte Dean – illustrator and writer Jacqueline Emerson – actress and singer Suzanne Goin – chef and restaurateur Kate Grace – Olympic finalist in the women's 800m Dolly Green – philanthropist and thoroughbred owner Leila Holterhoff – singer, linguist, psychoanalyst Marian Osgood Hooker – physician and photographer Caroline Howard Hume – art collector and philanthropist Lois January – actress Marion Jorgensen – philanthropist and civic leader Zoe Kazan – actress and playwright Lela Cole Kitson – author and columnist Diane Disney Miller – author, philanthropist, and vintner, daughter of Walt Disney[8] Peggy Moffitt – iconic model and actress (famous for associations with Rudi Gernreich) The daughters of President Richard Nixon (Tricia Nixon Cox and Julie Nixon Eisenhower) briefly attended in the early 1960s Abi Olajuwon – WNBA player and college basketball coach Melissa Rivers – actress, television host and producer (attended but transferred for tenth grade) Sasha Spielberg – actress and musician Alex Witt – MSNBC news anchor Stephanie Zimbalist – actress (did not graduate)

Notable faculty and staff[edit] Josh Deu - musician and songwriter, co-founding member of indie rock band Arcade Fire George Toley - tennis coach (later at University of Southern California)

Pop culture mentions[edit] Marlborough recently has been mentioned in the shows Ray Donovan and Red Band Society.[9]

References[edit] ^ Marlborough School ^ Dangremond, Sam (11 April 2016). "Here Are the Top Boys and Girls Schools in America". Town & Country. Retrieved 4 April 2017.  ^ "History and Tradition". Marlborough School. Retrieved 23 July 2016.  ^ Marlborough School - Los Angeles, California/CA - Private School Profile ^ ^ "Queen Rania of Jordan". CBS News. Retrieved 4 April 2017.  ^ ^ Haithman, Diane (19 October 2003). "The Reluctant Savior". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 17 April 2017.  ^ "Marlborough in Entertainment". The Ultraviolet. 

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