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Students and families register at their neighborhood schools. For information on registering students please visit the student registration page.

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Capital Projects & Facilities Updates

For more information please view our facilities pages. To view our past MSBA projects see the Capital Planning page and to view our facility update history please view the Our Schools page.

Fast Facts

Student Enrollment





Male, 50.4%
Female, 49.6%




African American, 4.8%
Asian, 17.3%
Hispanic, 4.6%
Native American, 0.3%
Other, 1.4%
White, 71.6%

Plans of 2017 High School Graduates:
2 or 4 Year College, 91.2%
Other post-secondary, 3.4%
Work, 5.2%
Military, 0.2%




Employees & Expenditures

Student/Teacher Ratio:
14.4 to 1

Total Expenditure Per Pupil:

Number of Teachers:

Please visit the DESE website to see how Braintree compares to other districts

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News & Media

Basic Rights in Special Education

Basic rights in special education

Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

BHS Media Center, 128 Town St.,  Braintree

This workshop will provide families with an introduction to their rights and responsibilities under the Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Massachusetts Special Education Law.

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Morrison Character Day 10/31/18

October 31st is Morrison's Character Day. 

Students may dress up as a character from a book that they have read. 

If need be, your child may write there own story to go along with their costume. 

The Character Parade will take place at 2:00pm. 

Please note, for safety reasons, students will not be allowed to wear masks over their face.

Read more about Morrison Character Day 10/31/18
A Dime a Day for a Dozen Days

Hollis School is working in partnership with a food service company that is providing meals to those MA citizens who are still struggling and displaced from their homes as a result of the recent explosions.  Third graders are collecting a "DIME a DAY for a DOZEN Days" beginning on Monday October the 15th and running until October 30th.  

Read more about A Dime a Day for a Dozen Days