What Does it mean to be a mustang?

100% girls

Click on the video above to see our Mustangs in action

Click on the video above to see our Mustangs in action

As a single-sex school, Marlborough dedicates 100% of its athletic resources to girls.

programs that make a difference

Since 2010, 50 graduates have gone on to play on collegiate teams, 31 of them in NCAA Division I.

teamwork and inclusion

With 71% student participation in athletics and 36 teams for 12 sports, every girl gets to train, play, and contribute at the level that's right for her.

world class facilities

With the completion of a $27 million athletic facility upgrade in 2016, students will have access to an expanded field, an aquatics center, and a new wellness facility. In addition to our on-campus facilities, students train and compete at Occidental College, the Los Angeles Tennis Club, and the Wilshire Country Club, among others.

A focus on wellness

Marlborough supports our scholar-athletes with a full-time athletic trainer as well as a strength and conditioning coach. We have also partnered with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, which provides world-class care for our athletes in exchange for participation in diagnostic research.

For more information on our programs and teams, please click here.  

Athletic Dept. FAQ's


Can 7th or 8th grade athletes participate on high school teams?


7th or 8th grade athletes are not permitted (by CIF rule) to participate (either in practice or in competition) with the high school teams.


How many of Marlborough's sports have no cuts (everyone makes the team)?


Cross County and Track & Field are both no-cut sports.

However, with a student population of 530 girls, the tryout process is most often used to determine not whether athletes will be cut, but on which of the available teams (Varsity or JV at the high school level, or Purple or White at the 7/8th grade level) the girls would be best placed.