East Campus News
The Enrollment Period for Grades 9 and 10
for the 2017-18 School Year will be December 1 through January 13. For more information, visit our Admissions Page.
Current juniors have the opportunity to travel to Belize in June 2017 to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience of cultural exchange, service, and leadership. Please visit the World Challenge website to learn more about the organization. The application deadline has passed for this year, but there is still room for interested juniors for a short period of time. If you would like to participate, please email Ms. Young!
Save the Date!
S.T.A.G.E. Left & Right Present
Romeo and Juliet
Directed by Anna Botsford and Diana Young
November 18 @ 7 pm
November 19 @ 2 & 7 pm
The Tilden Arts Center,
Cape Cod Community College
2240 Iyannough Rd, West Barnstable, MA 02668
$10.00 General Admission
$5.00 for students (any school)
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE!
The earlier you buy, the better as prices will go up later in the fall.
Purchase a Yearbook Recognition Ad!
Yearbook Recognition Ads allow you to create a lasting message and memory for your soon to be graduate. They will be published in the 2016-2017 Yearbook. Order and design an ad by following this link
Share an image for the yearbook
Do you have great photos of school events that you want to share?
Upload images to the yearbook staff site here.
Images may be used in the 2017 yearbook and will be shared digitally with each student who purchases a yearbook, to enjoy for years to come!
- Parents & Seniors: please use this link to upload your senior portraits
Submissions due November 22, 2016
If yearbook staff does not receive a photo by this time, we will use your school-issued photo for your senior portrait.
Community Art with Sturgis Charter School
Check out the video created by Sara Mannal of Barnstable Today for a great recap of the community art sailboard project. The sailboard, found discarded on a local beach, was repurposed into artwork by Sturgis art students. “The hand painted/decoupaged underwater scene serves as a whimsical yet thoughtful reminder of the vital importance of our surrounding waters and enhances the “sense of place” one feels while on Cape Cod,” said Ben Hughes, Creative Economy Projects Manager for Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.
CCRTA Changes Student Passes
Fall Driver's Education Classes for East and West
September 12-23, November 28- December 9.
12/9 is a half day so class will run from Noon-3PM
Classes held in the Annex study hall- M-F 3:15- 6:15 daily.
Professional Driving School will transport West students to the Annex.
All students need to be 15 yrs/9mos by first class date
We will need a minimum of 15 students to hold class.
You can enroll online at here or call
Professional Driving School (508-790-1234) to sign up and get any financial information.
Identify if you are from East or West.
You can also call/email Tom Fink with general questions.
or phone Tom Fink 508-888-7870
US News and World Report
U.S. News & World Report announced the 2016 Best High Schools rankings, featuring top-performing schools at the national and state level.
The Best High Schools rankings evaluate data on more than 21,500 public high schools to identify which schools are best at preparing students for college and careers. Sturgis received a gold medal and is ranked #1 high school in MA, #11 charter school in US, and #33 high school in US.
Congratulations to Sturgis faculty and students for achieving this recognition of excellence!
For more information, see: US News Best High Schools in Massachusetts 2016
The Washington Post once again recognizes Sturgis
The Washington Post recently announced the 2016 High School Challenge Index based on its review of 2015 data from high schools across the U.S. Once again, Sturgis was ranked the #1 public school in MA. Sturgis was also ranked #10 among all high schools in the Northeast and #134 in the U.S.
- WP Sturgis' Ranking.
- WP America's Most Challenging High Schools List
- WP Article: How the "America's Most Challenging High Schools" list works.
Charter Bus from Plymouth for the 2016-17 School Year
The Bridge Bus Sturgis Parent's Group has secured a charter bus for students in the Plymouth area for the 2016-17 school year.
Please be aware that the school is not responsible for providing transportation and that this bus is not in contract with the school, but with the Parent Association.
We DO have a bus contract for next year with a dedicated bus and driver. The proposal came from First Student in Plymouth. We need 47 students to sign up for a yearly pass to make it happen. The run is as follows
6:55am – Plymouth Park & Ride @ Exit 5
7:20am – Sagamore Park & Ride
7:55am – Pope John Paul
8:00am – Sturgis East
8:05am – Sturgis West
3:20pm – Sturgis West
3:25pm – Pope John Paul
3:30pm – Sturgis East
4:05pm – Sagamore Park & Ride
4:30pm – Plymouth Park & Ride @ Exit 5
Million Page Read Challenge
Sturgis students, faculty, and administrators are challenged to read 1,000,000 pages during the 2015-16 school year!!
StormWatch, the Sturgis East Student Newspaper
NEW Executive Director Appointment to Begin July, 2016Link to Facebook page article
Link to Cape Cod Times article
Massachusetts Laws, Instructions and Forms for obtaining a student work permit can be downloaded HERE.
The CurrentSturgis is proud to announce the completion of the fall issue of The Current. Student editors have been hard at work compiling student and faculty art, photography, and writing into 32 pages of creativity! Check out our arts magazine in the library or the front office. Buy a copy for just a dollar at lunch in front of the main stairwell. Read all submissions artwork, writing, and photography on our blog: sturgiscurrent.blogspot.com!
New text/email reminder system:
We are piloting a new service, remind.com. This allows us to send text reminders to you about events at Sturgis East. This system will not replace our current method of weekly emails home. It will be used for more specific messages such as "School Photo Day- Thursday, Sept. 25". The system will not show actual phone numbers and can't be used for one-on-one communication. If you would like to receive such texts from the main office, please follow the link below to join:
You will be asked to select phone (must be cell phone), smartphone app or email address to receive messages on.
Student Insurance Available
Register online at www.Student Insurance-kk.com or pick up a registration form at the main office.
Support Sturgis by Registering your Stop&Shop Card
Every time you shop, you can be earning money for the school. Click HERE for more information.
Public transportation to Sturgis via CCRTA
Click HERE for student pass details.
List of routes is available at http://www.capecodrta.org/