Barnstable Early Learning Center 744 W Main St, Hyannis, MA02601 Barnstable Early Learning Center (BELC) is located in the grounds of Barnstable High School. It is a…More municipal-run infant toddler program for school/municipal employees for full-day, full-year child care and education. The children enjoy an attractive outdoor playground in a secure environment. The young staff provide a caring and protective world for the children to play and learn in. The Center is peanut safe and latex free.
Joyfully Learning 3328 Main St, Barnstable, MA02630 Joyfully Learning is a tutoring and educational enrichment organization based in Barnstable. Programming is offered for…More middle school, high school and home-schooled students. Classes include creative writing, historical fiction, research paper writing, science and mathematical thinking. A full schedule is available online. Please call for more information.
Barnstable Youth Hockey Association 7 Tomahawk Dr, Centerville, MA02632 Barnstable Youth Hockey Association is a volunteer organization teaching all the basics of ice hockey to kids from…More elementary school through high school. Programs are for both boys and girls. There is a regular tournament schedule for the kids to show off their skills on the ice.
Barnstable Bat Company 40 Pleasant Pines Ave, Centerville, MA02632 The Barnstable Bat Company was founded in 1992 and has grown a lot since then. The league batting champion, Jon Petke,…More used a Barnstable Bat to achieve his .379 batting average and this company has been making wooden baseball bats using high quality materials and manufacturing processes ever since. Today, Barnstable Bat sells bats for all levels of play including college, MSLB, high schools, youth and adult teams. In addition to baseball bats it sells apparel, fundraising bats, softball bats, fungoes, stickball bats, wedding bats, corporate bats, special birthday bats, bat holders and more. The showroom has more than 500 bats in stock.
In 1879, Barnstable High School moved back to Hyannis for good. Additional wings were added in 1963 and…More 1976, and in 1998 the addition of a professional class performing arts venue and new wing were added. Since then, the school continues to improve its grounds and has added a phenomenal Astro Park and astronomy observatory in what was once called the Quad.
Beyond physical improvements to its grounds, it boasts a top-notch TV production studio used to film Barnstable Today and local public broadcasting, notable arts offerings and a full range of academic and athletic programs.
In the fall of 2010, the track and football field were renovated.
The school serves grades eight through 12. However, there are several programs and services available to town residents and students after school hours and during the summer including movie nights in the astro park.