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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 Center for the Performing Arts
7878 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI 48116

The premier entertainment venue in Livingston County, Brighton Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA) is located onMore the campus of Brighton High School. Its mission is to provide a state-of-the-art facilitities and to promote the arts for the enrichment of the community. The auditorium is perfect for theatrical performances, dance, corporate meetings and community events. Check out the website for information on its annual performance season and children's series. Shows range from stand-up comedy to music concerts. The BCPA is equipped with 899 seats, an hydraulic orchestra pit, rehearsal studio, computerized lighting equipment, state-of-the-art sound system, large dressing rooms, fully lighted make-up rooms, 20'x20' projection screen and LCD video/data projector with visualizer.

 

Hornung Elementary School
4680 Bauer Rd, Brighton, MI 48116
Hornung Elementary "is a responsible community sharing high expectations for academic, cultural, emotional and socialMore growth." It serves students in kindergarten through 4th grade. In addition to academics, students participate in art, music, media and physical education classes. Parents are involved in the education of the children through activities like picnics, open houses, science nights, book fairs, music programs, read-ins, ice-cream socials and annual events like Fall Festival, Fourth Grade Farewell and Field Day.
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