About the League

The Commonwealth Athletic Conference is comprised of twelve public high schools that serve twenty cities and town north of Boston:

Academy of Notre Dame

Chelsea

Essex Tech

Fellowship Christian

Greater Lawrence

Greater Lowell

KIPP Academy

Lynn Tech

Minuteman

Mystic Valley

Nashoba Tech

Northeast Metro

Presentation of Mary

Shawsheen

Whittier

For athletic purposes the league is divided into two divisions based mainly on enrollment size for each school. The larger schools compete in the Kinney Division with the smaller schools participating in the Baker Division.

The Cape Ann League is in District A, as determined by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA). Nearby leagues include the Northeastern Conference, the Merrimack Valley Conference, and the Commonwealth Athletic Conference. Cape Ann League teams that qualify for the postseason begin play across all divisions (1-6 depending upon the sport) of the North Sectional, with most teams typically competing in divisions 2, 3, and 4.

About the League

The Commonwealth Athletic Conference is comprised of fourteen high schools that serve more than fifty cities and town north of Boston:

Academy of Notre Dame

Chelsea

Essex Tech

Fellowship Christian

Greater Lawrence

Greater Lowell

KIPP Academy

Lynn Tech

Minuteman

Mystic Valley

Nashoba Tech

Northeast Metro

Presentation of Mary

Shawsheen

Whittier

For athletic purposes the league is divided into two or three divisions depending upon the number of schools that field teams in each sport.

The Commonwealth Athletic Conference is in District A, as determined by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA). Nearby leagues include the Northeastern Conference, the Merrimack Valley Conference, and the Cape Ann Leagues. Cape Ann League teams that qualify for the postseason begin play across several divisions of the North Sectional, with most teams typically competing in divisions 2, 3, and 4.