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Events for the Week of September 12th -September 16th

September 12th

Girls Soccer @ Highland, 3:30 p.m.

September 13th

Girls Volleyball vs. Olympus, 6:00 p.m.

September 14th

Boys Golf – Olympus Tournament
Cross Country Pre-State
Girls Tennis – Region

September 15th

Girls Tennis Region
Sophomore and JV Football (Skyline), 3:30 p.m.
Volleyball @ Murray, 6:00 p.m.
Girls Soccer vs Skyline,  3:30 p.m.
Volleyball @ Park City, 6:00 p.m.

September 16th

 Football @  Skyline, 7:00 p.m.

Olympus, 7:00 p.m.

Announcements:

  • Brighton Swimming will hold their pre-season parents meeting on Tuesday, September 13 @ 6 p.m. in the cafeteria at Brighton. All interested parents and swimmers should plan on attending.
  • Looking for a great way to provide service to Brighton High and the surrounding community?  Join the National Honor Society!  To apply, all members new AND returning must attend a mandatory informational meeting. Last names A through M attend on September 8th, last names N through Z attend on September 14th, and anyone that couldn’t make those dates attends on September 15th.  All meetings are during ROAR in Mr. Gardner’s room 3216.  See you there!
  • The Girls Flag Football game is scheduled for Wednesday, September 28th. Your daughter may sign up with Ms. Yee in room 3412.
  • Brighton Spiritwear is arriving next week! The final day to place an order to guarantee size and style will be Friday, 9/16. Place your order today at https://brighton.memberhub.com/store. We have crewneck sweatshirts this year! We will also have short sleeve and long sleeve t-shirts. Additional shirts will be sold at upcoming sporting events after all pre-orders have been filled and distributed during flex periods the week of 9/19. Contact Marci Cardon with questions- calebandmarci@gmail.com. Cardon with questions- calebandmarci@gmail.com
  • The Math Department is holding math lab on Tuesdays in Michelle O’Reilly’s room #2414 and on Thursdays in Troy Clarke’s room #2410 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm.
  • Mark your calendars for Parent- Teacher Conferences. They will be held on Thursday, October 6, 2022. We would love for you to come and talk about your student or take the opportunity to set up an online appointment.
  • Seniors are preparing for the 44th year of the American Problems Totalitarian Simulation! Seniors in the American Problems government class are preparing for the Totalitarian Simulation, scheduled for September 12th –23rd.   The simulation is designed to teach students about a form of government that seeks complete control over its citizens, such as the one portrayed in Orwell’s 1984. The simulation will expose students to the totalitarian principle of mass conformity via identification tags, uniform dress, limited speech, and government hierarchy, and is designed to help students understand what it might be like to live in a society that is void of the institutions and individual freedoms the United States enjoys. The simulation is conducted at the beginning of the A section of the American problems government course. For the remainder of the course, the simulation serves as a reference point from which students explore the values and institutions that protect us from totalitarianism and define our republic.If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hadfield or Mr. Pulliam 801-826-5892   aaron.hadfield@canyonsdistrict.org
  • PSAT/NMQST test will be administered at Brighton High School on Wednesday October 12 or Tuesday October 25.   It will begin at 7:30 a.m. in room 3600.  Students must pay a $22 testing fee and fill out a testing form in the Main Office by September 16, 2022.
  • 1st Tri AP students must pay their $100.00 fee in the Main Office of Brighton High School by October 7, 2022.  A Standard fee of $140 for Capstone (Research or Seminar) . Reduced fee $55    Additional late fee of $40 starting October 8, 2022.  1st Tri AP students must also register online at myap.collegeboard.org by October 7, 2022.  Join code is needed. Please speak to your AP or Capstone teacher for additional information, if needed.
  • 2022-2023 Test Dates (National)
    Test Date Regular Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline Late Fee Applies Standby Deadline Photo Upload Deadline
    September 10, 2022 August 5 August 19 September 2
    October 22, 2022 September 16 September 30 October 14
    December 10, 2022 November 4 November 11 December 2
    February 11, 2023 January 6 January 20 February 3
    April 15, 2023 March 10 March 24 April 7
    June 10, 2023 May 5 May 19 June 2
    July 15, 2023*
  • Parking Passes are sold in the Main Office and required to park on campus. They are $10.00. Students may park in any white spot. The lot between the building and the seminary building is Faculty Only.
  • Just a reminder that all financial transactions are handled by the Main Office. 
  • Brighton High School is hiring a 35 hour per week benefitted hall monitor, a 25 hour per week classroom assistant, a 12 hour per week office worker and nutrition services workers. If you are interested, please apply online at Canyons District or call any of the assistant principals.
  •  This year our Homecoming Game will be on September 30. The Homecoming Dance will be held October 1, 2022. More information coming…
    • If your student is struggling with depression, suicide ideation, or other social emotional concerns, our Counseling Center website has resources for you. Follow this link and click on the Social/Emotional tab: https://bhs.canyonsdistrict.org/counseling 
  • Check out Brightonbengals.net to get tickets for our school events such as the girls and boys basketball games and school dances. From the website, you can also watch live feeds of our home games.
