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From the Superintendent

  • Welcome to the Office of the Superintendent 
    Meg Mayo-Brown

    Superintendent of Schools
    Phone: 508-862-4953
    Fax: 508-790-6454

    For the first time in over 20 years, every single Fall sports team at Barnstable High School qualified for postseason play this year. We attribute this success to our talented athletes, dedicated coaches, senior class’ great leadership, and to the strong support of our programs by the BHS community.  Congratulations to all of Barnstable’s student-athletes. We are so proud of your accomplishments and achievements.  Here are some of the highlights from the Fall sports teams:

    Boys Golf - Senior Holden Elletson won the State Division 1 Championship and the team placed 3rd in the Championship.

    Girls Cross Country - Strong senior leadership by Kylie Willis, Renee Gruner-Mitchell, Leanne Guimond and Emily Rice has paced the girls’ team to claim both the OCL regular season and league meet titles this Fall. Junior Tatiana Dunne continued to shine for the Raiders as a top runner.

    Boys Cross Country - A mix of youth and experience paced the boys this season. Youngsters Charlie Ewald and Connor Brewster helped the team claim hardware in multiple 9/10th grade meets, while senior Nick O'Toole led the pack in the 11/12th grade meets.

    Field Hockey - The team claimed the OCL title outright for the first time since 2011.  A mix of strong senior leadership from captains Mackenzie Curtice and Bella Burbic and young talent had the team finishing with a loss to Canton in the quarterfinals.

    Girls Soccer - Behind a mix of senior leadership and youthful talent, the girls qualified for the MIAA tournament for the first time in 16 years. Senior Aislin Hempstead has paced the team offensively while seniors Maddie Brennan and Maggie Murray lead a stingy defense for young keepers Reed Kjoller and Morgan Dardia. The team lost in the quarterfinals.

    Boys Soccer - Some new faces helped the team rebound from a tough season last year to claim the OCL title.  Senior Devondre Armstrong has been an offensive spark, juniors Jac Cordeiro and Malachi Walsh led from the midfield, and senior Evan Nikas has been strong in net for the Raiders. The team lost in the quarterfinals.

    Football - The duo of QB Matt Petercuskie and WR Sam Rosen sparked a late season resurgence for the Raiders. They qualified as the #8 seed, but fell to an undefeated #1 King Philip in a competitive game.

    Cheerleading - The squad placed first in their division at the Oliver Ames Competition.

    Volleyball - The defending Division 1 State Champions had a perfect 18-0 season. The team dropped only one set this season behind the record-setting play of junior Riley James, who became only the second player to hit the 1000 career kill mark for Barnstable. Junior Ingrid Murphy had also been unstoppable up front for the Raiders, while senior Caroline Brodt continued to set assist records for the team. The team suffered their first loss of the season in the semifinals to Newton North.

    Go Red Raiders!


    Photo of Holden Elletson      Girls Soccer Team


  • Vision Statement:
    The Barnstable Public Schools educates the whole child by creating a student centered school culture that addresses students' physical, social, emotional, and academic needs by creating a safe and healthy learning environment in which students are challenged, supported, and engaged.
    Core Values:
    In Barnstable Public Schools, we value commitment, collaboration, and community...
    • Committment: We are dedicated to the continuous learning and growth of all.
    • Collaboration: We work together while keeping student needs at the center of all decision making.
    • Community: We build strong, respectful partnerships that support student success.