The Beverly Public Schools provide education to approximately 4,500 students in preschool through grade twelve in five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. During the past eight years the district has made special efforts to focus on student learning, thereby making significant improvements to our school district.
In September 2003, the newly renovated Centerville Elementary School opened, completing the ambitious six-year building initiative to renovate and construct new space for six elementary schools. Currently, due to enrollment decreases, we only have five elementary schools and one building is leased to the Northshore Consortium. The Beverly High School construction/rennovation project will be complete in the fall of 2011 resulting in an entirely new academic building combined with renovated spaces for the performing arts, field house, and cafeteria.
Beverly's schools offer reasonable class sizes, modern facilities, a standards-based curriculum and assessment model, programming for gifted and talented students, excellent fine arts programming, including our award winning music program, and an outstanding athletic program.
We believe that people associated with our district recognize these areas as indicators that our schools are substantially better places for students to be than they were seven years ago. In addition, people also recognize that we are committed to continuous improvement, that is, we are continually examining what we do in order to be better tomorrow than we are today. – less–ZoomInfo