• BCHS students reach out to community

    Brighton Collegiate High School students have a long history of serving their community. Whether it is the Interact Club painting houses or picking up trash or the National Honor Society collecting food, students at BCHS feel a real responsibility to give back to their community.

  • Chess heads for National Youth Conference

    HENDERSON – Prairie View ninth-grader Emily Chess was among the students selected for the National Youth Leadership State Conference in Denver.

    Chess is a freshman, a member of the National Junior Honor Society and is carrying a 3.9 grade point average.

    She’s active in the junior-varsity cheerleading squad and is a member of the Chamber Singers at the school. In her spare time, Chess volunteers during the school’s annual turkey drive.

  • Larger school districts less likely to meet AYP

    FORT LUPTON — It’s usually the big school districts that bring home the tallest team trophies. But when it comes to the percentage of students making Adequate Yearly Progress in reading and math, the smallest districts in the state, those with 373 students or less, finished first.

    The students in only 78 districts, less than half of Colorado’s 183 school districts, made AYP this year. Not one of the 50 districts with more than 2,000 students made the cut, but 36 of the smallest 50 districts did.

  • Brighton Heritage News

    • eeBHA’s second quarter parent-teacher conferences will be held Thursday, Nov. 20, from 4 to 7 p.m.

    • BHA’s Pan Dragons will perform their second quarter steel band concert on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the BHA Auditorium.

    • BHA’s December Family Night will be held in the District Training Center Wednesday, Dec. 10, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.. Bring food to share with other families related to the theme of “Soup and Sandwiches.”