Event Types
Club ASssembly
Dec 07, 2017
Dec 07, 2017
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
At BHS, students are able to participate in a variety of choral ensembles.  
Concert Chorale (Honors and CP2): This is the largest ensemble for grades 8-12.  The Concert Chorale is recommended to all students who have a desire to sing.  While there is no required previous experience, students should be serious about improving their musicianship and vocal technique.  This course is beneficial to people intending to continue music study, as well as students who wish to develop their skills for a more casual understanding of singing.  Concert Chorale meets 4 times a week and performs in the winter and spring concert.
Chamber Choir (Honors)Open to students in grades 10-12, Chamber Choir is an auditioned chorus for students with prior singing experience.  Students should be very serious about improving their musicianship and vocal technique.  Students work on advanced choral literature at an accelerated pace.  This ensemble will participate in a variety of performances and music festivals.
Vocal Jazz Ensemble (Honors Honors)Students interested in Vocal Jazz must also be enrolled in Chamber Choir.  Vocal Jazz is by audition only during the previous year. The vocal jazz ensemble is an after school ensemble that meets after school and is selected from students in the Chamber Choir.  The materials covered will mainly focus on the Swing and Latin idioms.  Emphasis is placed on ensemble performance, Appropriate stylistic interpretation, solo styles, and improvisation.  The vocal jazz ensemble performs at school events and jazz festivals.
Barnstable H.S. Chamber Chorus
Dec 14, 2017

The Cahoon Museum of American Art is an art museum located in Cotuit, Massachusetts. It features fine art, folk art and American art from the 1800's through the present.


Sarah Johnson
Dec 21, 2017
Cy Nelson and Steve Heslinga
Feb 01, 2018

The Cape Cod Fisheries Trust was established to ensure that the Cape's local, smaller-scale fishing businesses continued to be profitable and sustainable. 

It came about when a group of fishermen got together with the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance to figure out how to cope with some of the unforeseen consequences that happened when the management of scallop and groundfish moved into catch share systems. 

In collaboration with the Community Development Partnership, the Trust delivers a suite of economic development initiatives to support our fleet. In all that we do, we promote good business practices and support the Cape's next generation of fishermen.

Seth Rolbein
Feb 08, 2018

Dan Fornari is a marine geologist and senior scientist in the Geology & Geophysics Department at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He is probably best known for his research on volcanic and hydrothermal processes and mapping at mid-ocean ridges, and also studies of the structure and magmatic processes at oceanic transforms and oceanic islands such as Hawaii and the Galápagos. He's participated in over 70 research cruises in the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans, and has completed over 100 dives in Alvin and other Navy submersibles.

Dan Fornari
Feb 22, 2018
Cape Cod Community College Rotaract Club
Mar 01, 2018
Cape Abilities
Mar 08, 2018
Mar 17, 2018 10:00 AM –
Mar 18, 2018 4:00 PM

The Sturgis Library, a historic public library in the village of Barnstable, is dedicated to providing services and resources to meet the needs of a contemporary community while preserving and promoting Cape Cod history. The library:
• Supports the lifelong pursuit of personal, vocational, cultural, and intellectual enrichment.
• Fosters literacy, curiosity, and creativity in library users of all ages.
• Promotes the free exchange of ideas and serves as a community meeting place.
• Offers a gateway to emerging technologies and informational databases which enhance traditional resources.
• Serves as a regional archive and research center for the study of Barnstable County, history, genealogy, and maritime culture.

Sturgis Library
Mar 29, 2018

Dr. Miller is Vice President Of Student & Academy Affairs and Dr. Cox is President Cape Cod Community College.

Dr. Sue Miller & Dr. John Cox
Apr 05, 2018
Julie Kimball and Alison Caron
Apr 12, 2018

Amy grew up in Falmouth and is the granddaughter of two Paul Harris Fellows, and past presidents of the Falmouth and Randolph Rotary Clubs. Amy's passion to improve the lives of children and families developed in high school when the Falmouth Rotary Club was able to help financially sponsor me to travel to Oaxaca Mexico to take part in a language immersion program. 


Since then Amy has taken part in health and education service learning programs in Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Singapore. 


Amy lived in Benin and Ghana for a year as well producing malaria nets and working with terminally ill children in hospital settings.  Amy holds a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapies with a specialization in Music Therapy from Lesley University and a B. A. in Child Life and a concentration of Early Childhood Education from Wheelock College. 


Amy is the founder of Tones in Motion a local Cape music therapy business that provides music therapy for ages 0-100 in hospitals, rehabs, addiction communities, memory care programs, special education programs and in schools. Amy is currently working on implementing the Good Grief Project of Cape Cod.

Amy Wyman
Apr 19, 2018

Cape Cod Tech- Billy Terranova
Update on new school and latest on
Student enrollment and curriculum

Billy Terranova
Apr 26, 2018

The Student Services office oversees several programs within the Barnstable Public Schools, including Counseling and School Psychological services, Section 504, Health services, Home Education, and the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act. 

Gina Hurley, Ed.D.
May 03, 2018


Kathy Gianno
May 17, 2018
Steve Johnson
May 24, 2018
Club Assembly
May 31, 2018