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Brighton Educational Community Center
125 S Church St, Brighton, MI 48116

The Brighton Education Community Center (BECC) houses the Brighton Area Schools Administrative offices, as well asMore offices for the Southeastern Livingston County Recreation Authority,  Livingston Educational Service Agency, and MI Works.

The BECC also houses The Bridge Alternative High School for Brighton Area Schools, a free full-day high school for students 14-19 who need additional support; and Brighton Adult Education classes that lead to GED. Twice a month, the board of education holds its meetings here.

Brighton High School
7878 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI 48116
Brighton High School, "Home of the Bulldogs," serves students in grades 9-12 from the City of Brighton as well as partsMore of Genoa, Hamburg, Green Oak and Brighton townships. Its mission is "to create a dynamic, challenging learning community where all members think with reflection, act with compassion, and perform with honor." Academics include art, business, English, family and consumer sciences, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies, special education, technology, vocational and industry and world languages. Principals are Gavin Johnson, 12th grade; Kirk Hobson, 11th grade;  Jack Yates, 10th grade; and Henry Vecchioni, 9th grade.
Brighton Area Schools Athletic Department
7878 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI 48116
The Brighton Athletic Department claims a commitment to excellence and after turning out such alumni as Drew Henson, oneMore time quarter back for the Dallas Cowboys, and New York Yankee, Cullen Finnerty, former player for the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos, as well as NFL offensive lineman, Dave Pearson, theres little room to argue. With 67% of students involved in the athletics programs qualifying as scholar athletes, and 38 of the top graduates being student atheletes, its plain to see at Brighton High School, its not just about athletics its about discipline. To come to Brighton for Athletics, is opening a door to a school that not only supports such sports as football, baseball, hockey and soccer, but also golf, lacrosse, rugby, skiing, tennis, wrestling and many more. 
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