  • Sweepers Needed – Monday through Friday for 2 hours after school each day. This is a perfect job for your student. Email sara.cook@canyonsdistrict.org for more information.
  • SCHOLARSHIP INTERVIEWS at Brighton High School    Room 1513   Sign up for an appointment at the following link: Senior Scholarship Information:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0448ACAB22ABF49-scholarship 2023 Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship The Elks National Foundation awards $2.44 million in college scholarships to a total of 500 high school seniors nationwide through its Most Valuable Student contest.  Eligibility is a high school senior and US Citizen.  Applications available online at enf.elks.org/MVS     Due on or before November 14, 2022.  Counselor Report due November 21, 2022. Also, the Park City Elks Lodge along with the Utah Elks Association, is participating in our Student Scholarship Program for 2022-2023.  This program is open to all high school seniors planning on a technical or vocational education or students with special needs.  Scholarship applications are available in room 1513.  Student Scholarship Program applications should be scanned and sent to:  parkcity734@gmail.com    Applications are due by January 31, 2023. OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP – CLASS OF 2023 Students must apply for the Opportunity Scholarship during their senior year of high school. All 2023 high school graduates may qualify for the scholarship by meeting the advanced course requirements. Read this 2023 Application FAQ document for more information. The 2023 high school graduate application will open November 15, 2022.
    • The priority deadline is December 2, 2022.
    • The final deadline is February 1, 2023.
    • All students are encouraged to meet the priority deadline.
    2024 graduates (and beyond) should check this website regularly for updates. Any updates from the legislative session are posted each spring. These requirements were created after examining data from recent Utah high school graduates to identify the top predictors of college success.
    • Earn a 3.3 cumulative high school GPA
    • Complete 3 advanced courses (see next question for more details about eligible courses)
      • Complete 1 Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or Concurrent Enrollment (CE) course in each of the core areas of high school graduation:
        • math,
        • science, and
        • language arts
    • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • Graduate from a Utah high school
    Students earn core credit by completing the following courses in each subject area, based on Utah State Board of Education (USBE) standards. Students will need to work with their high school to find out which courses are available at their school. Eligible courses are any Concurrent Enrollment (CE), Advanced Placement (AP), or International Baccalaureate (IB) course that aligns to a USBE core code starting with “06” (Language Arts), “07” (Mathematics), and “08” Science. We recommend using the Concurrent Enrollment Master List (core code listed) to find acceptable CE courses. Courses that align with other subject areas will not be accepted. Students may earn credit through Early College courses completed in grades 9-12 that are included on the CE Master List as described above. This list is not comprehensive. Please contact our office if you have questions about specific courses. Language Arts
    • AP English Language
    • AP Literature & Composition
    • CE English 1010
    • CE English 2010
    • CE English 2200
    • CE Communication 1010 (Applied Communication)
    • CE Humanities
    • IB English A Literature
    • IB English Language & Literature
    Mathematics
    • AP Calculus AB
    • AP Calculus BC
    • AP Statistics
    • CE Math 1010
      • Math 1010 does not fulfill the General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement. Math 1010 is intended only for students who cannot place directly into Math 1050 College Algebra after completion of Secondary MATH III)
    • CE Math 1030
    • CE Math 1040
    • CE Math 1050
    • CE Math 1060
    • CE Math 1210
    • IB Mathematics
    Science
    • AP Biology
    • AP Chemistry
    • AP Environment Science
    • AP Physics
    • CE Biology 1010/1015*
    • CE Biology 1020/1025*
    • CE Biology 1610/1615*
    • CE Human Biology 1050/1055 or 1090* (when aligned with USBE Science core credit code)
    • Chemistry 1010/1015*
    • CE Chemistry 1110*
    • CE Chemistry 1210/1215*
    The Opportunity Scholarship can be used at Salt Lake Community College, Snow College, Southern Utah University, Utah State University, Utah Tech University (formerly Dixie State University), Utah Valley University, University of Utah, Weber State University and the following private, non-profit institutions in Utah: Brigham Young University (Provo), Ensign College, Westminster College, and Western Governors University. Students may defer use of the scholarship to attend a technical college that is part of the Utah System of Higher Education and then transfer to an eligible institution listed above. Please contact the scholarship office if you have questions about this process. Deferment of the Opportunity Scholarship may also be granted for students who plan to provide a religious, humanitarian, or military service, face medical reasons that inhibit their ability to attend school, or other reasons approved by an eligible institution. Scholarship recipients must coordinate any deferment with individual institutions before departure. You can contact the State Scholarship office for more information: scholarships@ushe.edu (801) 646-4812
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