BHS Insight


How Does The Impeachment Process Work?

Nicholas Kallipolites

February 5, 2020

Last December, the House of Representatives voted on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, specifically abuse of power and obstruction. Both were passed with votes mainly falling on partisan lines. All 19...

The Australia Fires

Sailor Ciluzzi

February 3, 2020

Australia is in extremely dangerous conditions due to some of the most harmful wildfires seen in ages.  A girl who grew up on Cape Cod, Airlie Murray,  lives in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Murray said she is grat...

Houses to Hubs

Sarah Skinner

November 22, 2019

There have been  several changes in the past few years at Barnstable High School. The schedule, library renovations, and adding new safety precautions have been apart of transforming BHS. Last Spring, the need for change was o...

New Grant Opens Doors For Science

Philip Randazzo, News Editor

November 22, 2019

Since the Fall of 2017, Barnstable High School’s science department has been working on a way to expand students’ career options through launching a career pathway program beginning freshman year. With help from Barnstable’...

Bringing Spirit Back To BHS

Stephanie Stiles

November 20, 2019

Once upon a time BHS showed school spirit through an in-school pep rally and a Thanksgiving parade. Then, both events lost momentum: the parade due to three consecutive cancellations from poor weather and the pep rally due to ...

Drama Club Lives On

Stephanie Stiles

November 20, 2019

After a tumultuous 2018-2019 year for the BHS theater program that left the club fractured and with a questionable future, Drama Club is pulling itself back together with a new advisor: Social Emotional and Academic Development C...

Will The Mall Ever Finish Renovating?

Nick Kallipolites, Features Editor

November 18, 2019

In April, Insight reported that the Cape Cod Mall was a “wasteland” because multiple large businesses had left the mall and perpetual construction plagued the exterior. Students had said that they primarily shopped online b...

CP1 Being Phased Out

Skyar Bowman, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

Recently, a decision was made by superintendent Meg Mayo-Brown to phase out CP1 level classes for the upcoming school year. This will not only affect students enrolled in a CP1 class, but also kids enrolled in the CP2 and honor...

New School Safety App

Andrew Botolino, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

Embracing the rapid technologization of the modern world, BHS implemented one-to-one chromebooks in February, and soon after, added the “Say Something” app into their arsenal against potential safety concerns. Two seminars ...

Library: Officially Open

Emma Garrity, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019

After some delay, the library, otherwise known as Barnstable High School’s new Innovative Learning Lab, is finally up and running, with many new and impressive features. Walking into the new innovative learning space, it d...

ALICE Training for Students

Kayla Jorgenson, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019

With the one year anniversary of the shooting in Parkland right around the corner, safety in schools has been on everybody's minds, especially administration. On January 14, hundreds of students flooded the Performing Arts Ce...

MCAS Exams Now Online

Meaghan Meagher, Staff Writer

April 4, 2019

Spring rolls around, and MCAS testing starts up again. MCAS, (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System), is a standards-based assessment that began in 1993. But this year all eighth grade and sophomores will be the taking...

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