District Announcements

Announcements

  • The X2 Student and Family Portal access will be brought off-line beginning July 14th and will remain off-line through September 2nd.

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  • Parents/Guardians...a reminder to please notify your student's House office with any changes to your contact information.  It is imperative that we have the correct information to contact you.
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Principal's Corner

Patrick Clark, Principal  Welcome to Barnstable High School
 
Thank you for visiting our website. Barnstable High School is one of Massachusetts’ premier, comprehensive, fully-public high schools. We proudly serve the seven villages of Barnstable and school choice students from the Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts regions.

Barnstable High School offers a comprehensive program of studies to meet the needs of all learners. Our Advanced Placement programs, career vocational technical educational program and variety of specialized electives allow schedule customization that 21st century learners deserve.

We share a 60 acre campus with our primary feeder school, Barnstable Intermediate School. Our facilities are beautiful, our staff exceptional and our students leave prepared for the challenges that wait.

If you would like to arrange a private tour or shadow day for your student, please contact the school counseling office at 508-790-6445. 
 
Please click onto the News Tab for a look at the proposed schedule for the 2014-15 school year. 
 
Have a Red Raider Day!
 
Patrick C. Clark, Principal
Class of 1990

Barnstable High School News

Our Mission

Barnstable High School, in partnership with parents and community, promotes academic excellence and artistic expression and prepares a diverse student body to be creative, responsible, productive citizens.
We take PRIDE in our students and in our community.
Productive, Respectful, Involved, Diverse, Educated 

Barnstable High School’s
21st Century Student Learning Expectations
 
The Barnstable High School student shall:
  1. Demonstrate an awareness of
    (a) The rights and obligations of American citizenship.
    (b) Global responsibility.
  2. Demonstrate competencies in a wide variety of courses as well as on standardized tests.
  3. Display skills and knowledge necessary to be successful beyond high school.
  4. Demonstrate technological literacy.
  5. Understand the importance of good physical, mental, and social well being.
  6. Acquire the skills to properly attain, evaluate, and apply information.
  7. Demonstrate critical thinking skills necessary to become a lifelong learner.