Director of Student Services Mrs. Carolyn Rabidoux and TCMS Principal Mr. Rob Thomas, will be retiring at the conclusion of this school year. A search process to fill both positions will be conducted over the next several months.
The Brighton Believers Awards are presented to people who exemplify the five character traits highlighted in the motto, “Brighton Believes." Recipients will be recognized at a Brighton Central School District Board of Education Meeting on a date to be determined.
Brighton Central School District leaders presented updates to its Blueprint plan at the Oct. 29 Board of Education Meeting. Click the link for a summary of what was presented if you’re curious about what the District is focused on this school year.
BHS was named one of Newsweek’s Top 500 STEM High Schools in its recent nationwide 2020 ranking. Brighton was ranked No. 1 in the Rochester area, No. 10 in New York, and No. 117 in the country for its excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Assemblywoman Jamie Romeo announced that she has secured $1 million in additional capital funding for the Brighton Central School District. The District will receive $1 million in DASNY grant funding to assist with offsetting the local costs associated with the 2017 Brighton Facilities Improvement Project.