Cape Elizabeth Schools are organized into three schools located on one campus: Pond Cove Elementary School (K-4); Middle School (5-8); and, High School (9-12). These schools are administered by the superintendent and a principal for each school. Setting policy is the responsibility of an elected School Board composed of seven members serving three-year terms. The school budget accounts for approximately 68 percent of the town's total budget. With the emphasis on academics, more than 90 percent of graduates go on to post-secondary education. In addition to strong academic programs throughout the system, about 80 percent of middle and high school students participate in extra-curricular activities ranging from sports to debating to the arts.
Enrollments as of April 1, 2019 [download]