Welcome to the Braintree Public Schools.  We hope you find our website helpful as you seek information about our school system.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Braintree Public Schools, in partnership with parents and the community, is to prepare all students to become responsible and contributing members of a diverse and global society. We motivate and enable each student to develop intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally through a rigorous and supportive educational program within an inclusive and safe environment that nurtures creative and critical thinking, the development of values, and the pursuit of lifelong learning.


Superintendent’s Facilities Overview and Recommendations


If you did not register your child during the January registration week, please visit the elementary school in your home district to complete registration paperwork or call your home school directly (see below).  Registration paperwork is also available here.  All completed paperwork must be returned directly to your home school at this time. 

Flaherty Elementary School   781-380-0180            Highlands Elementary School  781-380-0190
Hollis Elementary School        781-380-0120            Liberty Elementary School      781-380-0210
Morrison Elementary School   781-380-0230           Ross Elementary School          781-380-0240

The Braintree All Night Grad Party is a chaperoned, alcohol-free & drug-free event held at Braintree High School the evening of graduation, from 11:00 pm-5:00 am. The party serves a fun way for Braintree High School seniors to celebrate with each other one last time before they go separate ways in a safe environment.  Some of the fun activities provided that night are a casino, large inflatable games, variety of food and drinks, gifts/ prizes, and a hypnotist just to name a few.

The All Night Grad Party costs approximately $20,000.00 which is accomplished by fundraising and donations. As you can imagine, this event is huge undertaking and comes with a huge price tag.

The 2016 Braintree All Night Grad Party planning process has started! This event takes many volunteers to make it a success and in order to sustain it from year-to-year. Parents from every grade are needed.
"Pay it forward" by volunteering. Please email us your contact information,and /or join us at our meetings scheduled to follow all PTO meetings.

Please make a monetary donation via Paypal
Mail a check to: BHS All Grad Party
Braintree High School
c/o House 1
128 Town Street
Braintree, MA 02184

Braintree High School takes second place in History Day State Contest (and qualifies for National Competition in Maryland/Washington, D.C.)

For the second year in a row, Braintree High School students participated in the annual Massachusetts History Day state competition. The state competition took place at Bedford High School in Bedford, Massachusetts on Saturday, April 9, 2016. This year’s theme was Exploration, Encounter, Exchange.

This year, two Braintree teams (both in the senior division group exhibit category) advanced from the South Shore District Competition: “Scientology: An Exploration Into the Unknown”  and “Charles Loring Brace and His Contribution to the Child Welfare System” .  The “Charles Loring Brace and His Contribution to the Child Welfare System” team  won SECOND PLACE in the senior division group category at the state competition and has QUALIFIED to represent Massachusetts at the 2016 Kenneth E. Behring National History Day competition in College Park, Maryland, in June. The contest will be held on June 12-16, 2016.

Congratulations to all of our young intellectual historians who participated in this year’s History Day contests!