Brighton Community Education offers the following classes for high school students throughout the school year. If you have questions, please send an email to ce@bcsd.org or call the office at 585-242-5200, Ext. 5595.  

    SAT and ACT Exam Prep Boot Camp
    If you want to build a powerful foundation for SAT & ACT success in just one day, this SAT/ACT Boot Camp is the class for you! Taught by Chariot Learning--Upstate New York’s most well-known and respected test prep organization--this SAT/ACT Boot Camp thoroughly reviews the essential reading, writing, math, and test-taking skills and strategies for the most current versions of both exams. We’ll also outline the additional content and action steps needed for more significant progress toward the highest test scores. This class meets at Brighton High School multiple times throughout the year. It meets on three weekday afternoons or one or two Saturdays. Upcoming classes start on January 20, February 13, March 2, and March 19. Spring class dates will be available online in February 2024. Complete class information, meeting dates for each session, and registration are available at brightonschools.revtrak.net. You do not have to be a BHS student to register for this class. Questions? Please contact the Community Education office at mona_zamiarski@bcsd.org or 585-244-5200, ext. 5595.


    New York State Driver Education

    Driver & Traffic Safety Education (DTSE) in New York State is a course implemented via a partnership between the New York State Education Department (NYSED) and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The Driver Education course aims to educate current high school students (ages 16 and older) about appropriate driving skills and habits and taking a responsible role in the highway transportation/safety system. Course highlights include 24 hours of classroom instruction and 24 hours of behind-the-wheel training and observation. Students who satisfactorily complete the course can receive the MV-285: Student Certificate of Completion. This course is offered at Brighton High School (BHS) four times a year – fall, winter, spring, and summer. Brighton Central School District partners with a program coordinator and instructors who are Monroe One Educational Services (BOCES) employees. Dates for the next session are posted as soon as they are provided to BHS from BOCES. BHS students are enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis. You do not have to be a BHS student to sign up. If there is room in a car for non-BHS students after all BHS students have been assigned to a car, you will be contacted by Community Education to complete your enrollment. Prepare to register for this course by reading general information about the current session here. After you have read the general information, you can register for the class at brightonschools.revtrak.net. Questions? Please contact the Community Education office at mona_zamiarski@bcsd.org or 585-244-5200, ext. 5595.

    A logo for brighton community educationDescription automatically generatedAny students needing financial assistance should contact Jane Ingle  by email or go to the Counseling Office during the school day.