BHS News

  • Spirit Week:

    Monday- Camo day

                    (dress in Camo/ hunting gear)

                    -no face paint, faces must not be covered, no fake/ real weapons)

    Tuesday- Gender bender day

                    (dress like the opposite gender)

                    -dress code, appropriate attire

    Wednesday- Super hero day

                    -Faces must be exposed, no face paint

    Thursday- Class colors days

                    -Freshman/ Juniors white

                    -Sophomore/ Seniors red 

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  • Bell Schedule for September 24th:
     
    Click Here to View the Bell schedule for September 24th 2014
     There will be No Block day Wednesday 24th!
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  • Home Coming Class Games:
     
    Click here to View the Bell schedule for September 25th
    -Class games start at 1:20pm at the Football Field
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  • BHS Homecoming Parade

    The annual BHS Homecoming Parade is 1 p.m., Friday, Sept. 26. Please click here for a map of the parade route.

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  • BHS Bell schedule

    We have added the school bell schedule to the website! You can click here or access it on the BHS Quick Link Tabs.

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  • Attention A+ Students:

    Please note that the leading zero now needs to be used for the password as appropriate months (Jan-Sept) Due to System updates.

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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

  • Adult English as a Second Language Classes 

    Adult English as a Second Language Classes for parents or guardians of School District 27J students start at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 30, at Vikan Middle School, 879 Jessup St. Call 303-655-2822 for information.

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  • Information about Enterovirus D-68

    Click here for information about the virus that has spread across Colorado and how you can safeguard your children.

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  • 27J to host COMOM free dental clinic Oct. 3-4

    School District 27J will host the Colorado Mission of Mercy dental clinic Oct. 3-4 at Prairie View High School. The large-scale dental clinic will provide free dental services for individuals who cannot afford dental care. The clinic is expected to serve 800 individuals over two days and Prairie View students will not have school on Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 to accomodate this event. Click here for additional information or visit www.comom.org.

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  • School District 27J to request $148 million for construction of new schools, renovations and expansions 

    The School District 27J Board of Education approved a resolution Aug. 26 with ballot language for a November school construction bond question. Read more ...

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