The MHS Tiny House is going up for auction!  Come and see what an incredible job the high school students did at the “Tiny Open House” on July 18th, from 10 to 11!
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The Scupper

The 1st floor built on a new 18′ Tumbleweed trailer. There are two lofts of approximately 45 and 33 sq ft each. The exterior is CVG clapboard with Anderson Silver Line tempered glass windows and a standing seam metal roof. The interior is exposed fir beam, framed and insulated with foam board insulation. Electrical is 95% roughed in and includes a 240 volt 50 amp RV power center. Loft floors are complete with tongue and groove wood.
Interested bidders can email Ken Lord to get bid packages.
The bids are due by July 21st.

Click here for more information!!

Friends of the Marblehead Public Schools (FMPS) is an independent, community-based fundraising group that raises money to enhance the quality of education in all Marblehead public schools, including Marblehead Community Charter Public School, in grades K-12.

2016 Summer Soiree

Thank You Stephen Thompson!

A very special Thank You to Stephen Thompson for hosting the 2016 Soiree.



2016 Summer Soiree Honoree

FMPS recognizes the Marblehead Mother’s Co-op as the 2016 Summer Soireé Honoree. We commend their exceptional efforts to support our mission to enhance and enrich the educational experience of all Marblehead public school students

Thank you Marblehead Mother’s Coop!

MHS Tiny House Grant

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FMPS is proud to have awarded a $15,000 grant for the Tiny House project. Visit the MHS Tiny House Website to keep up on the progress.

Soiree Pictures


Thank you to Abby Schalck, MHS student, for taking such wonderful photos of the event! Click here to view a slideshow!


FMPS Mission Statement
The purpose of Friends of the Marblehead Public Schools, Inc. is to create an independent, community-based corporation to enhance the quality of education in the public schools of Marblehead, Massachusetts. The corporation is not intended to reduce or eliminate the town’s responsibility to support its public schools, but rather to supplement and enhance existing school programs and activities and to make possible new programs and activities. The corporation will work cooperatively with other local organizations and individuals interested in the public schools, including but not limited to the School Committee, faculty and administrative staff and their associations, Parent/Teacher organizations, the Chamber of Commerce, and concerned citizens.