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  • Brighton High School Families....

    We wish to extend our sincere gratitude to the multitude of staff, students, parents, law enforcement agencies, and community members during the response to a tip we received this afternoon.  The unity we experienced this afternoon speaks volumes of the internal and external Brighton High School community.  While we learned a lot from this incident, we will always respond to student safety as the most important job we have.  Our work is human-centered and we value helping to build a Brighton community of care.  We must continue to lead with empathy and compassion and we can't do without you...all of you. 

    This is a very special weekend for our students and we will continue to honor them and provide the celebration of the Junior/Senior Prom that our students so wonderfully deserve. 

    Additionally, your students may have backpacks and other personal belongings that they need to get to prior to prom and/or next week.  We will open the building tomorrow, Saturday, April 20th from 8am to 12noon for students to pick up their belongings if they so choose.  Any student unable to pick up their belongings tomorrow will be able to do so on Tuesday when school opens.

    Again, with all of hearts, thank you.  We will continue to learn and grow from what took place today in our school and community. 

    Yours in partnership.....


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  • Prom

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  • Spring Parent Survey Now Available

    Parents & Guardians, we need your help.  It is time to  gather some information and feedback from all of you.  It is important for us to understand Brighton High School’s strengths, weaknesses, and what we as a school can do to improve our relationship with you.  The information you provide will help us to establish goals for the year and help us to meet the needs of our parent and student community. Please take a few minutes to complete this important survey.  The survey is open from March 4th through March 22nd.  Click the link Spring Parent Survey or by clicking on the Parent Survey tab to the right.


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  • Guys and Dolls

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  • Academic Planner How To:

    1. Log into the Infinite Campus portal. In the left column you will see the Academic Plan bar; click on it.
    2. Select or verify an Academic Plan from the dropdown list (based upon your graduation year). Choose a Post Grad Location (where you are going to attend college) and your Post Grad Plans. If you do not yet know your plans, leave them blank. Click the NEXT button when finished.
    3. Use the Course Catalog to find courses that would be of interest to you. If you know the name of the course, enter that name in the field, or a partial name. When a course is chosen, a description displays, providing more information about the class. If this is the course you'd like to take, click the Add to Grade This places the course on your plan in the indicated grade level for that credit type.
    • Courses can only be added for grade levels that have related credit requirements.
    • Courses can only be added if you have not previously taken the course.
    • Courses can only be added if not currently on the plan.

    Another way to Add Courses

    1. Click in the box below the number of credits for next year’s grade level (for example, if you are a freshman, click on the English 10 box to select next year’s English class).
    2. Choose the desired course(s). When they are added, they display and the number of credits is updated.
    3. Repeat these steps for each credit type. At the end of the process, you should have a clear idea of what courses you will be taking next year. Make sure you have your core classes!
    4. Click the Save icon when finished – make sure you have selected 14 units (the number at the top).

    Add at least 3 alternate courses! This is done the same way as entering other courses. Alternate courses will be used in the event the planned courses cannot be scheduled.

    To print a copy of your course plan, click the Course Plan Report button. A PDF view of your course plan displays, including Alternate Course selections. Only saved entries on the course plan are printed. If you added a course but did not save, and clicked print, the new course you added is not included in the print.

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  • 2019-2020 Course Registration Infromation 

    Class of 2020

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    Class of 2022

    Class of 2023

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  • SAFETY UPDATE - ACCESS To BHS During School Hours 

    We have recently added a locking feature to the front lobby doors (both sides of the building) that will allow us to restrict access into the building. During school hours (8:30 am - 4:32 pm) all exterior doors will remain locked, and the lobby doors will only be unlocked at certain times of the day. These doors will unlock during passing periods for students to move quickly to and from classes and  will automatically lock at the end of passing periods. The doors will be unlocked during both lunch hours and will once again lock at the end of each lunch period.


    All visitors will be required to press the call button, located outside of the main entryway, to gain access to the building.  Visitors will not be allowed access at any other location. Campus Supervisors will be monitoring the doors and all access points into the building.  


    Additionally, all students MUST carry their student ID at all times while on campus.  Beginning next week, any student arriving after the doors have locked will be required to show their ID when requesting access into the school.  If your student did not get an ID picture taken, or has lost their ID, they will need to report to the main office to obtain an ID. Replacement ID’s are $5.00.


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