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Activities & Clubs
As reflected in our school’s Mission Statement, involvement in extra-curricular activities is an important component to a student’s overall educational experience. Throughout a student’s high school career, administrators, guidance counselors and teachers encourage students to experience learning through involvement in activities that will enhance their social, emotional and intellectual growth. Meeting new people and becoming an active participant in a club will provide rewarding experiences that will promote responsibility and service to the school and community. These activities are open to all students at Braintree High School.
All students involved in extracurricular activities must adhere to the same academic standards that student athletes must follow: all students must be passing at least 5 major courses and maintain an overall average of 70. The specific requirements are detailed in the Student/Parent Handbook.
All students participating in extracurricular activities will be charged a one-time fee of $150.00. This fee will cover all activities and sports for one year. There is a $300.00 maximum for families having more than one child enrolled in a sport/activity at Braintree High School.
Attention: All students participating in school activities.
There is a new Chemical Health Policy enacted by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), of which all schools must apply as a minimum standard to their own disciplinary code. It is important that all students are aware of the policy as we remain committed to place student safety as a priority. Braintree High School holds all students to this policy as it relates to participation in athletics, clubs and school activities. It is important that students understand the policy and the application of consequences associated with incidents that are reported by school personnel and the Braintree Police Department. As part of our mission statement PRIDE, we want to establish and support expectations for student success. Be confident in your ability to “Make Good Decisions”.