Best Public Schools in Bourne, MA


The city of Bourne, Massachusetts is home to 5 schools, including 2 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 2 high schools. The schools in this area have faced some challenges, with consistently low performance on statewide assessments and fluctuating rankings from the SchoolDigger organization.

The standout schools in Bourne are Upper Cape Cod Vocational Technical High School, which has the largest student population and the highest percentage of non-white students, and Bourne High School, which has the second-largest student population and the second-highest percentage of non-white students. However, both high schools have test scores that fall below the state average, with only around 30-55% of students proficient or better in core subjects.

Across the Bourne school district, the student population is predominantly white, ranging from 79.6% to 83.76% white students. The district spends a relatively high amount per student, from $20,162 to $25,412, but this does not seem to be translating into improved academic outcomes. The Bourne school district and the Upper Cape Cod Regional Vocational Technical district may need to closely examine their educational practices and resource allocation to better support student learning and achievement across all grade levels and schools.

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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