Located in the charming town of Middleborough, Massachusetts, our school district is deeply rooted in the local community. With a small-town feel and a strong sense of unity, we take pride in serving a vibrant community and providing an exceptional education to 3,200 students from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Our district comprises the Memorial Early Childhood Center (PreK-Kindergarten), Mary K. Goode Elementary School or the Henry B. Burkland School (Grades 1-5), John T. Nichols Middle School (Grades 6-8), and Middleborough High School (Grades 9-12). With approximately 600 dedicated teachers, support staff, and administrators, we are committed to delivering high-quality instructional programs that empower our students to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.
At Middleborough Public Schools, we believe in the power of a close-knit community. Our teachers, administrators, and staff members work together to create a inclusive learning environment where every student can flourish. We value strong partnerships with families and the community, recognizing that collaboration is essential to our students' success.
Our district has a rich history and a commitment to excellence. We offer a comprehensive range of academic programs and extracurricular activities, embracing innovative teaching practices and utilizing the latest educational technologies to engage our students and foster critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.
Beyond the classroom, Middleborough Public Schools provide numerous opportunities for students to explore their interests and passions. From athletics to clubs and fine arts programs, our extracurricular activities allow students to develop their talents, build leadership skills, and forge lifelong friendships.
Middleborough is a town that celebrates diversity and cherishes the unique backgrounds, talents, and perspectives of our students. We encourage our students to appreciate the world's diverse cultures and become compassionate global citizens.
We invite you to explore our website and discover the wealth of resources and insights available about Middleborough Public Schools. Whether you are a student, parent, community member, or prospective employee, you'll find a welcoming community that values education and supports the growth of every individual.
For further assistance or inquiries you can reach us by phone at 508.946.2000.
Thank you for your interest in Middleborough Public Schools.
MPS School Committee
All MPS School Committee Meetings can be found on the Middleborough Educational Television's Website.
Agendas, Committee information & meeting minutes can be found on the School Committee page.
Over 20 members of the Middleborough High School (MHS) Community including students, teachers & one administrator got a little cold and wet on Friday morning to raise money for a great cause.
Members of the MHS participated in the traveling polar plunge provided by Special Olympics of Massachusetts. A custom made plunge tank was brought to MHS for the day so students could take the plunge. Participants were asked to raise at least $50 to take the dip and brought in over $2,500 total for this event. Members of the MHS Student Council will do a Polar Plunge in the ocean in March when they attend the MASC State conference and continue to raise additional funds for the Special Olympics.
In 2023 the Special Olympics of Massachusetts raised over $880,000 from Polar Plunge events and expect to raise more this year.
During the week of April 1, 2024 the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Public School Monitoring (PSM) will conduct a Tiered Focused Monitoring Review of Middleborough Public Schools.
Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth (MPY) is pleased to announce its new, free MPY Parenting Solutions Library. MPY is offering the MPY Parenting Solutions Library in partnership with Peace At Home Parenting Solutions, a non-profit located in Mansfield, Connecticut.
The mission of the Middleborough Public Schools is to foster a culture of excellence within every student, in every classroom, every day.