BHS News

  • The Final Grade Calculator 2.0 is here!
     Click here to launch the Final Grade Calculator
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  • Thanksgiving Break:

    There will be no school on Wednesday 26th, Thursday 27th , and Friday  28th

    Be safe and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  • Student Planner:
    You can now view and download your 2014-15 Student Planner. Click here!
     
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Welcome to BHS

  • Dear Brighton Students, Parents and Community Members,

    Welcome to Brighton High School, home of the Bulldogs. BHS is one of the first comprehensive high schools in Colorado dating back to the late 1800s. Our school is located in the heart of the Brighton community. The Brighton community is located northeast of Denver, Colorado.

    Thank you for taking a moment to explore information about one of the finest high schools in the United States. Brighton High School has a long tradition of excellence in all facets of student life. Our faculty is focused on helping every student achieve every single day. We are an accredited AVID school preparing and supporting our students to be life long learners and to challenge them to go farther and achieve their dreams. All students are encouraged to take the most challenging course work possible in order to be ready for a very competitive global economy. In order for our students to challenge themselves, we offer both Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes in many different content areas.

    We are very proud of our authentic “Bulldog Spirit” as we participate and compete with the top high schools in Colorado in athletics, activities, performing arts, visual arts and academic achievement. We have wonderful teenagers attending BHS who consistently push themselves to learn and achieve.

    Please feel free to contact us for more information at 303-655-4200

    Sincerely,
    John L. Biner 
    Principal
    Brighton High School
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District News

  • Superintendent, Brighton Education Association President encourage parents to provide feedback on new state assessments

    Click here to read more on how you can provide feedback on the new state assessment system.

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  • Be prepared for cold weather

    Winter is upon us and, with the return of cold weather and snow, it's a good time to get familiar with School District 27J's policies and practices when it comes to inclement weather. Click here to read more.

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  • District bond election unsuccessful 

    A $148 million bond to build new district schools and upgrade existing schools was unsuccessful according to final certified Adams County election results released Nov. 19. Read More

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  • School District 27J supports Lassy Project

    lassyprojectb When a child goes missing, every second matters. This is why School District 27J is proud to support the Lassy Project. The Lassy Project is a free service that gives parents and guardians the ability to notify an entire local community about their missing child in seconds. With the single push of a button that sends a text alert, parents can mobilize a trusted group of family, friends and neighbors immediately to help with their search. Click here to learn more

     
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