Brighton Area Schools Reviews
Rating 4.38 out of 5 61 reviews
I am a new student in my school, I just moved here in January, so far the staff has been very kind and the students have helped me adapt. In my old school I did not play football but here the coach reached out to me and said that I should start practicing with the team; this would be a way for me to meet new people in a new environment. So far Brighton schools have been great in my High School Career.
Great community. Great sports teams and family life. The education is great and the teachers love the kids. A great experience overall
It’s pretty cool. It has a whole Lot of different classes to help students get ahead. It’s not the most diverse school though.
I think brighton area schools are great. They have lots of resources for every student and the culture is amazing. Also some of the new facilities are some of the best in the state if not the nation.
Not a terrible experience but not the best unless you come from a household that is decently well off. Money definitely plays a big role in the politics of the school.
I have had a phenomenal experience with Brighton Area Schools. Including Pre-K and kindergarten, I have spent a total of fourteen years attending school in Brighton. I attend school each day knowing that my teachers genuinely care about my education and wellbeing. Administration, especially at the high school, does an excellent job of working alongside the students to improve involvement. I would love to see the schools focus more attention on diversity.
The teachers are nice and helpful but the people can be snotty. I liked Brighton, it's my home town. My siblings and I all went to Brighton schools and we all are glad we did.
I grew up in the Brighton school district. Brighton gave me amazing opportunities and helped shape me into the person that I am today!
Brighton is a great place to live . The schools are excellent and will prepare you or your student for any college or any where you want to go in life
I have been in the school district all my life. I went to Hilton Elementary, Maltby Intermediate, Scranton Middle, and then Brighton High School. Once I got to the High School, I got to know almost every single person in my grade and some in other grades too. Everyone is friendly to everyone, especially the special needs kids. The pep assemblies are always the best and the football games were a true experience. Our athletics program led our team to the state finals this year, and even though we may have lost, I still got to experience that as a senior in high school. Speaking of seniors, we held our own this year; we met for the sunrise a few times and assuming we will get to go back to school, we will host senior survivor where we raise thousands of dollars in charity each year. From being a kid and playing on the playground at Hilton to being a varsity soccer player and everything in between, Brighton has made my experience of school truly amazing.
Brighton Area Schools offers you multiple opportunities to succeed. They put a lot of money into the sports of our school. And our drama department is fantastic, everybody looks forward to the performances. However, I do think money should be put towards the arts and music instead of just sports. There is room for improvement in the music programs.
Many teachers were close-minded and discouraged diversity of thought. Many were also technophobes and would not allow students to carry any kind of device on their person within the classroom setting. The few students that did well tended to be self-taught and found loopholes to get out of doing homework that dragged the rest of the school down.
Brighton High school is an amazing school. The diversity is a Caucasian majority. The teachers can range from poor to great. If something could change about BHS I'd suggest the teachers to become more involved with the students. Only a slim few are personable with the students.
This is a great competitive school with an unbelievably great teaching program and many different activities to get involved!
Good school for academics, sports, extra-curricular activities. Good teachers and administrative staff. Good preparatory for college. Wonderful band program.
It was great. I made lots of friends that will hopefully last a lifetime. The food is pretty good and there are tons of sports and other activities to get involved in. There are all kinds of clubs. It city is really friendly too. Downtown is amazing especially when there are special events going on, which happens all the time.
I loved how safe I felt when at school and how involved the administration was in the lives of their students. I also loved the immense amount of AP classes available to take. However, I would like to see a more diversified culture arise and also a less "petty" culture as not everyone who goes there is as wealthy as others.