The Foundation for a Meaningful Life
Kindergarten - Grade 9 in Southborough, MA


Welcome to our parent pages, which include news and resources for current Fay families. This page features current announcement for all divisions, our events calendar, and recent photos. You can visit our Resources Page for access to our attendance form, supply lists, and policies. For information about your child's schedule or grades, click here to log into MyFay. Please do not hesitate to contact Fay's division assistants with any questions.

News & Announcements


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  • Place your 2017-2018 All School Photo order by November 3

    Early in the fall term of each school year, Fay School arranges a formal "All School Photo" and a fun "Moose Ears" photo. Both photos include all of our students. You can preview each of the photos below:


    Please place your order for this school year's photo by Friday, November 3. To place your order, please log on to MyFay and go to the MyFay Parent Community Group page for details. After November 3, orders may be placed directly with the photographer via their website: If you have any questions about placing an order, please email Clare Pickard at
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  • Parents' Association Fall Social Thanks

    A special thank you to everyone who made the Fall Social such a fabulous event! It was a pleasure to see so many parents in attendance. We are extremely grateful for the generous support of Vin Bin, which made the wine, beer, and cider tasting event possible. In addition, the Parents' Association would like to thank our art teacher, Cathy Gruetzke-Blais, and the second grade class for creating such amazing artwork placed in the planters for all to enjoy. Thank you!
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  • Fay Students Support Disaster Relief Efforts

    While the beginning of the school year is a tumultuous time for all, it was especially true for the millions of people affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as the devastating earthquakes that hit Mexico in September. Fay students immediately put into action this year’s theme, “Gaining Perspective,” as they came back to school filled with ideas of the many different ways in which they could support students whose communities are working to rebuild.

    In the Lower School, that effort is being spearheaded by Lara Gleason’s homevisory group, where the students are partnering with a school in Texas that was impacted by the hurricanes. Fay students are sponsoring a penny drive in addition to collecting school supplies. Students and families who would like to participate should stay tuned for more information in terms of the specific items that are needed, but mark your calendars now as the drive will start Thursday, November 2 and run up until Thanksgiving Break, concluding on Friday, November 17.

    Students in the Upper School's Antler Club also dove right into planning for the Upper School’s disaster relief efforts, putting together a bake sale for Friday Night Lights on October 27. Members of the Antler Club, the varsity field hockey team, and Parents’ Association will all be contributing baked goods that will be sold during the games, along with hot chocolate. All profits will be donated to the American Red Cross for disaster relief.
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  • Safety Drills October 26 and November 2 & 9

    Over the next few weeks, our community will conduct safety drills. Safety is always a priority in every area of the school, and just as we practice fire drills with all students, we also conduct safety drills. This training is presented to students in developmentally appropriate ways based on their age, and the drills simulate various types of emergencies that require different responses (e.g., locking down in place vs. evacuating and gathering in a safe location). The goal of these drills is to help students think through and practice responses to dangerous situations.
    On Thursday, October 26, students will practice locking down in place. On Thursday, November 2, students will participate in an evacuation drill. On Thursday, November 9, they will practice a drill that combines both strategies.
    Drills will be customized to each division to ensure they are age-appropriate. In the Primary School, under the direction of Teri Lawrence, teachers and their students will practice leaving the building through various exits as well as following lockdown procedures. Our main objective with our youngest students is to make sure they can follow directions under a variety of circumstances. In the Lower School, Lainie Schuster and the teachers will prepare the students for the drills at Morning Meeting, and students will have a chance to reflect and debrief during Wellness and homeroom/homevisory classes. In the Upper School, Sarah Remsberg will introduce the drills to students at Morning Meeting, and she will discuss what students will practice and why.
    Practicing these drills reflects our ongoing commitment to a safe and secure community. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your division head.
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Featured Events

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  • Join us for Saturday's Farmers Market - October 21

    This Saturday, we will be joined by Shady Pine Farm, Chestnut Hill Farm, Angel Hair Alpacas, Yummy Mummy Bakery, Doris' Peruvian Pastries, La Maison A Gateaux, Lyndigo Spice, Papa's Catch Salmon, True Happiness Designs, Anna Banana's Homemade Goodness, Pet Wants Littleton, and Foxboro Cheese. 
  • Friday Night Lights October 27

