Guest Speaker Visits BHS :
Colorado Supreme Court Justice Visits AP Government Class
On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, Colorado Supreme Court Justice Brian Boatright spent time visiting Candice Halverson's AP Government Class. Students had the opportunity to learn about the Colorado Court Systems and ask the Honorable Boatright questions about processes and procedures.
SD27J Community Survey:
Please participate in the 27J community survey. We want to hear from you.
We are committed to ensuring that all students have the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to be successful. We invite you to participate in a brief community survey focused on funding priorities and educational programming. The survey is anonymous and no personal information will be collected. Please select the English version or the Spanish version.
Baking and Pastry - Tori Litwin- Silver , Destiny Kulesh-Silver
Fashion Stylist - Ashley Falcon - Gold, Brandy Schmoldt- Silver
Gourmet Savory Presentation - Shaya Wagy- Silver
Gourmet Sweet Presentation - Lauryn Drumright- Silver, Stephanie Avitia-Quezada- Bronze
Congratulations to BHS Animatronic Team:
The BHS Technology Students' Association (TSA) club animatronics team placed third at the Colorado state TSA competition
Welcome to E9to5!!:
Attention Students you can "test drive" potential careers
Are you a high school student wondering what the future holds or what career opportunities are out there for you?
The Adams County Education Consortium has teamed with more than 45 metro-area businesses and organizations to help students validate or elminate career options and explore new education pathways. Sessions start soon and includes hands-on activities, behind-the-scenes fun and Q&A opportunities with business leaders.
Click here to download the Career Catalog
Tuesday & Non-Block Thursdays
2nd Period (7:56-8:46 am); MOD 8
10th Period (3:24-4:14 pm) MOD 2
2:45-3:45 pm; MOD 6
7:30-8:30 am; MOD 6
9th Period (2:28-3:18 pm) Room CA2
10th Period (3:24-4:14 pm) Room CA4
ELO Block Wednesdays:
8:38-9:11 (All Classrooms)
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.
School District 27J Substitute Appreciation Brunch on June 2
27J substitute teachers and substitute paraprofessionals are invited to an end of the school year Substitute Appreciation Brunch on Friday, June 2. The event will be held from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the District Training Room, 80 S. 8th Ave. in Brighton. Please send an RSVP to cfeighner@SD27J.net to attend.
Attention: Summer Academy Families
Summer Academy schedule and fees will be available online this week. All fees for Summer Academy are due no later than May 30, 2017. Payments can be made online or in person at Brighton Heritage Academy, 830 E. Bridge Street, Brighton, CO, this week and at BOLT Academy, 1850 Egbert Street, Suite 120, Brighton, CO next week.
Students who have signed up for bus transporation can call 303-655-2991 to confirm their route and pick-up time.
27J Announces Two New Administrators
27J is pleased to announce the selection of Heath H. Wilson, currently assistant principal and athletic director at Prairie View High, to serve as the new principal of Southeast Elementary and Harry Waterman, M. Ed. to serve as 27J's newest high school, Riverdale Ridge High, assistant principal and athletic director.
27J Board of Education Recognizes Home Builders' Contributions for Schools
The 27J Board of Education recently recognized the contributions made by several Home Builders to help fund the construction of future schools. The 27J Board thanked the top six contributors to the Capital Facility Fee Foundation (CFFF) at their April 25 meeting. D.R. Horton has been the top contributor since the CFFF was established in 2001. They consistently contribute a capital facility fee for every lot they build on in each of the four cities in the District. This helps to mitigate the impact of new houses bringing student growth into the District. D.R. Horton has contributed over $2.8 million and is currently building in Brighton Crossings, Quebec Highlands, Turnberry and High Point at DIA. Other top contributors recognized were Richmond American Homes (Reunion, Buckley Ranch, Brighton Crossings), Shea Homes (Reunion), Lennar (Amber Creek, Orchard Farms), Meritage Homes (The Preserve, Indigo Trails), and Brookfield Residential (Brighton Crossings).