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School News

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News and Important Upcoming Events!

Main Office Payment Hours
The Brighton High School main office hours for taking payments is from 7:00am to 2:00pm daily.

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Youth Community Council
Merit Cord Applications

Lady Bengals Softball Defeats Hillcrest 16-1 to Capture the "Battle of the Bat"


Lady Bengals Basketball State Champions!

Photo courtesy of The Deseret news

Video Highlights of the State Championship Run

The College of Engineering and the Society of Women Engineers at Utah State University
are proud to announce the date of their annual event Engineering Extravaganza. This event will be held April 10  - 11, 2015 and is open to all female high school students grades 9 - 11. Students are invited to spend the night at University Inn on campus, attend a BBQ at First Dam, explore the university's observatory, create light up bookmarks, work in engineering labs, and so much more. Students will have the opportunity to meet with engineering advisers, current students, professors, and industry professionals in a casual environment. All food will be provided for students and parents attending. All activities are included with a $30.00 registration fee, waivers are available for students with demonstrated financial need.

Parents are highly encouraged to attend this event with their daughters. If parents wish to attend Friday night activities, there are several hotels in Logan. USU has partnered with the University Inn to provide rooms for parents for $54 per night.


Cottonwood Heights Youth City Council

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The city of Cottonwood Heights sponsors a Youth City Council to provide the youth of our
community an opportunity to get involved with the city government and provide opportunities for
service and education. Social events are also held regularly. Regular meetings are held twice a
month, plus service activities associated with City Events (Butlerville Days, Easter Egg Hunt,
Monster Mash, etc.).

All members of the Council must live within the boundaries of Cottonwood
Heights or attend High School in the city and be in grades 9 thru 12 (for the 2015-2016 school year).

All Youth City Council members will be representing our city and would be expected to be willing
to serve, attend meetings, support the goals of the Council, and be individuals of character and

Besides being fun, being a member
looks good on resumes and scholarship applications.
pdfYouth Community Council Application

Advance and Honor Diploma

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Advance and Honor Diploma recipients’ name will be posted on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 on the bulletin board outside the main office in the 200 hall.  Any questions about the requirements can be directed to Mrs. Jan Moncur in the Counseling Center.  Recipients will be honored at the BHS Senior Award Night on May 27, 2015 at Brighton High School. 

pdfAdvance and Honor Diploma Requirements