    Join us on Friday, October 27 for our fourth annual Friday Night Lights event, sponsored by the Fay Parents' Association. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m., with boys varsity soccer playing Shore Country Day School, and continues at 7:00 p.m. when our varsity field hockey team also takes on Shore Country Day School. Friday Night Lights will take place on the Parkerville Fields on Parkerville Road in Southborough. Parking will be available in Harlow and Upjohn Circles, behind Brackett House, and at St. Mark's Church. Please note that there is no parking along Parkerville Road or Main Street. Food and drinks will be available for purchase via cash or credit card courtesy of Stonefire Pizza Napoletana food truck, and be sure to stop by the Antler Club’s dessert table for hot chocolate and sweet treats - all money raised at their table will be donated to the Red Cross in support of disaster relief! Dress warmly, and get ready to cheer for our teams. Go Fay!
  • Admission Open House November 5

    Admission season is in full swing, and Fay is hearing from a number of prospective applicants. Since many families appreciate the opportunity to visit a school and speak with members of the community before they apply, Fay is hosting an Open House on Sunday, November 5, from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. 

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  • How to make sure you receive automated notifications of school cancellations

    1. Before the start of the new school year, please make sure that we have your family's current contact information so that you will receive the weekly E-News about what's happening at Fay and details about upcoming events and trips that your child will take part in. When we have accurate email and phone information, teachers and advisors can communicate with your quickly and directly, and our Health Office can let you know if your child becomes ill at school. If school has to be cancelled due to weather conditions, we can let you know before you leave home.

      Please log into MyFay, go to your profile, and update your contact information (email, phone, home address) if needed. 

      In order to receive an automated notification of school cancellations, delayed openings, and unannounced early dismissals, each student's emergency contact phone numbers must be accurate. Please CLICK HERE and follow the steps listed to confirm that your child's emergency contact phone numbers are accurate.

      Please contact Director of Technology Joe Adu if you have any questions about how to update your child's emergency contact phone numbers. Joe can be reached at

Primary School

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  • Second Grade Field Trip to Drumlin Farm October 27

    Second grade students will be visiting Drumlin Farm in Lincoln on Friday, October 27. Box lunches will be provided. Parents are reminded that the dress code for this field trip is neat play dress.
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  • Thanksgiving Vacation Camp

    Fay After School is excited to bring back our Thanksgiving Vacation Camp! Students in grades K through six will be able to participate in our exciting "Summer in November" and "Autumn Adventures" themed camp days on Monday, November 20 and Tuesday, November 21 from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. With the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of fun and enriching activities, students will have a blast while enjoying their Thanksgiving break to its fullest! More information and registration coming soon.
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Lower School

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Upper School

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  • Grade 9 Class Breakfast October 25

    All grade nine students are invited to attend a special breakfast on Wednesday, October 25, beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the Mars Room. This event is an opportunity for the ninth graders to come together again as a class following a week of secondary school visits and to share their experiences. Ninth grade day students should plan to arrive on campus early.
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  • SSAT Prep Class Resumes Sunday, Practice Test Next Week

    SSAT prep class will resume on Sunday, October 22. The Root Building doors next to the Head of School and Upper School offices will open at 9:45 a.m. Classes begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. Students should report to their assigned classroom. Day students should be picked up at noon. Reminder: next Sunday, October 29, students enrolled in the prep class will take a practice test. The test will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the Root Meeting Room and conclude at noon. Please contact Summit Educational Group at 1-888-MYTUTOR with any questions.
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  • Upper School Fall Dance November 3

    On Friday, November 3, the seventh grade will host the Upper School Fall Dance. This event will take place in the Mars Room from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Day students are welcome to stay on campus between athletics and the dance. Students in grades seven and eight can spend time in the Student Lounge with boarding friends, and students in grade nine can join a boarder in their dorm. Dinner will be served on campus. Day students who plan to stay on campus for dinner should sign up here by Monday, October 30.
    Parents of day students should plan to pick up their child from the Mars Room at 9:00 p.m. on Friday, November 3.
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  • Stay Connected with Athletic Games, Schedules, and Coaches

    The Athletics web page has a wealth of information to keep the parent and student community up-to-date with all aspects of our athletic program, including:
    The schedule of team games
    The detailed weekly athletic bulletin of games
    Meet the coaches pages
    Information about athletic training
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Events and Photos

Upcoming Events

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